Carry on Teacher
Prepare for Six of the Best as the Carry On team cause chaos in the school yard. When a well-loved headmaster decides to retire, his scheming pupils have other ideas. The cunning boys unleash a campaign of practical jokes, armed with gin, itching power and bombs! No one is safe from the classroom havoc in this Carry On starring all the regulars including the immortal Kenneth Williams, Charl
- Stars:Kenneth Connor, Charles Hawtrey, Leslie Phillips, Joan Sims, Kenneth Williams, Hattie Jacques, Rosalind Knight, Cyril Chamberlain, Ted Ray, Richard O'Sullivan, George Howell, Diana Beevers, Jacqueline Lewis, Roy Hines, Carol White,
- Director:Gerald Thomas,
- Writer:Norman Hudis (original screenplay)
Pupils run amok at Maudlin Street School in an attempt to hang on to their headmaster. He has applied for a new job, but the students like him and don't want to lose him. They concoct a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Carry on Teacher torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: I have difficulty in grasping the funny side of the emasculation of the American male. To the contrary, I find it quite tragic. Come on Yanks, grow some?
(gb) wrote: Flanigan + Rawat = yes please
(fr) wrote: I get the feeling that Woody wrote or improvised most of his jokes, and those scenes are the funniest in the film. He should have rewritten the whole damn thing, if you ask me. A very strong cast that's not always utilized as well as they should be. The cinematography sucks.
(ca) wrote: Bruce tiene su estilo y bueno desde ac empezaba a perfilarse
(au) wrote: This movie is the definition of guilty pleasure. It's like a horror-action-comedy but wanna know one of the best parts?? It's soundtrack is composed of nothing but entirely ACDC songs!! People getting killed by giant semi-trucks with ACDC playing in the background is awesome no questions asked. The movie is a lot of fun and highly underrated. It's a good time.
(kr) wrote: a gay flick if i ever saw one..
(es) wrote: This is the prime example of a piece of cinema that would not make sense in any other time period than when it was made -- the concept is pretty questionable of a 30 something rich bachelor falling for a teenager "blossoming into womanhood" (blegh). I mean, the opening song "Thank Heaven For Little Girl" is sang by a smarmy 60 year old man with a twinkle in his eye like Winnie the Pooh staring at a pot of honey for godsakes. And yet, and yet...I cant help loving this charming tale! Is it the romantic parisian setting? The catchy tunes? Gigi (Leslie Caron)'s infectious energy and smile? Bachelor Gaston (Louis Jourdan)'s handsome expressions and french accent? I'm baffled by how much I love this movie and I'll be humming "The Night They Invented Champagne" for far longer than I'd like to admit after watching this film.
(us) wrote: Rex got criticized for doing this role, but I thought it was great.
(ru) wrote: This is about as dramatic as it gets! Rather over the top, but for its time, I suppose it was about right.