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The Wednesday Film: Carry On up the Khyber

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India 1895. In the North West Frontier province the villainous Khasi of Kalabar plans a rebellion against the Governor, Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond . Only the presence of that dreaded Highland regiment, the Third Foot and Mouth, also known as the Devils in Skirts, can foil the Khasi's dastardly plot.
Screenplay by TALBOT ROTHWELL Produced by PETER ROGERS Directed by GERALD THOMAS Films: page 15

Contributors

Unknown: Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond
Play By: Talbot Rothwell
Produced By: Peter Rogers
Directed By: Gerald Thomas
Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond: Sidney James
The Khasi of Kalabar: Kenneth Williams
Pte James Widdle: Charles Hawtrey
Capt Keene: Roy Castle
Lady Ruff-Diamond: Joan Sims
Bungdit Din: Bernard Bresslaw
Missionary: Peter Butterworth
Sgt-Maj MacNutt: Terry Scott
Princess Jelhi: Angela Douglas
Fakir: Cardew Robinson
Maj Shorthouse: Julian Holloway
Ginger: Peter Gilmore
Stinghi: Leon Thau
Wife no one: Wanda Ventham
Busti: Alexandra Dane
Chindi: Dominique Don

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The Wednesday Film: Carry On up the Khyber

BBC One London, 4 November 1981 18.45






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