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Carry On Again Doctor


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Comedy. Dr Nookey's unethical behaviour gets him posted to a remote South Sea island. There he senses an opportunity to make a fortune but has to contend with the increasingly extreme interventions of the covetous Dr Stoppidge. Review page 56.
Director Gerald Thomas (1969, PG)
Followed by Weathervlew


Director: Gerald Thomas
Frederick Carver: Kenneth Williams
Dr James Nookey: Jim Dale
Gladstone Screwer: Sidney James
Dr Ernest Stoppidge: Charles Hawtrey
Ellen Moore: Joan Sims
Matron: Hattie Jacques
Goldie Locks: Barbara Windsor
Miss Fosdick: Patsy Rowlands
Old lady: Lucy Griffiths
Miss Armitage: Ann Lancaster
Clinic nurse: Valerie Leon
Mrs Beasley: Patricia Hayes
Lord Paragon: William Mervyn
Henry: Peter Gilmore
Scrubba: Shakira Baksh
Patient: Peter Butterworth
Mr Pullen: Wilfrid Brambell

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Carry On Again Doctor

BBC One London, 26 May 2003 23.50

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