Carry On Up the Khyber

Date: 1968
Director: Gerald Thomas
Production Company: The Rank Organisation, Peter Rogers Productions

Stars: Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey, Roy Castle, Joan Sims, Angela Douglas, Terry Scott, Bernard Bresslaw, Peter Butterworth
Location(s): Buckinghamshire, Gwynedd (Wales)

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A British outpost near the Khyber pass becomes the scene of an anti-British rebellion.

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Sergeant Major MacNutt (Terry Scott) emerges from his hut overlooking the gate to the Khyber Pass in fictional Khalabar. The lower part of Watkin Path near Llanberis in Gwynedd, Wales.

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54mm lead/alloy model soldiers made in the 1970's by Soldiers'Soldiers of Lambeth, London. Unused box of eight figures, British infantry of the 1890's in foreign service kit. £37.50 plus p and p.

The Sergeant-Major inspects his men of the 3rd Foot and Mouth Regiment. Watkin Path in Snowdonia, Wales.

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Highlanders in best dress, parade order. Canadian Lorne Scottish regiment, made for an Italian count in the 1980's. One of only five boxes ever made, £ 85.00 plus p and p. Many more on the site

After found to be wearing underpants beneath his kilt, Private James Widdle (Charles Hawtrey) is marched to see Captain Keene. Heatherden Hall in Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath. Also seen in other 'Carry On' films and many more.

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When the British still ruled India, Lord Kitchener was in command of all the forces. Lady Kitchener had little to do and began to collect military crests and seals from her husbands correspondence. This is a part sheet that this lady combined and designed. Many others on

Captain Keene (Roy Castle), Sir Sidney Ruff-Diamond (Sid James) and Major Shorthouse (Julian Holloway) watch as the men parade. Heatherden Hall.

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A print from The Armies of India, a classic Victorian publication by Lovatt and MacMunn. Hundreds more military illustrations available on Did you know that you also can advertise your private goods on this site, FREE. Businesses, £1.00 per week, and we have more than 3,000,000 hits a year.

Captain Keane talks with Brother Belcher (Peter Butterworth) in the grounds of the British Residency. Heatherden Hall, Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire.

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Good match from RJ.