Carry On Up The Khyber

Carry On Up The Khyber
Carry On Up The Khyber

Film Details

Year

1968

Duration

85 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Pants - or the lack of them - becomes a crucial issue in the defence of the British Empire in this terrific comedy. It is the late 19th century, and a Scottish regiment is assigned to defend the vital Khyber Pass (which connected British India with Afghanistan). But are the troops breaking with tradition by wearing something under their kilts, and can the scheming local ruler take advantage of this? Probably the best-loved of all the Carry On films, and an effective satire about the more ridiculous aspects of the empire.

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