Carry On Spying
Carry On Spying (1964)

Yet another entry in the British "Carry On" comedies, this zany parody takes aim at the popular '60s espionage films--complete with outrageous disguises, double-crosses and other such irreverence. S.T.E.N.C.H. (Society for… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: June 1, 1964
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Variety Staff

Kenneth Williams' brand of camp comedy, while very funny in smallish doses, can pall when he has a lengthy chore as here. But Bernard Cribbins brings some useful virility to his fatuous role.

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TV Guide

One of the bright spots in the Carry On series.

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David Parkinson
Radio Times

Mercilessly ribbing the James Bond movies and Graham Greene's espionage entertainments, the ninth Carry On saw Barbara Windsor make her series debut as the most resourceful of a hamstrung quartet of agents sent to Vienna to recover a secret formula.

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Ian Nathan
Empire Magazine

More sprightly and less encumbered with the need to titillate that would ring-fence the Carry Ons in later life, there is a youthfulness about Spying that still remains fresher than the colour films.

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Sky Movies

The pace is faster than before and Kenneth Williams is a hoot as a hapless spy in Vienna.

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