Carry on Laughing

Season 1 Episode 5

One In The Eye For Harold

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Aired Unknown Feb 01, 1975 on ITV
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One In The Eye For Harold
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Worthy knight Ethelred accompanies the inventor of a new secret weapon, a monk by the name of Athelstan, to the battlefields at Hastings to deliver the device to King Harold himself.

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    Kenneth Connor

    Kenneth Connor

    Various Characters

    Joan Sims

    Joan Sims

    Various Characters

    Barbara Windsor

    Barbara Windsor

    Various Characters

    Sid James

    Sid James

    Various Characters

    Peter Butterworth

    Peter Butterworth

    Various Characters

    Jack Douglas

    Jack Douglas

    Various Characters

    Billy Cornelius

    Billy Cornelius

    Pikeman

    Guest Star

    Linda Hooks

    Linda Hooks

    Nellie

    Guest Star

    Peter Jesson

    Peter Jesson

    Messenger

    Guest Star

    Norman Chappell

    Norman Chappell

    King Harold

    Recurring Role

    John Carlin

    John Carlin

    Egbert

    Recurring Role

    Brian Osborne

    Brian Osborne

    Herald

    Recurring Role

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      • This episode can be found as an extra feature on the Region 2 Special Edition of Carry On Again Doctor.

      • When these episodes were released on DVD by DeAgostini as part of their Classic Carry On Film Collection, this episode was included on Carry On Laughing 4 along with The Prisoner Of Spenda, The Baron Outlook and The Sobbing Cavalier .

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • The episode title refers to the Battle of Hastings (1066), where the Normans- led by Duke William of Normandy- defeated the Saxons, led by King Harold. History has it that Harold was killed when he was shot in the eye with an arrow.

        It is also a reference to the English colloquialism 'one in the eye' meaning an occurrence that will annoy a person because they did not want it to happen or did not think it could happen.

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