Carry On Cruising

1962 film by Ralph Thomas, Gerald Thomas

Carry On Cruising is a 1962 film from the Carry On series of films. The situation is that of a cruise ship, with interplay between the crew and passengers.

Wilfred Haines, Ship's CookEdit

  • I've never seen eggs cracked more conscientiously. Or slowly. Speed, man! Speed is the essence. Do it the Haines way. Lift...and drop.

Captain CrowtherEdit

  • Now, then. I am going to be blunt and make some very cutting remarks.
  • They can't do this to me! Changing the barman? It's like ripping out the engine!

First Officer MarjoriebanksEdit

  • We understand each other. With some difficulty, but we do understand each other.


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