The British aristocracy gets ribbed unmercifully in "Carry On Henry VIII" (1971), in which the much-married monarch learns that the queen is having an affair right under his nose. Then, you'll be left flushed with laughter by "Carry On at Your Convenience" (1971), which finds the zanies operating a toilet factory. Crooks plan to rob the local maternity hospital of its supply of birth control pills to sell on the black market, in "Carry On Matron" (1972). In "Carry On Abroad" (1972), the gang takes a package holiday to a Spanish island where they discover their hotel is still under construction. There's lots of bawdy fun when some folks attempt to persuade their town council to hold a beauty contest, in "Carry On Girls" (1973). King George takes on a notorious highwayman in 1750 England, in "Carry On Dick" (1974). Archeologists dig up plenty of trouble during an excavation of a Roman town that is also the site of a holiday caravan, in "Carry On Behind" (1975). Finally, "Carry On England" (1976) chronicles the racy hijinks that occur on a co-ed military base during World War II. Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Joan Sims star. 12 hrs. total on four discs. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English; Subtitles: English.