Carry On Cowboy

Carry On Cowboy

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Carry On Cowboy is the eleventh in the Carry On series of films. It was released in 1965 and was the first film to feature series regulars Peter Butterworth and Bernard Bresslaw. Series regulars Sid James, Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale, Charles Hawtrey and Joan Sims all feature and Angela Douglas makes the first of her four appearances in the series.


A parody of Western, it is set in the fictitious town of Stodge City (alluding to the real-life Dodge City). An outlaw known as The Rumpo Kid (played by Sid James) arrives in town and quickly turns the quiet town into a base for his network of cattle rustlers and thieves, despite the limited protests of the inept Judge Burke (Kenneth Williams).

In Washington DC, Englishman Marshal P. Knutt (Jim Dale), a "sanitation engineer first class", arrives in America in the hope of revolutionising the American sewage system. He accidentally walks into the office of the Commissioner, thinking it to be the Public Works Department, and is mistaken for the new US Peace Marshal for Stodge City.

The Rumpo Kid hears of the new Marshal, and tries all he can to kill the Marshal without being caught, including sending out a pack of Indians, led by their Chief Big Heap (Charles Hawtrey) and hanging the Marshal after framing him for cattle rustling. Knutt is saved only by the prowess of Annie Oakley (Angela Douglas), who has taken a liking to Knutt.

Eventually, Knutt runs the Kid out of town, but once Rumpo discovers that Knutt is only a...
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