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Carry On Screaming (1966)



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Carry On Screaming (1966)

Lobby card for the UK release of Carry On Screaming in 1966

STUDIOCANAL Film and Theatre Film Posters and Stills

Media ID 12108229

© Studiocanal Films Ltd

Colour Comedy Lobby Card Publicity


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Refresh your home decor with a beautiful full photo 16"x16" (40x40cm) cushion, complete with cushion pad insert. Printed on both sides and made from 100% polyester with a zipper on the bottom back edge of the cushion cover. Care Instructions: Warm machine wash, do not bleach, do not tumble dry. Warm iron inside out. Do not dry clean.

Accessorise your space with decorative, soft cushions

Estimated Product Size is 40cm x 40cm (15.7" x 15.7")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This vibrant lobby card captures the essence of "Carry On Screaming" a beloved British comedy released in 1966. The film, produced by STUDIOCANAL, is a riotous blend of humor and horror that has stood the test of time. In this eye-catching print, we see the iconic characters brought to life in vivid color. The cast includes some of Britain's finest comedic talents, such as Kenneth Williams and Jim Dale, who are known for their impeccable timing and hilarious performances. The image exudes an atmosphere of playful chaos with its lively composition. Amidst a backdrop reminiscent of a haunted mansion, our protagonists find themselves entangled in absurd situations that elicit laughter at every turn. From bumbling detectives to seductive vampires and clumsy monsters, "Carry On Screaming" offers an uproarious parody of classic horror films. This lobby card serves as both publicity material and a nostalgic piece for fans of the Carry On franchise. It encapsulates the unique brand of British humor that made these films so popular during their heyday. Whether you're discovering this gem for the first time or reliving cherished memories from decades past, this print transports you back to an era when laughter reigned supreme on cinema screens across the UK.

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