"Why me? You can have Tom, Dick or Harry"
"But I don't want Tom and Harry"
"When it comes to foreign affairs it's.... Carry On Emmannuelle"
Running Time - 88m Colour Certificate - AA Budget - £320,000 UK Release - November 1978 Shot - 9 April 1978 - 15 May 1978
Foreign Titles Spain - Emmannuelle at Play South America - Hot Emmannuelle
The Stars Suzanne Danielle
The Crew Producer
Alan Hume BSc
Emmannuelle Prevert (Suzanne Danielle) has an insatiable appetite for the carnal side of life, but her husband Emile (Kenneth Williams) has a problem. It has left him sadly lacking after a painful experience hand gliding into a church spire. Whenever Emmannuelle goes out, sparks fly but nevertheless she still longs for the love of her husband, so devises a clever way of getting him back into bed.
This is the real death knell of the series. Where classic Carry Ons use innuendo and suggestion, this shows you everything on the screen. The ever-reliable Williams is poor and his remarkable ability for accents is unusually absent from this one. Stalwarts of the films, Sims, Butterworth and Douglas are given very little to do on the screen while Connor plays his part straight in contrast to his other performances. Watch this at your own peril.