Collection of four films from the 'Carry On' stable of British comedies. In 'Carry On Up the Khyber' (1968), British forces face the hostile Afghan tribesmen of the North-West frontier during the days of the British Raj. In 'Carry On Doctor' (1969), crazy goings-on in a hospital form the basis of the comedy, in which one man thinks he only has a week to live, while the rest of the patients lead a revolution against the staff. In 'Carry On Don't Lose Your Head' (1967), in the grim days of the French revolution, citizens Camembert (Kenneth Williams) and Bidet (Peter Butterworth) are no match for the 'Black Fingernail' (Sid James). Finally, in 'Carry On Follow That Camel' (1967), Jim Dale plays an English gentleman who joins the Foreign Legion after having been accused of fraud, and saves a fort from marauding Arabs.