Collection of four films from the 'Carry On' stable of British comedies. In 'Carry On Loving' (1970), Sid James and Hattie Jacques run a dubious marriage agency. The film also features Kenneth Williams and Charles Hawtrey. In 'Carry On At Your Convenience' (1971), Williams stars as W.C. Boggs, the owner of a troubled toiletware company. The management is highly incompetent and as a result the unions are not happy, but they are the least of Boggs's troubles. In 'Carry On Matron' (1972), a gang of crooks invade a hospital, intent on stealing a huge supply of birth control pills. Finally, in 'Carry On Abroad' (1972), when a group of British tourists arrive on the island of Elsbels, they discover their hotel bears little resemblance to the one on the brochure.