To my great delight, I've just discovered that a host of the British comedy 'Carry On' films are available on YouTube. I've been cackling all morning as I renewed my acquaintance with some of them, and I'm looking forward to hours of reliving my youthful enthusiasm for them. They're a bit dated now, and their slapstick and old-fashioned risqué humor hasn't always worn well, but I have a great affection for them nevertheless.
If you've never watched one, and like British comedy, I recommend that you search YouTube for them. Here are a few links to ones I particularly enjoyed in my younger, more innocent days:
Carry On Up The Khyber (set in the British Raj, and probably my favorite of them all)
Carry On - Don't Lose Your Head (French Revolution)
Carry On - Follow That Camel (Foreign Legion)
Carry On Henry (Henry VIII, 'carrying on' properly with multiple wives)
There are many more. Giggle-worthy - particularly 'Khyber', which is the best send-up of British India, the colonial mentality, and misguided missionaries that I've ever watched. It still makes me laugh out loud - as, for example, in the scene where the wife of the British governor offers her all to an Indian rajah. He responds, "Dear lady, I do not make love. I am extremely rich. I have servants to do everything for me!"