Richard Beckinsale was an English actor best known for starring in two of the most successful British TV shows, ‘Porridge’ (1974-1977) and ‘Rising Damp’ (1974-1978). He played ‘Lennie Godber’ in ‘Porridge’ and ‘Alan Moore’ in ‘Rising Damp.’ Both shows ran during the same period of time on British TV, taking Beckinsale’s popularity to a whole new level. Richard made his TV debut as a ‘police officer’ in the British soap opera ‘Coronation Street’ in 1969. His first starring role came in the TV show ‘The Lovers’ (1970-71). His achieved stardom after starring in TV shows ‘Porridge’ and ‘Rising Damp.’ His other appearances came in TV shows such as ‘Armchair Theatre’ (1971), ‘Play for Today’ (1975), ‘ITV Playhouse’ (1977), ‘Going Straight’ (1978) and ‘Bloomers’ (1979). He also starred in the feature film of ‘Porridge’ in 1979. He also appeared in films such as ‘Rentadick’ (1972) and ‘Three for All’ (1975).
Armitage runs a chemical company that is working on producing a gas that can cause temporary disability down the waist. It is wanted by the military, and it is also sought by a group of Japanese. He hires people from a detective agency to guard his gas, but people who want it, hires people from the same detective agency to steal it.
A marketing executive books a tour for a British music group, for a tour through Spain. However, they are soon told that they will need to adopt a cowboy image for the tour as a gimmick. In addition, their girlfriends will not be allowed to come along, since the group needs to focus on performing. Unwilling to stay away from their boyfriends, their girlfriends decide to book tickets as well, using their own savings.