Bubble, Bubble Toilet Trouble (1920 - silent) - Beloved bottle-spinning vaudevillian Chester Billington makes his screen debut as a plumber who wreaks havoc in the bathroom of a wealthy, volatile executive. [A 21-year-old Alfred Hitchcock was fired as director of the film by studio head Khan Manka (Sr.) for his "complete lack of talent."]
Das Madchen Brust (1921 - silent - German titles) - Sexy German import Gretchen Ziegelhausen shows the Kaiser why she can spy better than a man.
Swells (1922 - silent) - Jolly Chester and a teenage Marie Louise (in her first featured role!) star in this high society comedy.
The Duchess Of Malfi (1923 - silent) - The famous John Webster play of love and betrayal. [Audiences rejected the insanely long title cards that audiences were required to read in order to faithfully adapt the play.]
Go, Carts, Go! (1924 - silent) - World War 1 drama about a little known brigade of patriotic go-cart soldiers who take on the evil Kraut war machine.
Glitter And Gams '24 (1924 - silent) - Starring the beautiful Gam Gals. Broadway comes to YOUR town!
Glitter And Gams '25 (1925 - silent) - Starring the gorgeous Gam Gals. Broadway comes to YOUR town... AGAIN!
Glitter And Gams ' 26 (1926 - silent) - Starring the stunning Gam Gals - but now featuring Margie Louise. The girls sing and dance to save an orphanage!
Out In Left Field (1926 - silent) - Before the Code drama about a homosexual ballplayer who wants to tell the world.
Gam Gals & Sailor Boys '27 (1927 - silent) - Beautiful Gals and heroic Boys dance and fight for freedom.
Gam Gals Melodies (1927 - silent) - The best moments from "Glitter And Gams '24," "Glitter And Gams '25," "Glitter And Gams '26," and "Gam Gals & Sailor Boys '27."
I Want My Quarterback (1927 - silent) - Rubber-faced funnyman Chester Billington reached the pinnacle of his popularity with this farce about a backwoods misfit mistaken for the star college quarterback.
Phil E. Buster-State Senator (1927 - silent) - Early Frank Capra film (though he didn't take a name credit) that inspired "Mr. Smith Goes To Washington."
Moby Dick (1928 - silent but with actual whale sounds!) - Jolly Chester starred as Ismail in this failed attempt at high drama.
Clara Bow Fuck Fest (1928 - moments of sound) - Home movies of Clara Bow and several masked men having a "cocktail party." Featuring a cameo by Margie Louise! [Produced before the Code and distributed without the approval of Ms. Bow.]
Mister Fixer-upper (1928 - sound) - Manka Bros. first talkie! Chester Billington's madcap carpenter send-up. Film includes his well-publicized "comic" attempt to shove a pool cue up a horse's anus.
Tears Of A Crown (1928 - sound) - Legendary screen beauty Anna Kullienscropa's first talky! A historical epic about a Swedish queen mourning the death of her beloved muskrat as war rages in her kingdom.
Bulgaroktonus (Bulgar Slayer) (1929) - Infamous moment in Bulgarian history. After luckily winning an epic battle against the Bulgarians, Basil II of Byzantine order 14,000 Bulgars blinded. Bulgarians will never forget or forgive Bulgaroktonus!