This article is from the alt.movies.silent FAQ, by Rick Levinson Rick.Levinson@sympatico.ca and Emily Way email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
Not a silent, but a 1937 Warner Bros. B-picture--running a scant 54
minutes and filmed almost entirely on one set. It's a loose remake of
the comedy-mystery warhorse "The Gorilla," and stars Allan Jenkins and
Hugh Herbert. A particular favorite of Michael Schlesinger (a.k.a.
Precode), who often jokingly cites it as the standard by which all films
must be judged.