There It Is (film)
|There It Is|
|Directed by||Harold L. Muller|
|Starring||Charles R. Bowers
There It Is is a 1928 silent black-and-white comedy short directed by Harold L. Muller and starring Charles R. Bowers. The plot centres on Charley MacNeesha, a Scotland Yard detective who carries a stop motion-animated cockroach assistant called MacGregor in a matchbox. The pair travel to New York City to investigate the "Fuzz-Faced Phantom", who causes full-grown chickens to hatch from eggs, pots to float across rooms, and pants to dance of their own volition.
- "Librarian of Congress Adds 25 Films to National Film Registry". National Film Registry. December 28, 2004.
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