Futtocks End is a British comedy film released in 1970, directed by Bob Kellett. Entirely without dialogue, the film includes a musical score, sound effects and incoherent mutterings.
A weekend gathering at the decaying country home of the eccentric General Futtock (Ronnie Barker) produces a series of saucy mishaps between staff and guests. This ‘silent’ film uses music, sound effects and incoherent mutterings in the place of dialogue, as the bumbling and lewd General competes with his equally lecherous butler (Michael Hordern) in vain attempts to win the attentions of a beautiful short-skirted young houseguest. Comedic chaos ensues between the assembled group of motley characters.