What the butler saw


What the butler saw

What the Butler Saw may refer to:

* "What the Butler Saw" (play), a play by Joe Orton
* "What the Butler Saw" (motion picture), an early popular motion picture, viewed on a Mutoscope
* "What the Butler Saw" (film), a 1950 English comedy featuring Peter Burton
* "What the Butler Saw", an episode of the British television series "The Avengers"
* "What the Butler Saw: 250 Years of the Servant Problem", a book by Ernest Sackville Turner


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