John Hayes (as Howard Perkins), Baby Rosemary (1976)

Frankly, no queer theory text has ever exposed the complete and utter failure of heterosexuality as effectively as some of these late-70s bummer-porn films. Plus, show us a Jack Halberstam text in which you get to watch a guy in skeleton makeup get his bone on. 

Oh, Duke University Press published just that? Well, whatever, the larger point stands. 

Review of Paul Terry’s Scrambled Eggs (1926) from Film Daily (August 22, 1926), p. 11.
(N.B. The plot of this [most likely lost] animated cartoon bears a, ahem, striking resemblance to Walt Disney’s infamous Alice’s Egg Plant of the previous year. Minus, of course, the strike.) (See also: Frank Tashlin’s Swooner Crooner [1944].)

Review of Paul Terry’s Scrambled Eggs (1926) from Film Daily (August 22, 1926), p. 11.

(N.B. The plot of this [most likely lost] animated cartoon bears a, ahem, striking resemblance to Walt Disney’s infamous Alice’s Egg Plant of the previous year. Minus, of course, the strike.) (See also: Frank Tashlin’s Swooner Crooner [1944].)