|Directed by||Alexander Butler|
|Written by||Eugène Brieux (play)|
|Produced by||G.B. Samuelson|
|Starring|| Campbell Gullan |
J. Fisher White
|Distributed by||Woolf & Freedman Film Service|
Damaged Goods is a 1919 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Campbell Gullan, Marjorie Day and J. Fisher White. It was based on the 1901 play Les Avariés by Eugène Brieux. Because of the play's controversial tackling of the subject of venereal disease, the film had issues with censor boards and attracted a degree of notoriety.  The film was described by one reviewer as a "masterpiece". 
Damaged Goods (1914) is an American silent film directed by Tom Ricketts, starring Richard Bennett. It is based on Eugène Brieux's play Les Avariés (1901) about a young couple who contract syphilis. No print of the film is known to exist, making it a lost film. It is believed to have begun the sex hygiene/venereal disease film craze of the 1910s.
Inquest is a 1931 British crime film directed by G.B. Samuelson and starring Campbell Gullan, Mary Glynne, Haddon Mason and Sidney Morgan. It was based on the play by Michael Barringer, which was adapted for film again in 1939.
The Last Curtain is a 1937 British crime film directed by David MacDonald and starring Campbell Gullan, Kenne Duncan and Greta Gynt. The film blends drama and comedy and its plot follows an insurance investigator who examines a series of robberies that have taken place. Much of the action takes place backstage at the fictitious Trafalgar Theatre.
The Price of a Song is a 1935 British crime film, directed by Michael Powell. It is one of 23 quota quickies Powell directed between 1931 and 1936. It features a largely forgotten cast – only Felix Aylmer, here in a minor role, would go on to a significant film career.
Campbell Gullan was a Scottish actor.
Doorsteps is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Henry Edwards and starring Edwards, Florence Turner and Campbell Gullan.
The Right to Strike is a 1923 British silent drama film directed by Fred Paul and starring Lillian Hall-Davis, Fred Paul and Campbell Gullan. It was based on a play by Ernest Hutchinson.
If Four Walls Told is a 1923 British silent drama film directed by Fred Paul and starring Lillian Hall-Davis, Fred Paul and Campbell Gullan. It was based on a play by Edward Percy.
Joseph John Fisher White was a British stage and film actor. The eldest of four sons of Rev. John White, of Ampfield, of that family formerly of Hursley, by his wife Martha, daughter of Rev. John Fisher, he took a B.A. from the University of Oxford.
Love in the Wilderness is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Madge Titheradge, C. M. Hallard and Campbell Gullan. It was adapted from Gertrude Page's 1907 novel Love in the Wilderness. The film is a romantic melodrama, set partly on a farm in Southern Rhodesia. The film was shot in California.
Mr. Pim Passes By is a 1921 British silent comedy film directed by Albert Ward and starring Peggy Hyland, Campbell Gullan and Maudie Dunham. It was based on the 1919 play Mr. Pim Passes By by A.A. Milne.
Her Story is a 1920 British silent drama film directed by Alexander Butler and starring Madge Titheradge, Campbell Gullan, and C. M. Hallard. A happily married woman's life is thrown into turmoil when a Russian criminal from her past escapes from jail and comes to visit her. It was one of several films made by the British producer G. B. Samuelson at Universal City in California.
Hearts of Humanity is a 1936 British drama film directed by John Baxter and starring Bransby Williams, Wilfred Walter and Cathleen Nesbitt. The film was made at Shepperton Studios. The film's art direction was by John Bryan. Like many of Baxter's films of the era, it is set amongst the underprivileged.
The Honeypot is a 1920 British silent romance film directed by Fred LeRoy Granville and starring Peggy Hyland, Campbell Gullan and James Lindsay. It was made at Isleworth Studios. A sequel Love Maggy was released the following year.
The Game of Life is a 1922 British silent historical film directed by G. B. Samuelson and starring Isobel Elsom, Lillian Hall-Davis and Dorothy Minto. It was made at Isleworth Studios.
Caste is a 1930 British drama film directed by Campbell Gullan and starring Hermione Baddeley, Nora Swinburne and Alan Napier. It was made at Walton Studios. Michael Powell worked on the screenplay and (uncredited) was involved with the technical side of direction.
Wedding Group is a 1936 British drama film directed by Alex Bryce and Campbell Gullan and starring Fay Compton, Patric Knowles and Barbara Greene. It was made at Wembley Studios as a quota quickie. The film was released in the US under the title Wrath of Jealousy.
A Place in the Sun is a 1916 British silent drama film directed by Laurence Trimble and starring Reginald Owen, Marguerite Blanche and Malcolm Cherry. In 1919 it was released in the United States by the Triangle Film Corporation.
Damaged Goods is a 1937 American drama film directed by Phil Goldstone and starring Pedro de Cordoba, Phyllis Barry and Douglas Walton. It is based on the play Les Avariés by Eugène Brieux and the subsequent adapted novel Damaged Goods by Upton Sinclair. A silent film adaptation Damaged Goods had been made in 1914.
Les Avariés is a 1901 play written by French playwright Eugène Brieux. Controversially, the play centred on the effect of syphilis on a marriage, at a time when sexually transmitted diseases were a taboo topic rarely openly discussed. An English translation by John Pollock under the title Damaged Goods was published in 1911 and staged in the United States and Britain, including a run on Broadway in 1913. It was later the subject of several film adaptations. Brieux dedicated the play to Jean Alfred Fournier, Europe's leading syphilologist.