Millhouse: A White Comedy is an "exuberantly opinionated" documentary film made in 1971 by producer/director Emile de Antonio on the political career of Richard Milhous Nixon, from his election to Congress in 1946 to his election as president in 1968. (The misspelling of Nixon's middle name in the film's title is intentional.) In 1979, de Antonio—who co-produced and wrote the 1964 documentary Point of Order!—gave Folkways Records the film's soundtrack to be released as a four-record set. Heard are clips and outtakes from newsreels, Nixon's speeches ("Checkers"), and interviews with friends, family, political allies and opponents, and journalists. The liner notes include the text of the soundtrack and facsimiles of newspaper clippings and notes.