The films are set in front of a blue wall and feature two silent, sentient disembodied hands. The first film in the series, narrated by Skip Hinnant, introduces the left hand. He is unhappy because he cannot make a noise by himself. He is satisfied when he meets the right hand and learns to clap. The subsequent films open and close with flute music and do not feature narration.
|Picture||Summary / EKA||Description|
| There Once Was a Hand (Features)|
|Skip Hinnant narrates the story of an unhappy hand who wishes he could make a noise.|
|The right hand plays with a ping-pong ball and tricks the left hand into thinking an egg is one.|
|The right hand tickles the left hand with a feather.|
- ↑ "Get Cast in Disney Channel's Pilot 'Right Hand Guy'". Claimfame. August 10, 2016.