Sadly Britain's most notable contribution to this genre took place in 1893 - before the age of moving photography. And my hero J.W. "Paddy" Logan, Liberal MP for Harborough 1891-1904 and 1910-16, was at the heart of it.
As I once wrote in a House Points column for Liberal Democrat News:
On the night of 27 July, as he waited for the throng to clear, Logan crossed the chamber and sat down truculently beside Carson on the Conservative front bench. Hayes Fisher, a Tory MP, pushed him away. Logan elbowed back and was grabbed by more Tories, whereupon the Irish Nationalists waded in to support him.
For the next 20 minutes elderly, frock-coated MPs belaboured one another. Hats were flattened, coats torn and faces bruised. Onlookers in the galleries began to hiss and eventually the Serjeant-at-Arms restored order.Thanks to Carl Minns.