Best Action Movies of 1904


How a French Nobleman Got a Wife Through the 'New York Herald' Personal Columns

5.2/10 IMDB

A French aristocrat, who has recently arrived in America, has placed a personal advertisement in the newspaper...

Directed by: Edwin S. Porter
Release date: 1904-08-26
Best Action Movies of 1904 : A Race for a Kiss

A Race for a Kiss

5.0/10 IMDB

A woman agrees to kiss the winner of a race between a horse and a motorcar.

Directed by: Lewin Fitzhamon
Release date: 1904-11-28
Best Action Movies of 1904 : A Fire in a Burlesque Theatre

A Fire in a Burlesque Theatre

4.4/10 IMDB

This short, otherwise unremarkable feature is of some interest because of the way that it unabashedly caters to the tastes that it perceived in its audiences. Besides combining the elements of the risqué 'blue' movies of the era with the popularity of movies about fires, it also attempted to use the combination to get extra mileage out of it. The movie's title summarises the setup, and most of the footage shows firefighters using ladders to rescue stage girls, clad in portions of their costumes, from an upper level. Although it all seems pretty tame by today's standards, it no doubt provided its male viewers with some brief moments of excitement as the various women hurried down the ladders with their costumes in disarray. (IMDb)

Release date: 1904-03-01
Best Action Movies of 1904 : Railroad Smashup

Railroad Smashup

5.9/10 IMDB

A staged crash between two outmoded locomotives given to the Edison Co. by the Pennsylvania Railroad for the express purpose of destroying them.

Release date: 1904-11-12

Skirmish between Russian and Japanese advance guards

4.5/10 IMDB

Renactment of a skirmish that was likely to have occurred in the Russo-Japanese War. Opens with an establishing scene entitled "A Japanese outpost on the Yalu River," which shows the Japanese soldiers of the infantry outpost doing rifle drills and raising the flag. Following scenes are entitled "The Attack," "The Capture," and "The Retreat". In them, the Japanese fire their cannon; the Russian infantry demolish the camp, replace the Japanese flag with their own, and then fire their rifles at the enemy; and the Japanese recapture the outpost and once again run up their flag. Photographed from a single camera position.

Directed by: Edwin S. Porter
Release date: 1904-04-20

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