Best Comedy Movies of 1907
The Fur Hat
A soldier with a fur hat hides in a closet.
The Boy, the Bust and the Bath
A young female boarding house tenant becomes an unwanted object of male attention.
Jack the Kisser
An energetic man steals kisses from passing ladies, until bystanders give chase.
The Village Fire Brigade
A village fire brigade puts out a fire.
The Wooing and Wedding of a Coon
The opening shows a colored nursemaid in the park with baby carriage, and seated on a bench receives the attention of several smart colored men who admire her greatly and endeavor to make her acquaintance. But the dusky belle is coy and declines to make the acquaintance of any of them, until one more fortunate than the rest is invited to a seat on the bench with her, and a most pronounced flirtation takes place between the lady and her beau. (Selig catalog)
The Short-Sighted Cyclist
The cyclist is dispatched upon an important errand, and his humorous and alarming adventures by the way form the subject of this series. Misadventure follows misadventure with great frequency, but the cyclist comes up smiling every time, mounts his machine, and again resumes his journey. Accidents which would maim or kill an ordinary mortal serve only to spur him on to fresh exertions in a mad search for physical inconveniences and dangers, which always present themselves. (Picture World)
Pédalard boit l'obstacle
A biker causes chaos as he rides over every obstacle in his way.
When We Were Boys
Two old men are talking about the pranks of their youth, which are shown in flashbacks.
A man with a bald head visits a specialist and places an order for an especially strong hair tonic. Late in the evening a messenger is dispatched with the tonic to the purchaser, but, through error, delivers to wrong flat. The contents of bottle, however, are drained by the male contingent of the family and water substituted therefore. Later on we see our friend applying the water to his head and giving liberal massage, but the soil remains as unfertile as ever. Our other friend, however, meets with better results, and he is soon covered with a luxuriant growth of hair. He is exhibited as a man monkey and, playing his part well, proves quite a drawing card with the ladies, when his wife, who is acting as his keeper, proves competent and administers to him a flogging, and one of the feminine members of the affair also comes in for an ample share. (Gaumont catalogue)