Best Documentary Movies of 1907
Many demonstrations of the art of Jiu Jitsu are given, and as evidence that this is not a passing fad intended only for the amusement of the public there is illustrated in very thrilling manner how several footpads follow two girls and then in a deserted section of the road make an attack, which is successfully foiled and the perpetrators taken into custody. Splendid action and good photographic quality. (Gaumont catalogue)
Dancing Boxing Match, Montgomery and Stone
Two men box in a comedic manner, with the film opening as one man in a cap punches the other and then ducks behind him.
Scenes of Theodore Roosevelt at the Jamestown Exposition in Norfolk, Virginia, in April and June, 1907, participating in Jamestown's tercentennial celebration on April 26, its opening day, and later on Georgia Day, June 10.
Christy Mathewson and the New York National League Team
Christy Mathewson showing his ball skills.
Ride Through Vancouver, Canada
Long ride on the front of a tram through Vancouver, BC, Canada on May 4-6, 1907
Laplander Feeding His Reindeer
Short documentary released in 1907.
Dancers, including a fellow dressed as a bullfighter, demonstrate some involved dances, including the flamenco, while a guitar player and lutist perform in this silent movie.