Best Drama Movies of 1907
Polichinelle the servant (called Harlequin in the English language version) rescues his girlfriend from a gang of decadent aristocrats, who have transformed her into a mechanical doll.
The first adaptation of Lew Wallace's novel, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.
The Unwritten Law: A Thrilling Drama Based on the Thaw-White Tragedy
Dramatization of the real-life shooting of Stanford White by Harry K. Thaw.
Une lettre pressée
An artist is seen in his studio, apparently waiting his periodical remittance, which is long past due. After some thought, he decides to sell one of his pictures. He first goes to an art dealer's, only to find that his painting is not wanted, the man directing him instead to a junk dealer. He goes to this merchant, who tells him he may find a demand for his picture in a liquor saloon nearby. Meanwhile a letter-carrier with a special letter which must have the signature of the artist, has called at his quarters and has been directed by the Janitor to the art dealer's store. Panting and out of breath, he reaches the store, but here is sent on to the junk dealer's. Dashing in just as the artist has left, the junk man directs him to the saloon, but the same circumstances attend him there, and he follows the artist to the home of a lady where the artist had gone to dispose of his picture, but finds that he is too late and starts back to the home of the artist once more.
The Hypnotist's Revenge
The producer of "brainstorms-while-you-wait" is entertaining his audience with the antics of those under his soporific influence, when the fellow with the not-if-I-know-it expression appears and challenges the professor. What follows is most cogent and convincing, but he takes his conviction with such an ugly grace that the hypnotist becomes his avowed nemesis, and so follows him for some time.