Best Movies of 1907
The Haunted Hotel
A traveler stays the night at a rural inn, but gets no rest as he is tormented by various spectres and mysterious happenings.
The Fur Hat
A soldier with a fur hat hides in a closet.
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.
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)
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 Bandit King
The Robber's Sweetheart
A love triangle develops between Tom, the head of a band of robbers, Jim, one of the robbers, and Clara, Tom's girlfriend, all while the police draw closer.
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)