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Ju-Jitsu

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)

Release On: 31st - August - 1907

Vote Count: 2
Vote Average: 4.5/10


C'est Papa qui a pris la purge

A man has diarrhea.... a French comedy.

Release On: 17th - January - 1907

Vote Count: 2
Vote Average: 4.5/10


Le Cochon Danseur

A pig dressed in fancy clothes flirts with a pretty girl, but she humiliates him and tears off his suit; she then makes him dance for her affections.

Release On: 10th - August - 1907

Vote Count: 48
Vote Average: 5.9/10


L'éclipse du soleil en pleine lune

In this film, Méliès concocts a combination fairy- and morality tale about the foolishness of trying to look too deeply into the workings of an unstable and inscrutable universe. At a medieval school, an old astronomer begins to teach a class of young men, all armed with telescopes, about the art of scrutinising an imminent eclipse. When a mechanical clock strikes twelve, all the young men rush to the windows and fix their telescopes on the heavens.

Release On: 1st - January - 1907

Vote Count: 35
Vote Average: 6/10


La maison ensorcelée

A group of travellers go into a house for protection. Little do they know, it is filled with ghosts who make unusual things happen to them.

Release On: 21st - December - 1907

Vote Count: 43
Vote Average: 6.3/10


Le sculpteur express

A sculptor creates several faces in a span of four minutes.

Release On: 23rd - May - 1907

Vote Count: 5
Vote Average: 5.2/10


Ben Hur

The first adaptation of Lew Wallace's novel, Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.

Release On: 7th - December - 1907

Vote Count: 16
Vote Average: 4.7/10


Le scarabée d'or

A magician is surprised when he attempts to transform a beetle.

Release On: 1st - January - 1907

Vote Count: 22
Vote Average: 5.9/10


The 'Teddy' Bears

A combination of the story of Goldlocks and the Three Bears with the true story of how Teddy Roosevelt spared a bear cub after killing its mother while hunting, an event which led to the popularization of the teddy bear. Goldilocks goes to sleep in the bears' home after watching six teddy bears dance and do acrobatics, viewing them through a knothole in the wall. When she is awoken by the returning bear family, they give chase through the woods, but she runs to the aid of the Old Rough Rider, who saves her.

Release On: 2nd - March - 1907

Vote Count: 22
Vote Average: 5.3/10


Le frotteur

An extremely clumsy man tries to clean a woman's house with disastrous results.

Release On: 1st - January - 1907

Vote Count: 11
Vote Average: 5.1/10


Une héroïne de quatre ans

A four-year-old saves the day.

Release On: 1st - October - 1907

Vote Count: 12
Vote Average: 5.8/10


Les Kiriki, acrobates japonais

A family troupe of acrobats, made up to appear Japanese, perform various unbelievable stunts in front of the camera, achieved through a trick of the camera.

Release On: 27th - December - 1907

Vote Count: 25
Vote Average: 7/10


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.

Release On: 23rd - February - 1907

Vote Count: 23
Vote Average: 5.7/10


Le spectre rouge

A demonic magician attempts to perform his act in a strange grotto, but is confronted by a Good Spirit who opposes him.

Release On: 1st - January - 1907

Vote Count: 31
Vote Average: 6.4/10


That Fatal Sneeze

As an older man and a youth are eating at the table, the older man decides to amuse himself by using pepper to make the boy sneeze. Later, the boy retaliates by sneaking into the older man's room and putting pepper in his handkerchief, hairbrush, and clothing. But things quickly get out of hand when the sneezing that results begins to disrupt the whole town.

Release On: 1st - June - 1907

Vote Count: 25
Vote Average: 5.7/10


La course aux potirons

Early slapstick short from Louis Feuillade involving runaways, except that, instead of it being a runaway horse (see Griffith's THE CURTAIN POLE for an example), it is a cartful of what appear to be hundred-pound pumpkins that get away, rushing hither and yon, down sewers, up chimneys, pursued by the drayer, a couple of other people and a very unwilling donkey.

Release On: 23rd - May - 1907

Vote Count: 10
Vote Average: 5.5/10


Le ballon dirigeable 'Le patrie'

A short film about a dirigible.

Release On: 10th - December - 1907

Vote Count: 8
Vote Average: 5.1/10


Tunnel sous la manche ou Le cauchemar franco-anglais

The plot follows King Edward VII and President Armand Fallières dreaming of building a tunnel under the English Channel.

Release On: 30th - June - 1907

Vote Count: 23
Vote Average: 6.3/10


20000 lieues sous les mers

The film, a parody of the novel Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne, follows a fisherman, Yves, who dreams of traveling by submarine to the bottom of the ocean, where he encounters both realistic and fanciful sea creatures, including a chorus of naiads played by dancers from the Théâtre du Châtelet. Méliès's design for the film includes cut-out sea animals patterned after Alphonse de Neuville's illustrations for Verne's novel.

Release On: 1st - January - 1907

Vote Count: 19
Vote Average: 5.2/10


Ali Barbouyou et Ali Bouf à l'huile

This film from 1907 is sadly incomplete as it's only available in a two-minute fragment. The opening title card explains that a painter has just finished his work when his assistant comes in and accidentally drinks varnish. The film then picks up as the painter goes haywire and sends the assistant into the painting.

Release On: 23rd - May - 1907

Vote Count: 18
Vote Average: 5.3/10