J. Stuart Blackton Films Ranked

#17/16 — TEARING DOWN THE SPANISH FLAG/RAISING OLD GLORY OVER MORRO CASTLE (1898/1899)

#15 — LITTLE MISCHIEF (1898)

#14 — THE MYSTERIOUS CAFE, OR MR. AND MRS. SPOOPENDYKE HAVE TROUBLES WITH A WAITER (1901)

#13— ASTOR BATTERY ON PARADE (1899)

#12 — THE BURGLAR ON THE ROOF (1898)

#11 — THE CLOWN AND THE ALCHEMIST (1900)

#10 — THE CONGRESS OF NATIONS (1900)

#9 — THE ENCHANTED DRAWING (1900)

#8 — THE THIEVING HAND (1908)

#7 — LADY GODIVA (1911)

#6 — LIGHTNING SKETCHES (1907)

#5 — THE HAUNTED HOTEL (1907)

#4— HUMOROUS PHASES OF FUNNY FACES (1906)

#3 — PRINCESS NICOTINE; OR, THE SMOKE FAIRY (1909)

#2 — A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (1909)

#1 — LITTLE NEMO (1911)

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