Upside Down; or, the Human Flies (1899)

UK, 1899
75 feet/23 metres
35mm, black and white
silent

A British fantasy film directed by Walter R. Booth.

Plot Summary

A conjurer makes a hat fly up to the ceiling, asks some of his audience to stand and disappears. Then the audience find themselves standing upside down on the ceiling.

Credits

Crew
Director: Walter R. Booth
Paul’s Animatograph Works
Producer: R.W. Paul

Cast
Walter R. Booth (the magician)

Alternative Titles

The Human Flies

References

Books
Reference Guide to Fantastic Films by Walt Lee p.516 – credits