The Haunted Hotel
Alternate Title: The Haunted Hotel; Or, The Strange Adventures of a TravelerThe Haunted Hotel (The Haunted Hotel; Or, The Strange Adventures of a Traveler , The Strange Adventures of a Traveler) (1907) Theatrical Cartoon
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- Theatrical FilmTheatrical
- Stop-motion Animation
- Vitagraph Company of America
- Cartoon Characters: Big-Nosed Man, Silverware, Troll, Sleepers.
- Voice Actors: Paul Panzer.
- Directed By J. Stuart Blackton.
- Originally Released in Feb, 1907 (Estimate).
- Originally Released Theatrically.
- Black & White
A big-nosed man spends the night in a ghostly inn, where enchanted silverware fixes dinner and a terrible troll swallows unwary sleepers.
Cartoon Production Information:
"The Haunted Hotel; Or, The Strange Adventures of a Traveler" and "The Strange Adventures of a Traveler."
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