The ? Motorist (1906)
The first part of this film, at the villa's gateway, is missing. The next two shots are not identified, but the fencing, road surface, kerbs, drainage and passersby suggest that they show not country lanes but newly laid out suburban roads, awaiting further development.
The motor car drives up to the Orange Tree pub, which is on Friern Barnet Road. Those are actors in the foreground, but in the doorway to the right is a man wiping glasses and watching, perhaps the landlord (Thomas Waller). Below this image from the film is a contemporary photograph, with the staff of the pub out front.
Above, the Orange Tree before it was rebuilt in 1910. Below, as it was in 2007. (It has now become a branch of Tesco's.)
After the motor car drives up the front of the public house and into the sky, it is shown passing over a studio-painted cityscape, a large part of which is an modified representation of the local insane asylum at Colney Hatch (from which, we might conclude, the '? Motorist' has escaped):
On returning to earth, the motor car arrives in front of a house on Sydney Road, before driving off down Newton Avenue.