The Boeing 707 is as old as I am, having received it's FAA certification when I was a month old or so. That's a long time ago, and it means that a couple things are important to know.
1. It was designed by slide rules, not computers.
2. There weren't any computers on board, because computers of the day filled a room.
That meant that the bird was flown by the pilot. This is some sort of flying:
That's a roll test for the 707. Yikes. They were Giants, in those days.
Via Theo Spark.