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Roping a Bride (1915)

Tom and Dick are good friends, but they are both in love with the same young woman, Vera. Vera herself cannot decide which of the two suitors she prefers. Realizing that Vera cannot make up... See full summary »

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Tom and Dick are good friends, but they are both in love with the same young woman, Vera. Vera herself cannot decide which of the two suitors she prefers. Realizing that Vera cannot make up her mind, the two young men turn to their friend Bill Bush for help. After thinking it over, Bill suggests an unusual contest to see which one gets to ask Vera to marry him. Written by Snow Leopard

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Short | Comedy | Western

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9 February 1915 (USA)  »

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Enlaçando uma Noiva  »

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An Entertaining Variation On a Familiar Setup
7 March 2005 | by See all my reviews

This short Tom Mix feature takes the familiar setup of a romantic triangle, and gives it an entertaining twist, to make for a pleasant, light-hearted movie. Mix also gets to do a couple of rope tricks during the course of the action. There is also some humor from the title cards which, though sometimes corny, are often amusing.

Mix plays one of a pair of cowhands who, though close friends, are in love with the same girl. While the early scenes are little different from those in many other similar stories, soon the movie takes a slightly different direction, resolving the situation in comic western style, with an extra little twist along the way.

While nothing substantial, "Roping a Bride" works well as light entertainment.


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