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At the Lariat's End (1913)

Jet receives a note from her chum, Bessie, delivered by Fred Church, stating that the bearer is going to marry her real soon, and to come over and see her. Jet's fiancée, Jack Ryan, is told... See full summary »

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Bessie (as Bessie Sankey)
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Jet
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Jet receives a note from her chum, Bessie, delivered by Fred Church, stating that the bearer is going to marry her real soon, and to come over and see her. Jet's fiancée, Jack Ryan, is told about Church being in the company of the girl he loves. Jealousy almost causes the life of Church. An imbecile gets in the way of Ryan and is knocked down for his trouble. The imbecile shoots him. Fred is accused. The sheriff straightens out the trouble. Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Western

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5 July 1913 (USA)  »

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A Victim of Gossip  »

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1.33 : 1
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The faces of the actors can hardly be distinguished
24 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

A Western, four-cornered love story in which the village idiot and the village tell-tale (Alkali Ike) help each other make trouble. It didn't seem to move the audience greatly, perhaps because the photography is so poor in places that the faces of the actors can hardly be distinguished and this makes the story temporarily obscure. Its best scenes show an innocent fugitive chased by cowboys who want to hang him. These are followed by the sheriff, who has been told how the shooting came about, and he saves the man "at the end of the lariat" as be was about to swing. - The Moving Picture World, July 19, 1913


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