Bob, a cowboy, is noted for proposing to every new girl at the first meeting. When Betty comes to visit at the ranch the boys decide to at least delay the matter in her case, so Bob is ... See full summary »

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Bob Phelps
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Betty Newton
Marian Murray ...
Dora Lawson
Ida Lewis ...
Mrs. Lawson - Dora's Mother
B. Reeves Eason ...
Mr. Lawson - Dora's Father (as Reeves Eason)
George Field ...
Tom Fischer
Charles Cummings ...
Reverend Dallas (as C. Cummings)
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Bob, a cowboy, is noted for proposing to every new girl at the first meeting. When Betty comes to visit at the ranch the boys decide to at least delay the matter in her case, so Bob is locked up in the granary. He escapes, however, and proposes, and Betty accepts in fun. Later, when Bob and Betty fall in love, they decide it is too serious a matter to be treated as a joke and release each other - then both are unhappy. Bob knows he couldn't support a wife even if Betty would have him. When Tom Fischer and Betty's cousin, Dora, learn of the situation, they conspire to force matters with the aid of the other boys. Bob hears he has fallen heir to $50,000 just before the boys appear and compel him, at the point of a revolver, to confess his love for Betty, also to don a dress suit he possesses. Dora gets Betty to profess her feelings for Bob, also. Bob and Betty are confronted by a minister who has been secured. They hurriedly agree to let matters take their course - then Bob tells his ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Comedy | Drama | Western

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13 December 1913 (USA)  »

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