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For the Man She Loved (1913)

The ranchman's daughter had two suitors, both her father's employees. One was a clear-cut, intelligent young cowboy, energetic and ambitious; the other, capable in his way, but sullen and ... See full summary »
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The Ranchman's Daughter
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The ranchman's daughter had two suitors, both her father's employees. One was a clear-cut, intelligent young cowboy, energetic and ambitious; the other, capable in his way, but sullen and revengeful. The girl liked the first of the two, and as her father was quite content with her choice, the course of true love seemed to be running smoothly. On one occasion, while the girl and her father, escorted by the two cowboys, were off on a business trip, they camped on the summit of a mountain. The girl was standing at the edge of a cliff. Her bracelet fell off, and as all supposed, rolled thousands of feet into the chasm below. She agreed with her father, however, that search for the jewel would he useless. The favored cowboy planned a surprise, however. Part way down the cliff a ledge of rock jutted out, and he figured that perhaps the bracelet was lodged there. One day when work permitted, he rode away from the ranch and halted at the cliff. He tied a rope to a tree, lowered himself down ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Short | Drama | Romance

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8 July 1913 (USA)  »

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The Man She Loved  »

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It looks impossible
24 September 2017 | by See all my reviews

Quite a pleasing story is this, telling of a girl who dropped her bracelet in a canyon. Her lover gees down with a rope to get it. The rival pulls the rope up, leaving him there to die. But the girl discovers him and goes down, puts the rope about him and pulls him up with the aid of her horse. It looks impossible, and the chances are it never was really done that way, but it makes an interesting picture. - The Moving Picture World, July 19, 1913


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