Cupid in the Cow Camp (1913)

Bud Reynolds, the king of his class, applies at the Diamond "S" ranch for a job and promptly falls in love with the ranchman's daughter. They all contest at the County Fair, when Bud ... See full summary »

Director:

William Duncan

Writer:

J. Allan Dunn (as J.A. Dunn)
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Cast overview:
Tom Mix ... Bud Reynolds
Myrtle Stedman ... Katie Manners
Lester Cuneo Lester Cuneo ... Arizona Bob
Victor Frith Victor Frith ... Limpy Jim (as Vic Frith)
Sid Jordan Sid Jordan ... Soda Water Sam
Rex De Rosselli ... 'Cupid' Dick Benton
Arthur Cook Arthur Cook ... The 'Widow' (as Art Cook)
Marshall Stedman ... Joe Manners
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Bud Reynolds, the king of his class, applies at the Diamond "S" ranch for a job and promptly falls in love with the ranchman's daughter. They all contest at the County Fair, when Bud captures all the trophies in sight for his prowess, including the hand of the fair Katie. Arizona Rob, Soda Water Sam and Limpy Jim are disconsolate thereat, and take to reading openly and in secret, the small "ads" in the crumpled paper from Omaha. They all strike "a plant" of two confidence men: "A wealthy widow desires to make the acquaintance of a Westerner." Each, unknown to the other, writes, and are requested to send a sum of money as evidence of good faith. After several weeks of waiting for the return sign of the widow, their mutual secret becomes open and they conclude, both as individuals and syndicates, they have been stung. Arizona volunteers to mosey up to Omaha and try to get back the original heart balm investment. He sends the coy widow an important check, and goes on the same train with ... Written by Moving Picture World synopsis

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 November 1913 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Via Mail Order See more »

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Sound Mix:

Silent

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Pleases the spectator
22 January 2018 | by deickemeyerSee all my reviews

A bright little farce and a love story grow side by side in this picture and both show that freshness of mind in both author and producer that makes the offering furnish profitable entertainment. It not only amuses, but pleases the spectator. The author is J.A. Dunn, and it was produced by William Duncan. A desirable release. - The Moving Picture World, December 13, 1913


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