|Cast||Eddie Lyons Lee Moran|
|Plot||Eddie and Lee leave the ranch house to visit their cousins in the city. The girls have never been west and after supper persuade the boys to recount some of their adventures. The boys exchange a meaning wink and Eddie, the more fertile liar of the two, tells how he and Lee rescued a settler and his family from the Indians while they were penned up in their cabin. The girls shiver as Eddie tells the tale of their terrific deeds of daring and of how the two of them exterminated a whole tribe of Indians. Eddie gets through and the girls' eyes glow with pride at possessing two such brave cousins. Lee tells the tale of the girl abducted by a fierce and bloodthirsty band of bandits, who took her to their rocky cave in the wilds of the forest and tied her to a stake while they heartlessly played "seven up" on the top of a barrel. Eddie and Lee smiled at the offer of assistance and sallied forth, shot the leader and captured the rest of the bandits and returned the girl to the bosom of her sorrowing family The cousins, whose breath has been coming in gasps, give a deep, united sigh and fall in love with the heroic defenders of the helpless and the innocent. The boys return home, and in due course the two girl cousins are invited to the ranch. Soon after they arrive the news comes that Peevish Pete, the notorious desperado, is at large. The sheriff, cowboys and the boys' father start in pursuit, but Eddie and Lee politely but firmly refuse to go. The cousins are astonished and twit the boys with want of bravery. They say they will go to show the girls, and getting to a safe distance they sit down and smoke, but take to a tree when they hear a roar. It is only a burro! The girls see them and ell the boys' sisters and they determine to punish the boys for their cowardice. They dress up as bandits and with guns and masks, steal upon the boys and take them off trembling, begging for mercy. They tie them to a tree and shoot at their feet and, slipping a note in Eddie's pocket, they release them and tell them to go. The boys flee, panic-stricken, as the bullets fly around them. The boys read the note, which is from the girls, which says. "You are some brave heroes-NOT." They meet the sheriff and posse returning with the bandit and tell of their humiliation and the sheriff laughingly agrees to help them. The party hides in the bushes, and, emptying the bandit's gun, tell him to accost the girls. He does this as the party cover him from the bushes, and reduces the girls to abject terror. Eddie and Lee fly to the rescue and retake the lame bandit, and are reinstated as heroes, for the girls take off their masks and capitulate.... search for A Mix-Up in Bandits on IMDb|
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