|Genres||Comedy Romance Short|
|Cast||John E. Brennan Ruth Roland Marshall Neilan|
|Plot||When Stebbins returns home he is infuriated to find his daughter, Jane, in conversation with Burt, her sweetheart, as he has not looked upon the match with favor. He sends Burt on his way and locks Jane in her room. Burt resolves to resort to strategy and his lariat offers a suggestion. Proceeding back to the house he throws pebbles at Jane's window and, attracting her attention, tosses her the lariat. She fastens one end to the door and prepares to slide down to the waiting arms of her sweetheart. Stebbins hears a disturbance and rushes to Jane's room. He cannot open the door because of the rope, but when Jane alights on the ground, father is precipitated down the stairs. Stebbins gathers himself together and follows in pursuit of the couple. Bart and Jane, dashing away on horseback, see Stebbins chasing them and hit upon a scheme to elude him. They encounter a cowboy who steps behind the brush and removes his outer garments, which he tosses over to the girl, who exchanges with him. Father ultimately makes a capture, but of the wrong couple, and is obliged to grant belated congratulations.... search for Cupid's Lariat on IMDb|
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