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Roped

Roped was a 1919 American Western/ comedy film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost. Roped is one of at least 25 films in which director John Ford and actor Harry Carry collaborated on between the years of 1917 and 1921. Ford saw Carry as a mentor and their worked on the story ideas for several of their films together.

During these collaborations, Carry made more per film then Ford. By 1919, the year Roped came out, Ford was making 300 dollars a week, Carry was making 1,250. This differential in pay led to tension between the two.

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Roped

Rope \Rope\, v. i. [imp. & p. p. Roped; p. pr. & vb. n. Roping.] To be formed into rope; to draw out or extend into a filament or thread, as by means of any glutinous or adhesive quality.

Let us not hang like ropingicicles Upon our houses' thatch.
--Shak.

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roped

vb. (en-past of: rope)

Usage examples of "roped".

Then, as I stood helplessly braceleted, Tup Ladletender roped the cheap beads about my neck.

Iwoso's head, like Bloketu's was then roped back helplessly against the post.

She stood before me, roped to the post, absolutely helpless in her bonds.

He saw the two stakes, some twenty to twenty-five feet above him, and the naked, roped beauties who graced them.

Behind the soldiers who attained the ledge other soldiers, roped together, clambered upward.

Cochise roped Neiss and dragged him up the canyon over the rocks, cactus, and brush, while two other warriors did the same for the others.

They had some mighty fine stock out yonder in the fenced pasture behind the barn, so I saddled up, roped myself a half dozen horses, and brought them up to the corral one at a time.

I also taken my iron out to the meadows, roped and branded a couple of yearlings.

We turned to and roped and branded fourteen head the following morning, cleaned out a waterhole where there'd been a slide, and checked out the grass on the upper meadows.

Once, Evan Hawkes roped a young steer and, with Tom Sharp as well as two other cattlemen beside him, studied the brand.

She was roped hand and foot, at the ankles, at the thighs above the knees, her wrists behind her back, and about her upper arms and body.

I, kneeling, clad in the Ta-Teera, my hands tied behind my back, my neck roped to the piling beneath Thurnus’s hut, regarded them.

Sometimes the boys had caught us, Thurnus’s girls, or those of others, too, and roped us together and raped us in the furrows of the fields, but it had been done in the bullying rowdyism of their youth, having slave girls at their mercy.

I, kneeling, clad in the Ta-Teera, my hands tied behind my back, my neck roped to the piling beneath Thurnus's hut, regarded them.

Sometimes the boys had caught us, Thurnus's girls, or those of others, too, and roped us together and raped us in the furrows of the fields, but it had been done in the bullying rowdyism of their youth, having slave girls at their mercy.