Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The title All Man just had to refer to burly leading man Harry T. Morey. It isn't likely that the title alluded to Morey's costar, the lissome Betty Blythe, herein making her film debut. Based on Donn Byrne's short story Fiddler's Green, the plotline has something to do with a major crime. Morey is involved and unrepentant until he meets Blythe. Bob Gaillard, playing a prying police inspector, hangs around the proceedings in hopes that Morey will tip his hand.