Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Producer Philip Golstone took a minor western actor named Carl Ullman, changed his name into the more commercially sound William Fairbanks and launched him in a series of very low-budget oaters that was a credit to no one. In Her Man, Fairbanks plays a cowboy rescuing a debutante (Margaret Landis) from a kidnapper. Despite that heroic gesture, the girl's father still does not approve of a cowboy as a potential son-in-law, until, that is, Fairbanks reveals that he is a member of the social register himself. Not even rural moviegoers, Goldstone's primary target, went for this one.
wager, con/scam, cowboy, daughter, kidnapping, love, marriage, millionaire, rescue, romance