Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Having just played a fireman in The Smoke-Eaters, Cullen Landis again finds himself surrounded by flames in Then Came the Woman. After an argument with his wealthy father, Landis heads to the tall timbers, hoping to make his fortune as a lumberjack. He makes fast friends with lumber-camp supervisor Frank Mayo, but the two men quickly have a falling out when Landis falls in love with Mayo's sweetheart Mildred Ryan. But when both Landis and Ryan are trapped in a raging forest fire, Mayo not only goes to the rescue but gallantly gives up Ryan to his younger rival. The last-reel conflagration was easily the most entertaining aspect of this hastily assembled programmer.
enemy, fire, friendship, love, love-triangle, lumberjack, rescue, rival, romance