Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Her fortune lost, a society woman flees to a settlement in the Adirondacks in this obscure silent melodrama produced and directed by Allan Dwan. When Ann Westley (Evelyn Nesbit takes pity on little Johnny Randolph (Russell Thaw), her unconventionality provokes the local community in general and local reformer Iron MacLoid (Murdock MacQuarrie) in particular. Happily, Ann finds a champion in handsome Bart Andrews (Crauford Kent), who saves her from a fate worse than death at the hands of the brutal Bill Donovan (Albert Hall). After reuniting little Johnny with his parents (Jack Evans and Mary Alden), Bart asks Ann to become his wife. Produced in the late 1910s, The Hidden Woman was the final film of Evelyn Nesbit, the infamous "Girl in the Red Velvet Swing."