Huntress of Men (1916)

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In this drama, Mary Fuller plays a woman who has a bevy of male admirers. One man (Joseph W. Girard), however, refuses to be conquered and attempts to tame her. First he forces her into marriage, then he takes her to live in a mining town. Naturally, she's not happy, since all the men there admire her husband instead of paying attention to her. So she goes back to the city and takes up with her fans once again. But when her husband finds one woman to entertain on his own, she capitulates, dumps all the men around her and becomes a proper wife. In this film, Fuller wore a variety of eccentric outfits, which she seemed to change, according to Wid's, "about every hundred feet of film."