Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein
Completely forgotten today, Romaine Fielding was voted America's favorite male screen actor in 1913, beating out such stiff competition as J. Warren Kerrigan and Broncho Billy Anderson. Interestingly, all three enjoyed the biggest successes in westerns, Fielding for the Lubin Company in Philadelphia. By the time of Woman's Man, a minor oater about a man who almost loses his fortune, not to mention his fiancée, to society scion William H. Tooker, Fielding's popularity had waned.
fortune [wealth], love-triangle, millionaire