|A Man's Man|
|Directed by||Oscar Apfel|
|Story by||Peter B. Kyne|
|Produced by||Paralta Plays|
|Starring|| J. Warren Kerrigan |
|Cinematography||L. Guy Wilky|
|Distributed by||W. W. Hodkinson Corporation|
|Language||Silent (English intertitles)|
A Man's Man is a lost  1918 American silent adventure film directed by Oscar Apfel and produced by Paralta Plays. It starred J. Warren Kerrigan and Lois Wilson, the pair famous for appearing in The Covered Wagon . 
As described in a film magazine,  mining engineer John Stuart Webster (Kerrigan) is headed for Central America. While on his way to Mexico, at a truck stop in Arizona he saves a handsome young girl Dolores (Wilson) from the annoyance of a traveling salesman, and henceforth falls in love with her. Webster is a peace-loving individual, but is all fight when a fight is required. When he arrives in Sobrante, he runs into one of the periodic revolutions. He rescues Dolores from the revolutionaries, with her father being killed and Webster almost killed. She nurses him back to health, and he saves the country, marries the girl, and they set out on a happy life.
Apparently this film was re-released by FBO in 1923 in a 50-minute version. 
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