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Lee Duncan rescued the puppy who would become Rin Tin Tin from the ruins of a German encampment in World War I.

Rin Tin Tin — By Susan Orlean — Book Review

Lee Duncan rescued the puppy who would become Rin Tin Tin from the ruins of a German encampment in World War I.

Rin Tin Tin was a former police dog discovered by an American solder on a battlefield in France in 1918. After the war he was brought to the U.S. where he went on to star in 122 films, a TV series, and produce 48 pups or mini Rin Tin Tins.

Rin Tin Tin was a former police dog discovered by an American solder on a battlefield in France in 1918. After the war he was brought to the U.S. where he went on to star in 122 films, a TV series, and produce 48 pups or mini Rin Tin Tins.

The original Rin Tin Tin was born in 1918 and died in 1932.

Rin Tin Tin: From Battlefield To Hollywood, A Story Of Friendship

Born Sep., 1918 & died Aug. 10, 1932  Famous dog actor in several films in the 1920s and 30s, including "Shadows of the North" (1923), "A Dog of the Regiment" (1927), "Tiger Rose" (1929), and "The Lightning Warrior" (1931). He had his own radio show "The Wonder Dog" in 1930. On the day he died in 1932, when he was no longer strong enough to go to his master's side, actress Jean Harlow, who lived across the street, came over and cradled his head in her lap as he passed away.

Born Sep., 1918 & died Aug. 10, 1932 Famous dog actor in several films in the 1920s and 30s, including "Shadows of the North" (1923), "A Dog of the Regiment" (1927), "Tiger Rose" (1929), and "The Lightning Warrior" (1931). He had his own radio show "The Wonder Dog" in 1930. On the day he died in 1932, when he was no longer strong enough to go to his master's side, actress Jean Harlow, who lived across the street, came over and cradled his head in her lap as he passed away.

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