The story of Rin-Tin-Tin : the marvelous and amazing dog of the movies (1927)

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In fhe cMovie^o> u Find Your Man" He played an entirely different character in "Find Your Man." The dog's ability to pick out his man among the many and having found him, to hold him, to bring him down is the natural in- stinct of the police dog. Lieutenant Duncan, however, knew how much more highly developed it was in Rin-Tin-Tin. Memories of the war days were still with him. There was a picture in his mind of Rin-Tin-Tin, the Red Cross Dog. The directors of "Find Your Man," played up these abilities, built around them, and so were able to make a remarkable film. Rin-Tin-Tin was in his glory. He acted his part as if it all were actual life's adventures. Movies such as these made the dog famous, but Rin-Tin-Tin's head was never turned. He kept his own modest way, very happy, well content. On the other hand, his lot was indeed for- tunate, and while fame and adulation may have meant less to him than to other stars of Moviedom, yet it must have counted a little bit to this dog with his high mental development.