RIN TIN TIN COLLECTION, THE
RIN TIN TIN COLLECTION
Loveable German Shepherd Rin Tin Tin was arguably Hollywood’s first true canine superstar. Rescued from the terrors of a WWI battlefield by an American soldier Rin Tin Tin became a legend of the big screen with a series of exciting and highly perilous adventures to his name.
Caryl of the Mountains (1936)
When Enos Colvin (Robert Walker) swindles his investors, his secretary Caryl (Lois Wilde) steps in and seizes the bonds herself, posting them to her Uncle Jean in Canada. As an enraged Enos travels to Canada to track down his loot from Uncle Jean, loyal German Shepherd Rinty must defend his owner and help bring the evil Enos to justice.
Death Goes North (1939)
Timber thieves steal lumber from Elsie Barlow (Sheila Bromley), who patiently awaits the arrival of her Uncle Herbert. But when a man is found murdered at a local hotel, Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sergeant Ken Strange (Edgar Edwards) begins an inquest, while the dead man's German shepherd King (Rin Tin Tin, Jr.) is not far from the action.
The Night Cry (1926)
A thrilling silent drama in which the loveable German Shepherd is suspected of sheep hunting and summarily hunted down by the locals. But Rin Tin Tin’s true colours are shown when he risks all to rescue a little girl from a giant condor.
The Lighthouse by the Sea (1924)
Courageous Rin-Tin-Tin and his owner are rescued from the sea by the daughter of a blind lighthouse keeper. Danger is not far away with a gang of liquor-smugglers attempting to destroy the lighthouse so they can land their illegal cargo on shore.
Where the North Begins (1923)
Young Rin-Tin-Tin is lost while being transported across Alaska and is adopted by a wolf pack. He rescues someone left for dead who has been waylaid while carrying furs across Canada.
Vengeance of Rannah (1936)
When insurance agent Ted Sanders (Bob Custer) is duped by a gang of thieves and set up as the crook, Rannah (Rin Tin Tin Jr.) gets involved before things get out of hand.
Skull and Crown (1935)
Bob Franklin (Regis Toomey) and Ed (Jack Mulhall) patrol the Mexican border with help from trusty dog, Rinty. Criminal El Zorro is heading in their direction and the patrolmen will need all the help they can get.
Danny Boy (1945)
Decorated German shepherd Danny Boy (Ace The Wonder Dog) returns home from World War II. Suddenly kidnapped he becomes traumatised by the experience and, finally reunited with owner Jimmy Bailey (Robert "Buzz" Henry) life for Danny Boy is never quite the same.
The Return of Rin Tin Tin (1947)
An American priest is assigned to a post-war European mission and encounters a war orphan whose harrowing experiences have devastated him. But the boy’s temperament changes when he befriends lovable dog Rin Tin Tin.