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Not much about the dog, mostly about whether his owner fibbed about the dog's past deeds. It's just keeps repeating the same thing over and over.Published 9 days ago by Mary Mal
The author spent to much time on such minute details that i got bored with the book. It appears a great amount of research was done but the book itself was boring.Published 27 days ago by average joe
was kind of dragging and repetitive. the story under the heavy read was interesting, because I loved the show when I was a child, and love dogs in general, but I would never reread... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Gail L Abbott
Interesting but after a while it got weighed down in proving the BS in the Hollywood P.R. story. As a kid I like Rin Tin Tin more than Lassie.Published 5 months ago by Harold A Thurow
Skip this book. The author couldn't be more boring if she tried. Rin Tin Tin barely gets mentioned in the 1st quarter of the book- just disputed facts & the authors assumptions.Published 5 months ago by Pam M.
This book did a very good job of clearing up the rumors about where Rinty came from, who trained him, and how he got his start in the entertainment industry.Published 13 months ago by Dani Dorresteyn
Good history of animals in the movie industry.
More information about the owner than the dog than I needed.
Book was much longer than I anticipated.
I remember when I was a child my mother talking about this dog. Rin-Tin-Tin was truly a special dog and did so well in his films because of his trainer who saved him during WWI.Published 15 months ago by Harriett L. Cowhey
The book starts off well explaining how Rin-Tin-Tin owner's found him and about dogs as the head-lining star in the 1920's movies, but then chapter after chapter re-hashes the same... Read morePublished 17 months ago by JOANNE L BLUHM