In 1918 US Air Corps Corporal Lee Duncan discovered a half-starved German Shepherd dog and her five puppies in a blasted dug-out on the battle fields of France. Duncan took two of the puppies back to the USA, which he named Nannette and Rin Tin Tin.
The dark-coated German Shepherd dog Rin Tin Tin made his first film in 1923 and was the world's biggest box-office draw by 1926. He got his own radio show, "The Wonder Dog," in 1930, doing his own sound effects. Warner Bros. Pictures, saved from bankruptcy by the success of his films, maintained 18 trained stand-ins in order to reduce the strain on their star.
Rin Tin Tin, Jr. appeared in several films in the 1930s, including the 12-part serial, The Adventures of Rex and Rinty. See Link to a free download of some of the movies below.
Rin Tin Tin III starred alongside a young Robert Blake in 1947's The Return of Rin Tin Tin. The “Calling All Boys # 11” Comic Book is based on this movie (See Number 1 below).
The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin was a television program which ran on ABC from October 1954 until August 1959. It starred Lee Aaker as young Rusty, a boy orphaned in an Indian raid, who was being raised by the soldiers at a cavalry post. He and his dog Rin Tin Tin helped the soldiers to establish order in the Old West.
These Rin Tin Tin Comic Books were based on that dog from the Movies and TV.
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1. Calling All Boys # 11 (Rin Tin Tin is on page 30.)
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11. Rin Tin Tin # 08
12. Rin Tin Tin # 10
13. Rin Tin Tin # 11
14. Rin Tin Tin # 14
15. Rin Tin Tin # 15
16. Rin Tin Tin # 16
17. Rin Tin Tin # 17
17. Rin Tin Tin and Rusty # 33
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