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Old 03-07-2014, 01:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here are several Rin Tin Tin comic books, circa 1950-1954, Dell.

You can read them online or download to your computer----all content on Internet Archive is public domain.

Download instructions are on the left column.

I found that for me, PDF format is the best for download/navigation---I think it is the easiest to adjust to my eye focus range and the easiest to navigate pages on.

Leave me some comments and tell me what you all think----there are a LOT of Rin Tin Tin---Lassie---and others available. If you guys like them, I'll put up more links later on as I come across them.

https://archive.org/details/RinTinTinComics43412131925
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OK Wetdog Im probably not getting alot done tonite thanks to all these great GSd entertainment you've posted. Oh well who needs dinner!
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OK Wetdog Im probably not getting alot done tonite thanks to all these great GSd entertainment you've posted. Oh well who needs dinner!
Guess you'll just have to look for some good advice on how to feed raw......................fortunately.............. ................you are at the right place to ask.........................LOL.
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Guess you'll just have to look for some good advice on how to feed raw......................fortunately.............. ................you are at the right place to ask.........................LOL.
For me or the furkids ? I like steak rare!
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The Story of
RINTIN-TIN
The Marvelous &Amazing
Dog of the Movies

I could not find any author listed.

This is a short text, (26 pages) With quite a few period pictures.

This appears to me to be a promotional hand out meant to be a "history" of Rin-Tin-Tin (front cover credits Whitman Publishers, Racine, WS 1927). The life story seems to be the bare bones rudiments rounded out with hollywoodized tid-bits reminiscent of the dearth of Hollywood fan magazines of the day.

I do not know if it was a for sale item, or if it was a promotional give away.

I suspect the later, by Warner Brothers Studios----he was their biggest star.

Quite a few posed pictures that appear to have come from postcards and possibly movie poster art.

https://archive.org/details/storyofrintintin00unse
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