Finding Rin Tin Tin (2007) Review
(More customer reviews)Very cute. I loved the dog in this movie - I wish I could have one just like him. This is a good one to sit down and watch with the whole family on a lazy Sunday afternoon. This dog is smart! And he looks out for people, like his master and the boy who gets lost - a really fun and loving story.
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Shot in 2007, Finding Rin Tin Tin is based on the true story of an American corporal and his world renowned German Sheppard dog, Rin Tin Tin. The story begins with Corporal Lee Duncan, stationed in France during World War 1, who rescues a mother and her three German Sheppard puppies. Lee gives the mother and two puppies away, but keeps his favorite puppy, which he lovingly names Rin Tin Tin. When the General warns that keeping a young rambunctious dog is not permitted, Duncan discovers a solution is at hand expert dog handler, German Nikolaus Egger, Rin Tin Tin s mother s original owner, is being held as a POW on their base. At first, Egger is hesitant to help Duncan, but soon warms to him, and though on opposite sides of the war the two men become friends. Egger teaches Rin Tin Tin with patience and kindness, and soon the dog learns amazing skills, such as bringing first aid to soldiers on the battlefield. After the Great War is over, Rin Tin Tin returns home with Duncan and goes on to star in 14 feature films from 1920 - 1931 and was considered to be one of Hollywood s top movie stars.