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Release Date:
28 November 1925 (USA) See more »
Plot:
A fire in the mountains drive a wolf pack into the nearby desert where they terrorize the local residents... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Good Action, Technically Solid & Often Impressive See more (5 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Rin Tin Tin ... Lobo - Leader of the Wolf Pack (as Rin-tin-tin)
Nanette ... Lobo's Mate

Charles Farrell ... Dave Weston

June Marlowe ... May Barstowe

Heinie Conklin ... Alkali Bill
Will Walling ... Sam Barstowe (as William Walling)
Pat Hartigan ... Wm. 'Borax' Horton

Directed by
Noel M. Smith  (as Noel Mason Smith)
 
Writing credits
Charles Logue (by) (as Charles A. Logue)

Cinematography by
Edwin B. DuPar (photography) (as E. B. Dupar)
Allen Q. Thompson (photography) (as Alan Thompson)
Joseph Walker (photography) (uncredited)
 
Film Editing by
Clarence Kolster (edited by)
 
Art Direction by
Lewis Geib 
Esdras Hartley 
 
Art Department
Victor Vance .... art titles
 
Special Effects by
F.N. Murphy .... electrical effects
 
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  • Warner Bros. (presents) (as Warner Brothers) (A Warner Brothers Classic of the Screen)
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74 min (2004 National Film Preservation Foundation print)
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1.33 : 1 See more »
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USA:Passed (National Board of Review)
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A copy (nitrate projection print) of the film was found in a somewhat compromised state in South Africa. It was repatriated through the American Film Institute to the Library of Congress. Heavy scratches on the print were minimized in the 2003 preservation on the film.See more »
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Continuity: During the sand storm Lobo's booties are missing when he meets his mate.See more »

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15 out of 15 people found the following review useful.
Good Action, Technically Solid & Often Impressive, 5 May 2005
Author: Snow Leopard from Ohio

With good action, a likable animal star, and well-chosen outdoor settings, this is an enjoyable movie to watch. The story is made up of some familiar elements, but it moves at a good pace, and the technique is solid and often impressive.

The plot has Rin Tin Tin as the leader of a pack of wolves trying to survive near a populated area, and it combines his story with that of a prospector (played by Charles Russell) who's trying to win the daughter of a wealthy rancher at the same time as he has to outwit a crafty claim jumper. It's the resulting action scenes that make the movie so entertaining, and that also display some resourceful filming technique. Rin Tin Tin really is the biggest star, and all of the scenes with him and his stand-ins look very realistic, and work quite well. He even has believable reactions to the rather goofy ideas that the prospector and his comic-relief buddy (Charles Conklin) concoct in trying to domesticate him.

There are also lots of other scenes involving groups of animals, and it must have taken a lot of careful planning to make them look so good. At times they capture large-scale action, and at other times the camera is able to capture the speed of its star in motion. Almost all of the story takes place outdoors, and the settings help create the right atmosphere for the story. Overall, this is an entertaining movie with several strengths to it.

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