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Fangs of the Wild (1939)

Foxes are mysteriously disappearing from fox farms and Agent Don has been sent to investigate. Brad and Pete are the culprits and they are using a dog that can climb the security fence to ... See full summary »

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(as Raymond K. Johnson)

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(original story), (screenplay) (as Richard D. Pearsall)
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Don Brady (Don Howard in credits)
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Carol Dean
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Larry Dean
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Frank Lewis
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Fur Buyer
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Brad Colby
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Pete Ellis (as James Aubrey)
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Clem
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Captain Dwyer
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Buddy
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Rinty (as Rin TinTin Jr.)
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Foxes are mysteriously disappearing from fox farms and Agent Don has been sent to investigate. Brad and Pete are the culprits and they are using a dog that can climb the security fence to steal the foxes. Don brings a dog with him and when Carol sees a dog stealing a fox, she accuses Don. Written by Maurice VanAuken <mvanauken@a1access.net>

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July 1939 (USA)  »

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1.37 : 1
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This film's earliest documented television broadcasts took place in Lowell MA (serving the Boston Area) Saturday 30 October 1948 on WBZ (Channel 4) and in New York City 8 January 1949 on WATV (Channel 13). See more »

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Breeding foxes for fur. P.C. police beware!
25 January 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Another Rin Tin Tin Jr. action/thriller about the theft of valuable foxes raised on a farm for their coats and part of a ring for stolen furs. There is no doubt in my mind that these adorable members of the canine family would end up around some rich woman's shoulders. Rin is their bodyguard, at one point carrying a few in his mouth to prevent them from being stolen. The plot is more about capturing the crooks rather than saving these cute animals, and my feeling of anti-fur trading took a great increase. But this movie is still irresistible, especially when Rin babysits some infant white bunny rabbits.

Once again, Rin is more believable, or at least a bigger scene-stealer than the human actors, here lead by Dennis Moore with Luana Anderson as the female lead. The foxes, too, are equally fascinating to watch, with them running around and playing, squawking like chipmunks at the ever watchful Rin, and providing a look into the life of a basically shy, retreating animal that nature documentary lovers rarely get to film. The moments of Rin on his own are long with little dialog for minutes at a time. This makes the film more interesting and frustrating because of the mystery of why these foxes are being bred on farms in the first place.


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