Newsreel-style accounts of the Hollywood Dog Training School where Carl Spitz trains stars' pets and dogs for films; a hunting party in Idaho with Ernest Hemingway hosting Gary Cooper, Anna Boettiger (FDR's daughter), poet Christopher LaFarge, and others.- Written by Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Hedda Hopper, and one of her many hats, visits the dog-training and dog-boarding kennels in Hollywood run by Carl Spitz, where pets of the stars are bedded, dogs are trained for film-work and other dogs are trained for for the various branches of the U. S. military. The audience gets an up-close-and-personal meeting with 'Mr. Binkie', a scotty who was Ronald Colman's buddy in "The Light That Failed," and also 'Prince Karl', who demonstrates that every movement of his master's hand has a meaning of its own to 'Prince Karl.' The reel ends up with some footage of an Idaho hunting trip with Ernest Hemingway and Gary Cooper among the hunters.- Written by Les Adams <email@example.com>
Hedda reports on a dog training school and a Hemingway hunting trip.- Written by Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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