A fur trapper catches another trapper trying to steal his furs. He stops the thief, but later on the furs are stolen anyway. Rin Tin Tin Jr. tracks down the thief to try to get the furs back.


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Cast overview:
Grace Ford ...
Beth McVey
Monte Blue ...
Pepite LaJoie
Lafe McKee ...
Dad McVey (as Lafayette McKee)
Artie Ortego ...
Black Wolf (as Art Ortego)
Jimmy Aubrey ...
Nanette the Dog ...
Nanette (as Nanette)


Rinnie is asked to guard the furs of his master, fur trapper Brule Conway. When Rinnie is lured away by another female dog, Conway's winter furs are stolen by Black Wolf, a henchman for the French-Canadian trapper Pepite La Joie. After a series of adventures, Rinnie masterfully captures the evil doers and returns with the furs, winning the hearts of all. Written by <leecozad@alumni.usc.edu>

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11 May 1935 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Heróis das Selvas  »

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1.33 : 1
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Questionable scenes involving animals.
21 August 2005 | by (Melbourne Australia) – See all my reviews

In an impartial assessment of this picture I would consider it as a below average low-budget actioner, and probably give it about four stars out of ten. It features flaccid direction and poor acting - Grant Withers demonstrates his usual lack of charisma as the hero, and Monte Blue overacts as the villain. Although the locations are scenic and photographed adequately, any virtue in this was probably lost on me due to the poor quality of the print I viewed.

However, knowing that this film was made before regulations regarding the treatment of animals were incorporated into the production code, it is impossible for me to be impartial about it. Now I don't know how this picture was made, and it is possible that the depictions of animal cruelty it contains were a carefully orchestrated illusion, but in the knowledge of what went on at the time in the absence of production code regulations, and the fact that we are looking at a low-budget feature from a company I never heard of, I cannot view this film without great unease. In any event, these scenes are very unpleasant and I rate this film accordingly.

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