The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin: Season 1, Episode 33

The Lost Scotchman (27 May 1955)

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Lumsden Hare plays Angus MacTavish, an elderly miner from Scotland, complete with kilts and bagpipe, lives in an old mystery mine. Everyone in the area is aware that a gold mine is supposed... See full summary »

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Angus MacTavish
Lee Roberts ...
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Henry Rowland ...
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Lumsden Hare plays Angus MacTavish, an elderly miner from Scotland, complete with kilts and bagpipe, lives in an old mystery mine. Everyone in the area is aware that a gold mine is supposed to be in the area, but even with widely available maps that purport to pinpoint the location it has not been found. The Scotchman is believed to be a ghost, and the mine haunted. Two tenderfoot prospectors, Travis (Lee Rogers) and Gage (Henry Rowland) are found fighting by Lt. Rip Masters, Sgt. O'Hara, Rusty, and Rin Tin Tin. Rin Tin Tin breaks up their fight. The prospectors and the soldiers camp for the night to the sound of a distant bagpipe playing on a windy night. The sound wakes Rusty, Rin Tin Tin, and the two prospectors. Rusty and Rin Tin Tin leave without notifying anyone in the dead of night to follow the bagpipe music. Not knowing that anyone else has left the camp site the two prospectors also leave to look for the mine. Rusty finds Angus and they become instate friends as he shows the... Written by SAGE STEPS

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