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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.
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.
Hedda reports on a dog training school and a Hemingway hunting trip.
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