The Test (1935 film)

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The Test
Directed by Bernard B. Ray
Written by James Oliver Curwood (story)
L. V. Jefferson (continuity)
L. V. Jefferson (dialogue)
Produced by Bernard B. Ray (producer)
Harry S. Webb (associate producer)
Cinematography J. Henry Kruse
Abe Scholtz
Edited by Frederick Bain
Distributed by Reliable Pictures
Release date
1935
Running time
59 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Test is a 1935 American Western film directed by Bernard B. Ray and produced by Ray and Harry S. Webb for Reliable Pictures. It features as its hero the dog Rin Tin Tin, Jr.

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Plot

Fur trapper Brule Conway sets Rin Tin Tin Jr. to guard his furs. The henchmen of a rival trapper use a female dog to lure Rinty away from his post, and then proceed to steal the stash of furs. Rinty sets out to capture the thieves and return his master's furs.

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