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Rin Tin Tin - IV with James Brown as Lt. Ripley Rip Masters in "The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin". Awesome movie!!

Rin Tin Tin - IV with James Brown as Lt. Ripley Rip Masters in "The Adventures of Rin Tin Tin". Awesome movie!!

PBS presents Manor House, a gripping new series which brings class to reality television. or three months, the household functions as it would have done in pre-First World War England. Every participant in the experiment has agreed not just to live with Edwardian technology, but to abide by Edwardian standards of behaviour and to adapt to a complicated set of rules that governs everything in their daily lives. (Great site - lots of fascinating interviews and information about the 'Gilded…

PBS presents Manor House, a gripping new series which brings class to reality television. or three months, the household functions as it would have done in pre-First World War England. Every participant in the experiment has agreed not just to live with Edwardian technology, but to abide by Edwardian standards of behaviour and to adapt to a complicated set of rules that governs everything in their daily lives. (Great site - lots of fascinating interviews and information about the 'Gilded…

Rin Tin Tin was "the other dog show on TV".  It ran from 1954 - 1959 and Rinty was a real life war hero in real life.

Rin Tin Tin was "the other dog show on TV". It ran from 1954 - 1959 and Rinty was a real life war hero in real life.

RinTinTin (September 1918 – August 10, 1932) was a male German Shepherd dog rescued from a World War I battlefield

RinTinTin (September 1918 – August 10, 1932) was a male German Shepherd dog rescued from a World War I battlefield

Dale Evans & Roy Rogers w Trigger / Roy  (11/5/1911-7/6/1998) was a popular American singer & cowboy actor in his era. Known as "King of the Cowboys," he appeared in 100+ films & TV episodes of The Roy Rogers Show - often w his wife, Dale Evans, his golden palomino, Trigger and his dog, Bullet. His TV show ran from 1951-1957. His shows usually featured a sidekick  (Pat Brady, Andy Devine, or George "Gabby" Hayes).

Dale Evans & Roy Rogers w Trigger / Roy (11/5/1911-7/6/1998) was a popular American singer & cowboy actor in his era. Known as "King of the Cowboys," he appeared in 100+ films & TV episodes of The Roy Rogers Show - often w his wife, Dale Evans, his golden palomino, Trigger and his dog, Bullet. His TV show ran from 1951-1957. His shows usually featured a sidekick (Pat Brady, Andy Devine, or George "Gabby" Hayes).

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