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Rintintin (Rinty, Rin-Tin-Tin) was born on 31 August, 1918 in 1918, is an Actor. Discover Rin Tin Tin's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of Rin Tin Tin networth?

Popular As Rintintin (Rinty, Rin-Tin-Tin)
Occupation actor
Age 14 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 31 August 1918
Birthday 31 August
Birthplace 1918
Date of death 10 August, 1932
Died Place Los Angeles, California, USA
Nationality 1918

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The Lighthouse by the Sea (1924)$1,000 / week

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1932

On the day he died in 1932, just a month shy of 14, he was no longer strong enough to go to his master's side. Jean Harlow, who lived across the street, came over and cradled his head in her lap as he died. Years before Lee Duncan had given her one of Rinty's first puppies.

1930

The film was a hit and Rin Tin Tin was a sensation, making 26 pictures for Warners while starring in his own live 1930s radio show "The Wonder Dog". At the peak of his popularity, Warners maintained 18 trained stand-ins to reduce any stress on their dog star, while providing Rinty with a private chef who prepared daily lunches of tenderloin steak (consumed as live classical music was played to help ease the dog's digestion.

1923

A dark-coated German Shepherd dog, he made his first film in 1923 and was the world's biggest box-office draw by 1926.

1922

In 1922, Duncan and Rin Tin Tin attended an LA dog show, with 'Rinty' performing for the crowd by jumping 13 ½ feet. Following the show, producer Darryl Zanuck asked Duncan if he could try out his new 'moving pictures' camera on the dog and paid $350 to film Rinty in action. Contacting every studio in Hollywood with a Rin Tin Tin -starring script "Where The North Begins", Duncan unexpectedly stumbled onto a low-budget, Warner Bros (Vitaphone) film crew having difficulty shooting an exterior scene with a wolf. Duncan quickly approached the director and told them that Rinty could do the scene in one take. True to his word, Duncan's 'wonder' dog did the scene in one take and both were hired for the entire shoot of "Man From Hells River".

1918

The first 'Rin Tin Tin', who along with his heirs starred in numerous films and television series, was discovered during World War I, September 15, 1918, by US Air Corporal Lee Duncan and his battalion in Lorraine, France. At a bombed out dog kennel, Duncan found a mother Shepherd Dog and her scrawny litter of five pups. Duncan chose two of the dogs, a male and female, while members of his group took the mother and the others back to camp. The only survivors over the next few months were the two pups Duncan had claimed, naming them 'Rin Tin Tin' and 'Nannette' after tiny French puppets the French children would give to the American soldiers for good luck. When the war ended, Duncan made special arrangements to take his pups back to his home in Los Angeles, but during the Atlantic crossing, Nannette became ill and died, shortly after arriving in America.

1913

French names of the puppets: "Nénette" and "Rintintin". Puppets possibly created by painter Francisque Poulbot in 1913.