~Tracked in the Snow Country~
~Plot Synopsis~
The most popular canine star of his era, Rin Tin Tin is falsely accused of killing his owner, an old
prospector (Charles Sellon), and forced to flee into the woods in this exciting Northwest melodrama
produced by Warner Brothers. The real murderer, however, is Jules Renault (Mitchell Lewis), who is
spotted returning to the scene of the crime by young Terry Moulton (future director David Butler).
Moulton, who is engaged to the dead prospector's daughter Joan (June Marlowe of Our Gang fame),
follows the villain to the mine. Hiding in the bushes, Terry overhears Renault threaten to kill Rinty just as
he did the dog's owner. His hiding place discovered, Moulton is overpowered by Renault; but the villain
still has to deal with the increasingly irate Rinty, who chases him to his death in a frozen lake. The
incredibly popular Rin Tin Tin basically financed the struggling Warner Bros.' experiments with sound
films that in 1927 gave an unsuspecting world The Jazz Singer.

Plot Synopsis by Hans J. Wollstein, AllMovie.com
Directed by: Herman C. Raymaker

Written by:
Edward J. Meagher - screenplay & story
Herman C. Raymaker   screenplay & story

Rin Tin Tin ...  Rin Tin Tin
June Marlowe ...  Joan Hardy
David Butler ...  Terry Moulton
Mitchell Lewis ...  Jules Renault
Charles Sellon ...  Silent Hardy
Princess Lea ...  Wah-Wah
~Remaining Credits~

Produced & Released by: Warner Bros.

Cinematography by: Ray June

Length: 7 Reels
Runtime: 70 Minutes
Released: July 13, 1925

Filmed at:
Warner Brothers Burbank Studios - 4000 Warner Boulevard, Burbank, California, USA