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"A Race for Life" is 1928 family film written by Charles R. Condon and directed by D. Ross Lederman.
- also known as Rin-Tin-Tins schwerster Sieg, I koursa tis zois
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- written by Charles R. Condon
- based on a story by Charles R. Condon
- cinematography by Edwin B. DuPar
- edited by Charles Henkel Jr.
- genre: Family
- released on (86 years ago)
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by Nancy Capace
“A Race for Life” (1877), “The Still Hunter,” and “On the Alert” (1879), and “ The Wolf at the Door,” all of which were shown at the Academy in the seventies.
by Newton Bateman, Paul Selby
on account of wounding some, the dogs were driven back on the hunters and there was a race for life by running or climbing trees, the dogs often being killed or wounded. The first settlers, Eggman, Hinkle, Ticknor, Scott and others, -held a ...
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