Starring Rin Tin Tin, Charles Farrell and June Marlowe
February, 1926

"The Clash of the Wolves" shows that incomparable canine, Rin-tin-tin, surrounded by his usual quota of bad actors.

He is again a wolf tamed by a man's kindness, and shot at but never hit by a lot of old meanies.

I have never seen him so good as he is in this picture. In one scene, he wears little boots and unlaces them himself, and at all times he displays startling intelligence. Like Jackie Coogan, he is an actor who is worthy of better material and better support.

June Marlowe, Pat Hartigan, and Charles Farrell are the people concerned.

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