Who'd Be A Show Dog? 1934

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Titles read: "Who'd be a Show dog? (A dog's-eye cameo)."


At the Crufts dog show we see various shots of dogs, their owners and cameramen filming them. All kinds of dogs pose for the cameras, including Afghan hounds, Alsatians, a Bulldog, a Bedlington, a Fox-haired Wolf Terrier...



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