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Bill Berloni was responsible for making sure that chihuahua Bruiser could both bend and snap in the Broadway production of Legally Blonde. Paul Kolnik hide caption

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Animal Stage Trainer Makes Stars Out Of Pound Pups

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By the 1950s, Rin Tin Tin was played by three dogs, who often traveled around the country making public appearances. In this undated photo, one Rin Tin Tin enjoys a luxury dinner in his Chicago hotel suite. Edward Kitch/AP Photo hide caption

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Rin Tin Tin: A Silent Film Star On Four Legs

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