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    On that copywrite question, I would think you will find the copywrite has expired - well and truelly if it goes back to 1914.

    Take the film into a quality camera store and have a chat to their movie buff. I am pretty certain you will be able to transfer that film onto a cd or memory stick quiet easily.
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    Bob Bailey was a student of Skinner. But he is an American. He has dog training DVDs out. But mostly he teaches animal behaviourists to train chickens - cos if you can train them to do an agility course, a dog is easy after that. erm. apart from the slight complication of dogs doing the training themselves.

    Don't know anything about Ted Bailey.

    There is a guy called Norm who has lots of coolies in the Barossa near Tanunda - and he has a show featuring them. He's probably old enough to know of or have met Ted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    Bob Bailey was a student of Skinner. But he is an American. He has dog training DVDs out. But mostly he teaches animal behaviourists to train chickens - cos if you can train them to do an agility course, a dog is easy after that. erm. apart from the slight complication of dogs doing the training themselves.

    Don't know anything about Ted Bailey.

    There is a guy called Norm who has lots of coolies in the Barossa near Tanunda - and he has a show featuring them. He's probably old enough to know of or have met Ted.
    That is why I thought they meant Bob, because I know he was a Student of Skinner.

    I had chickens called Eagle and hawk, I had them doing all sort of stuff LOL......I think chickens are easier to train then some dogs LOL. Mine did grape catching, ran a mini agility course. used to make them sit on my arm, hence their names ride a dog/horse. Roll a ball around, lots of little stuff. Sadly a dog killed them when we were away and someone was looking after out property. Last time I ever trained chickens. That was just the saddest thing
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    mmmm.....I'm probably wrong , but by reading that second one , it doesn't sound like they were Baileys dogs? The Bullies I mean.
    Sounds like they were a different group to Bailey and his dogs?
    I agree with Choppa..based on those two articles Bailey's three dogs were English Setters and it was Gardner with his "Manic Bulldogs" who had the pits and one bulldog troupe. Two completely different acts? Even in 1914 stock illustrations were commonly used so the dog pictured may not even be a part of either troupe.

    If you like, PM me for my email address and then you can email me the pdf and I will extract and upload the picture for you.

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