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  • Owney (dog) - Wikipedia

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    Sources "Owney, the Railway Mail Dog". Topics in Chronicling America. Library of Congress; Biemiller, Carl L. (2000) [1966]. Any Friend of Owney's.

  • Mail Dog (@maildog) | Twitter

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    The latest Tweets from Mail Dog (@maildog). The Online Marketer's Best Friend: Permission Email, Online Video, RSS & Webpage Publishing Tools!. Worldwide

  • Mail Dog (1947) - IMDb

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    Directed by Charles A. Nichols. With Pinto Colvig. The weather forces a mail plane to turn back. It drops the mail at Outpost #5, staffed by Pluto, who is to carry it ...

  • Pluto's - Mail Dog (1947) 1080p HD - YouTube

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    Pluto is pressed into duty to deliver a sack of mail to a remote arctic outpost, helped along by a playful arctic rabbit. Flutterfoot, the Rabbit Release ...

  • Mail Dog | Disney Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

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    Mail Dog is a 1947 animated short starring Pluto. Pluto is pressed into duty to deliver a sack...

  • This Is Mail Dog

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  • Owney the Mail Dog | Arts & Culture | Smithsonian

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    For nine years, Owney rode the rails and the wagons on top of mailbags as the mascot of the mailmen

  • Owney, Mascot of the Railway Mail Service

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    Railway mail clerks considered the dog a good luck charm. At a time when train wrecks were all too common, no train Owney rode was ever in a wreck.

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