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Stand-Alone Title
The Wolf and the Buffalo (1 of 2)

by Elmer Kelton
Sep 1, 2012
6 Hours
Ages 13+

Gray Horse. The magnificent young Comanche warrior made strong by the medicine of the wolf, skilled at stealing horses and counting coup in the war raids of his people. Through his bravery and his wisdom, he would rally his beleaguered tribe against the tide of white settlers that swept over their land.

Gideon Ledbetter. The ex-slave who was recruited by the white man's army to join the regiment of the black cavalry the Indians called the buffalo soldiers. Trained to serve as a buffer between the Indians and the settlers, Gideon would put aside his own seething hatreds to become a great soldier and a leader of men.

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Director & Cast

Director Terence Aselford
Starring Terence Aselford, Ken Jackson, Tim Getman, Elliot Dash, Thomas Penny, Anastasia Wilson, Tony Nam, Jeff Allin, James Lewis, Evan Casey, Catherine Aselford, Donice Stevens, David Coyne, Scott McCormick, Thomas Keegan, Christopher Graybill, Colleen Delany, Dexter Hamlett, Richard Rohan, Gary Telles, Tim Carlin, Nanette Savard, Lily Beacon, and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Ken Jackson
Dialogue Editors Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Patrick Stratton
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette


The wolf and the buffalo by robert (Posted on 3/5/2015)
Love it great story
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 7/12/2013)
I really like this story. I the next part throws a big twist in this story. The first part is definitely good.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
A compelling story set after the freeing of the black slaves, the Wolf and the Buffalo takes us on a journey following two opposing forces that were bound by destiny to meet.

On the one side, we have the black soldiers, and the other, a upstarting Indian warrior who sought to win glory and respect for his people.

The story is unique in that for ones, we get to really see through the eyes of some interesting main characters who are not while, fast and strong.

Like other EC's books, it has some really slow and draggy moments, but in the end, they just make the good moments all that much sweeter.

Graphicaudio has done a superb job bringing this tale to drama, and I dare say that they made an otherwise 4* story into a 5* production.

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