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

by Elmer Kelton
Sep 1, 2012
6 Hours
6
978-1-59950-894-8
Ages 13+
THEY FOUGHT FOR FREEDOM

THE WOLF
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.

THE BUFFALO
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, Tony Nam, Thomas Penny, Elliot Dash, Nanette Savard, James Lewis, Evan Casey, Thomas Keegan, David Coyne, Richard Rohan, Anastasia Wilson, Jeff Allin, Michael John Casey, Colleen Delany, Dexter Hamlett, Nathanial Perry, Donice Stevens, Catherine Aselford, Christopher Scheeren, Michael Glenn, Christopher Graybill, Bobby Aselford, and Mort Shelby
Book Adapted for GraphicAudio by Ken Jackson
Dialogue Editors Nathanial Perry and Patrick Stratton
Sound Designers Nathanial Perry and Patrick Stratton
Additional Original Music Johann Dettweiler
Cover Illustrator Jahbulani Ori
Producers Richard Rohan and Duane Beeman
Executive Producer Anji Cornette

Reviews

The wolf and the buffalo by robert (Posted on 3/5/2015)
Nice ending
Review by Wayne Noble (Posted on 7/12/2013)
I was very disappointed with the twist in the situation with the black girl. But the statement that Gidian's friend told him about some folks would never be free because they were still a slave in their mind was just a great statement. It was touching to see Gidian's reaction. Sad that some of the good characters died but It really was a compelling story.
Review by Johnny Tai (Posted on 5/23/2013)
Part II is, if anything, better than part I- since we now have a smoothly moving plot and some developed characters.

The graphicaudio team has done a superb job as usual, and even the more draggy moments are made less boring thanks to the great job done here.

One thing that impressed me about this story in particular is the lack of "forced" good ending- things pretty much happened as they should...those who should die died, those who should part company parted...no "Danielle Steel" style plot at all- things were logical, honest and natural.

I also liked the background music whenever the story turned to the part of the Indian people...a nice touch with that!

The one part where I found a bit of unrealism was:

SPOI

LER

ALERT!!!

!!!

When Grey Horse finally faced down with Gidian...Gidian took so long trying to shoot around Grey Horse's shield...

This doesn't make sense when one consider that, even if Gidian just shoot directly at the shield- which he could because he was clearly seeing alot of it at that moment...even if the shield was strong enough to withstand a direct hit from the rifle bullet- doubtful at best with hide shields... The force of the impact would've unhorsed Grey Horse, and even break his arm...

So logically, Gidian didn't have to wait that long to find an opening, all he had to do was to aim for the relative center of the shield, and fire...

I know there was a scene earlier where Grey Horse deflected a shot with his shield...but one can assume that it was not a direct hit/aim anyway, just a shot on an angle.

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