"True Wolf"

Monday, August 20, 2012

Rob Whitehair, director the documentary “True Wolf,” is joined by Bruce Weide and Pat Tucker, who adopted an abandoned wolf pup. The film is an account of how the couple and their dog came to live with a wolf, facing dangers, sharing adventures, and forming unbreakable bonds. “True Wolf” opens at Cinema Village August 17.


Pat Tucker, Bruce Weide and Rob Whitehair

Comments [3]

Chris Garvey

Farley Mowat, "Never Cry Wolf", or see the movie. You don't need to feed wolves elk. Between the migrating caribou herds, wolves subsist on mice. Mowat studied wolves for years.
Elizabeth Marshall Thomas, "The Hidden Life of Dogs" gives insight into dogs, as pack animals.

Aug. 21 2012 01:14 AM
Wayne Johnson Ph.D. from Bk

The Obama administration through it's Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazaar has declared war on wolves in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming. Hundreds of wolves have been killed in those states in the last year. Next to go are the wolves in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

Aug. 20 2012 12:59 PM
Elliott from Bridgeport,CT

You should recommend this book to your listeners if they would like an understanding and intimate view into the wolf.

Wolf Empire by Scott Ian Barry.

BTW Little Red Riding Hood did more to damage the image of the wolf than a rancher in Montana!

Glad to heard Mr. Whitehair state that they are not by any shape of the imagination a pet!

Aug. 20 2012 12:58 PM

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