Film of the Lobo Wolves
This is a silent Fox Movietone News reel from the early 1930s judging by the glue on the splices, the Movietone logo, and Dr. McCleery's age. It depicts Dr. McCleery in front of the wolf park entrance and wolves fighting through the wire of the pens. Ivan and Lori McClain found this film after purchasing the Temple Theater in Kane, PA.
This is a silent 8mm film of Dr. McCleery's lobo wolves at the wolf park along Route 6 between Kane and Mt. Jewett, PA, sometime between 1941 and 1942. It was filmed by John and Virginia Darnley who lived in Heidelberg, PA. The film shows several of the wolves in their pens howling, pacing, and scratching.
This is a silent color 8mm film of Dr. McCleery's lobo wolves and mountain lions at the wolf park along Route 6 between Kane and Mt. Jewett, PA in 1948. The film shows several adult wolves pacing and interacting in the snow. Contributed by Howard Humphrey.
This is a silent color film of the lobo wolves eating and a young mountain lion, probably in the 1960s. Contributed by Sheri Cunningham.
This is a 20-minute documentary titled "Wolf Man, Wolf Wish" about Jack Lynch and Mary Wheeler's work with buffalo wolves at Emigrant, MT in 1987. It can be viewed at the Kane Depot in Kane, PA.
This is a film of Mary Lynch's buffalo wolves at their current location in Bridger, MT in 2009.