Baron Blackwolf Dogs of God is actually an advanced trailer for a feature film in the making (hopefully)and stars Ed Asner as a retired Colonel in the Imperial Russian army in the days before World War One and the Russian Revolution. The credits are misleading. The story and the screenplay are the work of Carroll "Poke" Runyon, noted for his documentaries on the occult. Harvey Rochman was given second credit on the original story by Runyon who is the sole copyright holder of all the Blackwolf material. The credits are further corrupted by referring to Runyon as "She" which is incorrect. Carroll "Poke" Runyon is a former Green Beret and very much on the masculine side of the gender gap. I am using this review format to get this corrected because IMDb makes the process so difficult that seems the only way to do it. However, I hope this doesn't put me on the spoiler blacklist. I'm just asking for help.
Poke Runyon, writer, creator, and producer: Baron Blackwolf, Dogs of God
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