This three-reel potboiler was slapped together by the fly-by-night firm of Features Ideal. Even by 1914 standards, this outdoor melodrama was considered corny and outmoded. All the standard ingredients are in attendance, including a verminous villain and a cherubic child. The titular wolf, dissuaded from chowing down on the child, turns his fangs on the bad guy to the general satisfaction of the film's none-too-demanding audience. Variety was right on target when it suggested that the distributors of The Wolf's Prey avoid the big-time theater chains and concentrate on the five-cent grindhouses.
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