For every famous director and big time star, there are probably ten people quietly working behind the scenes to make your favorite movie and TV show happen. Everyone from electricians and carpenters, to the guys making the props and the people doing the makeup. If you watch a movie’s credits, you might see all sorts of weird job listings, like all the various types of “wranglers”. On a movie set, a wrangler’s job is to manage the animals on set. The term came from professionals who worked with movie horses, but has since been applied to other animals, and even inanimate objects (I recall a ‘Puppet Wrangler’ in the credits of the Mystery Science Theater 3000).