Wild, and That’s What Makes It Great, Trump's Debt Is a Threat, Ex Intel Officials Warn, Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know now on politics, health and more, © 2020 TIME USA, LLC. As shown in the movie, Paul does drive across the country to find Cheryl when a mutual friend tells him that his wife has been using drugs. There are encounters with an alligator and with a wild moose that scoops Marshall up on its antlers, and finally a confrontation with a cave full of hibernating grizzly bears (guarded by rattlesnakes and overseen by bats) that all wake up at the same moment and begin dancing in a circle. Warning: spoilers follow for Wild, both the book and the movie. Cheryl and Leif shot their mother’s horse. Still, the film closely parallels the book, mirroring Strayed’s bleak back story and her uplifting journey. Another character cut out from the movie is Joe, Cheryl’s boyfriend who gets her hooked on heroin. Paul disapproved from the habit and helped Cheryl quit, but she used again shortly before the hike. Cheryl’s boots did plague her throughout her hike, taking six of her toenails because they were too small. In the popular memoir … ''Wild America'' bills itself as inspired by the true story of the Stouffer brothers, who grew up to film a documentary series of the same name about rare and endangered species. In the book, Cheryl often dreams of her mother begging to Cheryl kill her and of her mother’s horse offering a bouquet of flowers to Cheryl, forgiving her for shooting him. In reality, Cheryl resisted the urge to call her ex the night before she began her hike. Cheryl fell into using heroin for a time between her mother’s death and her hike four years later. See the article in its original context from. This film is rated PG. Cheryl blames marrying too young and her own infidelity for their failed marriage. A nurse, thinking they had already been informed, approached them and told them they put ice on their mother’s eyes so she could donate her corneas. captured these remarkable creatures and moments on film for future generations to see and ''Wild America'' is rated PG. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer She walked in taped-together sandals to her next rest stop, where her boots were to be delivered. Their divorce (as reflected in the film) is largely amicable. They She feared that if she called Paul he would somehow divine that she had done drugs just days before. Cheryl missed her mother’s death while finding her brother. Cheryl asks Eddie to mercy-kill the horse, but he doesn’t. Cheryl spent the night before her mother died trying to track him down. The horse grew weak after Eddie neglected it following the death of Cheryl’s mother. Confronting nature in the wild, the three brothers learn to trust and depend on brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana.dockterman@time.com. The stowaway, needless to say, proves himself the pluckiest and most resourceful of the three. (Though the book never mentions whether the story was actually published and picked up by Harper’s, as the journalist suggested it would be.) The True Story Behind The Great Heist Really Is That Wild A team of thieves talked their way into a Colombian bank on a quiet Sunday morning. The hobo care-package she receives is also real and did indeed include a beer. This is the story of how the boys learned to understand and respect nature and its Much of Cheryl’s internal monologue during her therapy sessions is made into dialogue with her therapist in the movie. Directed by William Dear; written by David Michael Wieger; director of photography, David Burr; edited by O. Nicholas Brown; music by Joel McNeely; production designer, Steven Jordan; produced by James G. Robinson, Irby Smith and Mark Stouffer; released by Warner Brothers. In the movie, Cheryl says she does not know who got her pregnant. One of the most heart-wrenching scenes in the book is when Cheryl and Leif are forced to put down their mother’s sick horse. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our, Reese Witherspoon Isn’t Nice or Wholesome in. Some of the scenery is quite pretty. Cheryl got pregnant while experimenting with heroin. However, her problems did not end there: The boots were not shipped as quickly as she expected, and she was forced to hike on sandals to yet another stop before finally getting her new shoes. The definitive true story of Wild Bill, the first lawman of the Wild West, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dodge City. The Disastrous Swedish Approach to Fighting COVID-19, U.S. If ''Wild America'' is barely in touch with reality, it has a slick storybook charm that should appeal to children who like animals and enjoy the great outdoors. Here’s what was truth, as described by the memoir, and what was changed for the movie. He is the only actor in memory to have played Tom Sawyer (in the movie ''Tom and Huck'') as an inveterate junior high school flirt. In July 1865, "Wild Bill" Hickok shot and killed Davis Tutt in Springfield, MO―the first quick-draw duel on the frontier. Cheryl’s only family was her mother and brother. All Rights Reserved. When she finally found him and the two visited the hospital the next morning, their mother had already been dead for an hour. The adventure begins when the boys' father, a carburetor salesman, goes into debt to buy his oldest son, Marty (Scott Bairstow), a used 16-millimeter movie camera. To honor their connection to each other, the two got tattoos of horses on their arms. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, majesty and delightful charm of some of nature's most elusive and endangered creatures to audiences around the world. In the film, Cheryl has only one sibling, her younger brother Leif. WITH: Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Marshall Stouffer), Devon Sawa (Mark Stouffer), Scott Bairstow (Marty Stouffer), Jamey Sheridan (Marty Stouffer Sr.) and Frances Fisher (Agnes Stouffer). The True Story Behind Wild. Cheryl and Eddie grew particularly close during her mother’s sickness, but after she passed, Eddie remarried and grew distant. "/> Wild, and That’s What Makes It Great, Trump's Debt Is a Threat, Ex Intel Officials Warn, Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know now on politics, health and more, © 2020 TIME USA, LLC. As shown in the movie, Paul does drive across the country to find Cheryl when a mutual friend tells him that his wife has been using drugs. There are encounters with an alligator and with a wild moose that scoops Marshall up on its antlers, and finally a confrontation with a cave full of hibernating grizzly bears (guarded by rattlesnakes and overseen by bats) that all wake up at the same moment and begin dancing in a circle. Warning: spoilers follow for Wild, both the book and the movie. Cheryl and Leif shot their mother’s horse. Still, the film closely parallels the book, mirroring Strayed’s bleak back story and her uplifting journey. Another character cut out from the movie is Joe, Cheryl’s boyfriend who gets her hooked on heroin. Paul disapproved from the habit and helped Cheryl quit, but she used again shortly before the hike. Cheryl’s boots did plague her throughout her hike, taking six of her toenails because they were too small. In the popular memoir … ''Wild America'' bills itself as inspired by the true story of the Stouffer brothers, who grew up to film a documentary series of the same name about rare and endangered species. In the book, Cheryl often dreams of her mother begging to Cheryl kill her and of her mother’s horse offering a bouquet of flowers to Cheryl, forgiving her for shooting him. In reality, Cheryl resisted the urge to call her ex the night before she began her hike. Cheryl fell into using heroin for a time between her mother’s death and her hike four years later. See the article in its original context from. This film is rated PG. Cheryl blames marrying too young and her own infidelity for their failed marriage. A nurse, thinking they had already been informed, approached them and told them they put ice on their mother’s eyes so she could donate her corneas. captured these remarkable creatures and moments on film for future generations to see and ''Wild America'' is rated PG. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer She walked in taped-together sandals to her next rest stop, where her boots were to be delivered. Their divorce (as reflected in the film) is largely amicable. They She feared that if she called Paul he would somehow divine that she had done drugs just days before. Cheryl missed her mother’s death while finding her brother. Cheryl asks Eddie to mercy-kill the horse, but he doesn’t. Cheryl spent the night before her mother died trying to track him down. The horse grew weak after Eddie neglected it following the death of Cheryl’s mother. Confronting nature in the wild, the three brothers learn to trust and depend on brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana.dockterman@time.com. The stowaway, needless to say, proves himself the pluckiest and most resourceful of the three. (Though the book never mentions whether the story was actually published and picked up by Harper’s, as the journalist suggested it would be.) The True Story Behind The Great Heist Really Is That Wild A team of thieves talked their way into a Colombian bank on a quiet Sunday morning. The hobo care-package she receives is also real and did indeed include a beer. This is the story of how the boys learned to understand and respect nature and its Much of Cheryl’s internal monologue during her therapy sessions is made into dialogue with her therapist in the movie. Directed by William Dear; written by David Michael Wieger; director of photography, David Burr; edited by O. Nicholas Brown; music by Joel McNeely; production designer, Steven Jordan; produced by James G. Robinson, Irby Smith and Mark Stouffer; released by Warner Brothers. In the movie, Cheryl says she does not know who got her pregnant. One of the most heart-wrenching scenes in the book is when Cheryl and Leif are forced to put down their mother’s sick horse. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our, Reese Witherspoon Isn’t Nice or Wholesome in. Some of the scenery is quite pretty. Cheryl got pregnant while experimenting with heroin. However, her problems did not end there: The boots were not shipped as quickly as she expected, and she was forced to hike on sandals to yet another stop before finally getting her new shoes. The definitive true story of Wild Bill, the first lawman of the Wild West, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dodge City. The Disastrous Swedish Approach to Fighting COVID-19, U.S. If ''Wild America'' is barely in touch with reality, it has a slick storybook charm that should appeal to children who like animals and enjoy the great outdoors. Here’s what was truth, as described by the memoir, and what was changed for the movie. He is the only actor in memory to have played Tom Sawyer (in the movie ''Tom and Huck'') as an inveterate junior high school flirt. In July 1865, "Wild Bill" Hickok shot and killed Davis Tutt in Springfield, MO―the first quick-draw duel on the frontier. Cheryl’s only family was her mother and brother. All Rights Reserved. When she finally found him and the two visited the hospital the next morning, their mother had already been dead for an hour. The adventure begins when the boys' father, a carburetor salesman, goes into debt to buy his oldest son, Marty (Scott Bairstow), a used 16-millimeter movie camera. To honor their connection to each other, the two got tattoos of horses on their arms. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, majesty and delightful charm of some of nature's most elusive and endangered creatures to audiences around the world. In the film, Cheryl has only one sibling, her younger brother Leif. WITH: Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Marshall Stouffer), Devon Sawa (Mark Stouffer), Scott Bairstow (Marty Stouffer), Jamey Sheridan (Marty Stouffer Sr.) and Frances Fisher (Agnes Stouffer). The True Story Behind Wild. Cheryl and Eddie grew particularly close during her mother’s sickness, but after she passed, Eddie remarried and grew distant. "> Wild, and That’s What Makes It Great, Trump's Debt Is a Threat, Ex Intel Officials Warn, Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know now on politics, health and more, © 2020 TIME USA, LLC. As shown in the movie, Paul does drive across the country to find Cheryl when a mutual friend tells him that his wife has been using drugs. There are encounters with an alligator and with a wild moose that scoops Marshall up on its antlers, and finally a confrontation with a cave full of hibernating grizzly bears (guarded by rattlesnakes and overseen by bats) that all wake up at the same moment and begin dancing in a circle. Warning: spoilers follow for Wild, both the book and the movie. Cheryl and Leif shot their mother’s horse. Still, the film closely parallels the book, mirroring Strayed’s bleak back story and her uplifting journey. Another character cut out from the movie is Joe, Cheryl’s boyfriend who gets her hooked on heroin. Paul disapproved from the habit and helped Cheryl quit, but she used again shortly before the hike. Cheryl’s boots did plague her throughout her hike, taking six of her toenails because they were too small. In the popular memoir … ''Wild America'' bills itself as inspired by the true story of the Stouffer brothers, who grew up to film a documentary series of the same name about rare and endangered species. In the book, Cheryl often dreams of her mother begging to Cheryl kill her and of her mother’s horse offering a bouquet of flowers to Cheryl, forgiving her for shooting him. In reality, Cheryl resisted the urge to call her ex the night before she began her hike. Cheryl fell into using heroin for a time between her mother’s death and her hike four years later. See the article in its original context from. This film is rated PG. Cheryl blames marrying too young and her own infidelity for their failed marriage. A nurse, thinking they had already been informed, approached them and told them they put ice on their mother’s eyes so she could donate her corneas. captured these remarkable creatures and moments on film for future generations to see and ''Wild America'' is rated PG. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer She walked in taped-together sandals to her next rest stop, where her boots were to be delivered. Their divorce (as reflected in the film) is largely amicable. They She feared that if she called Paul he would somehow divine that she had done drugs just days before. Cheryl missed her mother’s death while finding her brother. Cheryl asks Eddie to mercy-kill the horse, but he doesn’t. Cheryl spent the night before her mother died trying to track him down. The horse grew weak after Eddie neglected it following the death of Cheryl’s mother. Confronting nature in the wild, the three brothers learn to trust and depend on brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana.dockterman@time.com. The stowaway, needless to say, proves himself the pluckiest and most resourceful of the three. (Though the book never mentions whether the story was actually published and picked up by Harper’s, as the journalist suggested it would be.) The True Story Behind The Great Heist Really Is That Wild A team of thieves talked their way into a Colombian bank on a quiet Sunday morning. The hobo care-package she receives is also real and did indeed include a beer. This is the story of how the boys learned to understand and respect nature and its Much of Cheryl’s internal monologue during her therapy sessions is made into dialogue with her therapist in the movie. Directed by William Dear; written by David Michael Wieger; director of photography, David Burr; edited by O. Nicholas Brown; music by Joel McNeely; production designer, Steven Jordan; produced by James G. Robinson, Irby Smith and Mark Stouffer; released by Warner Brothers. In the movie, Cheryl says she does not know who got her pregnant. One of the most heart-wrenching scenes in the book is when Cheryl and Leif are forced to put down their mother’s sick horse. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our, Reese Witherspoon Isn’t Nice or Wholesome in. Some of the scenery is quite pretty. Cheryl got pregnant while experimenting with heroin. However, her problems did not end there: The boots were not shipped as quickly as she expected, and she was forced to hike on sandals to yet another stop before finally getting her new shoes. The definitive true story of Wild Bill, the first lawman of the Wild West, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dodge City. The Disastrous Swedish Approach to Fighting COVID-19, U.S. If ''Wild America'' is barely in touch with reality, it has a slick storybook charm that should appeal to children who like animals and enjoy the great outdoors. Here’s what was truth, as described by the memoir, and what was changed for the movie. He is the only actor in memory to have played Tom Sawyer (in the movie ''Tom and Huck'') as an inveterate junior high school flirt. In July 1865, "Wild Bill" Hickok shot and killed Davis Tutt in Springfield, MO―the first quick-draw duel on the frontier. Cheryl’s only family was her mother and brother. All Rights Reserved. When she finally found him and the two visited the hospital the next morning, their mother had already been dead for an hour. The adventure begins when the boys' father, a carburetor salesman, goes into debt to buy his oldest son, Marty (Scott Bairstow), a used 16-millimeter movie camera. To honor their connection to each other, the two got tattoos of horses on their arms. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, majesty and delightful charm of some of nature's most elusive and endangered creatures to audiences around the world. In the film, Cheryl has only one sibling, her younger brother Leif. WITH: Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Marshall Stouffer), Devon Sawa (Mark Stouffer), Scott Bairstow (Marty Stouffer), Jamey Sheridan (Marty Stouffer Sr.) and Frances Fisher (Agnes Stouffer). The True Story Behind Wild. Cheryl and Eddie grew particularly close during her mother’s sickness, but after she passed, Eddie remarried and grew distant. ">

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And near the end of the film, this wise child gets to deliver a stern lecture on values to his father (Jamey Sheridan), who is laid up in the hospital with a broken leg. Armed with their new toy, Marty and Mark set out into the wild blue yonder to film rare and endangered species, driving around the country in a battered old truck. As Marshall Stouffer, the youngest of three brothers, growing up in Fort Smith, Ark., in 1967, Mr. Thomas looks like a baby Brad Pitt and acts as though he had been born and brought up on the MGM lot in the 1930's, then whisked 60 years into the future with his Shirley Temple-meets-Mickey Rooney mannerisms intact. In reality, Cheryl also had an older sister, Karen. In real life, Leif disappeared while his mother was in the hospital. She had originally planned to complete her journey in Ashland, Oregon, which was just inside the Oregon border, but decided to continue to Washington. In 1992, a pair of moose hunters came across an old, rusted bus just outside of Denali National Park. Cheryl consents to leave with him only after she is threatened by a man with a knife. In the film, Cheryl calls her newly ex-husband Paul before she sets off on her journey, probably so that audience members will become familiar with Paul (who appears in many flashbacks throughout the movie) early on. The Wild movie true story reveals that Cheryl began her journey in Mojave, California and finished her 94-day trek at the Bridge of the Gods on the Oregon-Washington border. Eddie is a father figure to Cheryl and her siblings when they are young. They're barely out of town when Marshall, who has stowed away in the back seat, makes his presence known. One of her boots did tumble down a cliff, allowing her to chuck the other one after it, screaming profanities as she did. But its sugar-coated vision of childhood belongs strictly to the rural fantasy world of ''The Waltons'' and of vintage Saturday Evening Post illustrations. Marty has already amassed a backlog of 8-millimeter movies recording the pranks he and his brother Mark (Devon Sawa) play on their baby brother. TimesMachine is an exclusive benefit for home delivery and digital subscribers. Wild America: (Joel McNeely) While the tagline for this 1997 film claimed that it was based on a true story, you'd have a hard time believing that anybody would want to make a film based on the premise.Warner spent the money on it, though, and thus we're left with a ridiculously exaggerated and poorly executed depiction on how three brothers got their start filming wildlife. The new Reese Witherspoon movie Wild faced a major challenge as it headed to the big screen. At this point, ''Wild America'' simply reruns some of its livelier scenes. In the book, it was certainly Joe. The movie also removes their mother’s second husband, Eddie. each other and discover their calling -- to photograph America's wildlife in its unspoiled Very young children might be frightened by scenes of animals attacking people. … ''Wild America'' bills itself as inspired by the true story of the Stouffer brothers, who grew up to film a documentary series of the same name about rare and endangered species. In reality, she heard about the satisfaction guaranteed policy much later when the damage was already done to her feet. MORE: Reese Witherspoon Isn’t Nice or Wholesome in Wild, and That’s What Makes It Great. In the popular memoir of the same name, author Cheryl Strayed hikes the Pacific Crest Trail in hopes of finding ways to cope her mother’s death, her experimentation with heroin and her divorce. The interview forces Cheryl to question whether she is, technically speaking, homeless, since she is traveling alone and doesn’t have a house to call her own. Cheryl’s last phone call before starting her hike was to her ex-husband, Paul. inhabitants, many of which were facing imminent extinction in the late '60s. The 2007 movie "Into The Wild," a story of Chris McCandless's short adventure in the Alaskan wilderness, is a work of fiction; however, it is based on real events. Running time: 110 minutes. Marshall, who is three years younger than the actor playing him, is one of those Hollywood dream children; he is so preternaturally knowing that at the age of 12 he actually figures out how to fly an airplane without having had a lesson. majesty and delightful charm of some of nature's most elusive and endangered creatures to In the film, Cheryl finds out that REI will ship her new boots for free at one of her first stops on the trail. enjoy. settings. Cheryl then says Leif must shoot the animal. By signing up you are agreeing to our, Reese Witherspoon Isn't Nice or Wholesome in Wild, and That’s What Makes It Great, Trump's Debt Is a Threat, Ex Intel Officials Warn, Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know now on politics, health and more, © 2020 TIME USA, LLC. As shown in the movie, Paul does drive across the country to find Cheryl when a mutual friend tells him that his wife has been using drugs. There are encounters with an alligator and with a wild moose that scoops Marshall up on its antlers, and finally a confrontation with a cave full of hibernating grizzly bears (guarded by rattlesnakes and overseen by bats) that all wake up at the same moment and begin dancing in a circle. Warning: spoilers follow for Wild, both the book and the movie. Cheryl and Leif shot their mother’s horse. Still, the film closely parallels the book, mirroring Strayed’s bleak back story and her uplifting journey. Another character cut out from the movie is Joe, Cheryl’s boyfriend who gets her hooked on heroin. Paul disapproved from the habit and helped Cheryl quit, but she used again shortly before the hike. Cheryl’s boots did plague her throughout her hike, taking six of her toenails because they were too small. In the popular memoir … ''Wild America'' bills itself as inspired by the true story of the Stouffer brothers, who grew up to film a documentary series of the same name about rare and endangered species. In the book, Cheryl often dreams of her mother begging to Cheryl kill her and of her mother’s horse offering a bouquet of flowers to Cheryl, forgiving her for shooting him. In reality, Cheryl resisted the urge to call her ex the night before she began her hike. Cheryl fell into using heroin for a time between her mother’s death and her hike four years later. See the article in its original context from. This film is rated PG. Cheryl blames marrying too young and her own infidelity for their failed marriage. A nurse, thinking they had already been informed, approached them and told them they put ice on their mother’s eyes so she could donate her corneas. captured these remarkable creatures and moments on film for future generations to see and ''Wild America'' is rated PG. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer She walked in taped-together sandals to her next rest stop, where her boots were to be delivered. Their divorce (as reflected in the film) is largely amicable. They She feared that if she called Paul he would somehow divine that she had done drugs just days before. Cheryl missed her mother’s death while finding her brother. Cheryl asks Eddie to mercy-kill the horse, but he doesn’t. Cheryl spent the night before her mother died trying to track him down. The horse grew weak after Eddie neglected it following the death of Cheryl’s mother. Confronting nature in the wild, the three brothers learn to trust and depend on brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, Write to Eliana Dockterman at eliana.dockterman@time.com. The stowaway, needless to say, proves himself the pluckiest and most resourceful of the three. (Though the book never mentions whether the story was actually published and picked up by Harper’s, as the journalist suggested it would be.) The True Story Behind The Great Heist Really Is That Wild A team of thieves talked their way into a Colombian bank on a quiet Sunday morning. The hobo care-package she receives is also real and did indeed include a beer. This is the story of how the boys learned to understand and respect nature and its Much of Cheryl’s internal monologue during her therapy sessions is made into dialogue with her therapist in the movie. Directed by William Dear; written by David Michael Wieger; director of photography, David Burr; edited by O. Nicholas Brown; music by Joel McNeely; production designer, Steven Jordan; produced by James G. Robinson, Irby Smith and Mark Stouffer; released by Warner Brothers. In the movie, Cheryl says she does not know who got her pregnant. One of the most heart-wrenching scenes in the book is when Cheryl and Leif are forced to put down their mother’s sick horse. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our, Reese Witherspoon Isn’t Nice or Wholesome in. Some of the scenery is quite pretty. Cheryl got pregnant while experimenting with heroin. However, her problems did not end there: The boots were not shipped as quickly as she expected, and she was forced to hike on sandals to yet another stop before finally getting her new shoes. The definitive true story of Wild Bill, the first lawman of the Wild West, by the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Dodge City. The Disastrous Swedish Approach to Fighting COVID-19, U.S. If ''Wild America'' is barely in touch with reality, it has a slick storybook charm that should appeal to children who like animals and enjoy the great outdoors. Here’s what was truth, as described by the memoir, and what was changed for the movie. He is the only actor in memory to have played Tom Sawyer (in the movie ''Tom and Huck'') as an inveterate junior high school flirt. In July 1865, "Wild Bill" Hickok shot and killed Davis Tutt in Springfield, MO―the first quick-draw duel on the frontier. Cheryl’s only family was her mother and brother. All Rights Reserved. When she finally found him and the two visited the hospital the next morning, their mother had already been dead for an hour. The adventure begins when the boys' father, a carburetor salesman, goes into debt to buy his oldest son, Marty (Scott Bairstow), a used 16-millimeter movie camera. To honor their connection to each other, the two got tattoos of horses on their arms. "Wild America" is inspired by the true story of the adventurous Stouffer brothers, whose own documentary series of the same name has revealed the mystery, majesty and delightful charm of some of nature's most elusive and endangered creatures to audiences around the world. In the film, Cheryl has only one sibling, her younger brother Leif. WITH: Jonathan Taylor Thomas (Marshall Stouffer), Devon Sawa (Mark Stouffer), Scott Bairstow (Marty Stouffer), Jamey Sheridan (Marty Stouffer Sr.) and Frances Fisher (Agnes Stouffer). The True Story Behind Wild. Cheryl and Eddie grew particularly close during her mother’s sickness, but after she passed, Eddie remarried and grew distant.

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