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Wildflower (3-Dec-1991)

Director: Diane Keaton

Writer: Sara Flanigan

From novel: Alice by Sara Flanigan

Music by: Jon Gilutin; Kenny Edwards

Producer: Carroll Newman

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Patricia Arquette
8-Apr-1968   Allison Dubois on Medium
Susan Blakely
7-Sep-1952   A Cry For Love
Beau Bridges
9-Dec-1941   The Fabulous Baker Boys
William McNamara
31-Mar-1965   Beggars and Choosers
Collin Wilcox Paxton
4-Feb-1935 14-Oct-2009 To Kill a Mockingbird
Reese Witherspoon
22-Mar-1976   Legally Blonde


Beau Bridges   ...   Jack Perkins
Susan Blakely   ...   Ada Guthrie
William McNamara   ...   Sammy Perkins
Reese Witherspoon   ...   Ellie Perkins
Patricia Arquette   ...   Alice Guthrie
Norman "Max" Maxwell   ...   Ormand Guthrie
Collin Wilcox Paxton   ...   Bessie Morgan
Richard K. Olsen   ...   Doc Murphy
Allison Smith   ...   Lisa Mae
Heather Lynch   ...   Bertha
Robert Priester   ...   David Butler
Randy Williams   ...   Cletus
Rick Warner   ...   Minister
Charles McLawhorn   ...   Mayor
Edward Michael Hewett   ...   Ike
Michael Holtan-Murphy   ...   Roommate
Ennis Atkins   ...   Old Man
Mary Page   ...   Church Girl


Review by anonymous (posted on 22-Apr-2005)

I have, of course, a biased opinion on this film. I had the luxury of reading the book long before the film debuted. I remember my grandmother writing during any free time she had. She had taken care of others and cleaned houses and apartments in the midst of authoring the book that would become the film that the world knows. She has a gift for the written word that I only hope to acheive on a level 1/4 of what she has. The setting, rural 1940's, and the characters, Ellie, Sammy, and especially Alice were all portrayed excellently by the cast. I enjoy, to this day, rereading the novel and from time to time, viewing the movie again. I hope that my comments aren't a complete surprise. --Heather Evans Tucker, GA

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