Wild America Widescreen & Fullscreen for DVD
Marty, Mark, and Marshall Stouffer are three brothers in the 1960s who went not helping their father, Marty Sr. and his carburetor business, are out making home movies. While the twelve-year old Marshall must deal with being the subject of his older brothers' experimental films, he often secretly and subtly retaliates against them. When Marty is shown a professional film camera, however, he gets the idea of 'shooting' wildlife and capturing America's wild animals on film before they're killed off. Their dad reluctantly agrees to let Mark tag along on Marty's adventure, but little do they, or their mother know that Marshall is a stowaway in their truck until they're too far away to return him. From that point on, the brothers experience life on their own, as well as encounters with a alligator, moose, and a cave of hibernating bears that only challenge their film making skills, but their safety as well.