The Making of 'The River Wild'

Genre: Action

Oh, yeah?

This is a pretty tough river.

She used to be a guide here.

She wants me to go down the river

before it gets polluted.

What about your daddy?

He had to stay home and

do one of his stupid drawings.

Too bad.

Is that your mom?


I'm Wade.

What's your name?

- Roarke.

- Good to meet you, Roarke.

Mom! Mom!

This is Wade.

- He's goin' down the river too.

- Hi, Wade. I'm Gail.

Great idea, showing Roarke the river

before they ruin it.


- Come on! We gotta go!

- Be right there.

He tells me you used

to be a guide here.

Oh! About 150 years ago.

You must know the river

pretty well, then.

- Well, I used to.

- How far you going?

End of the line, Bridal Creek.

Oh, yeah? Us too.

- Oh, great.

- Come on, Wade! We're dyin' here!

I wish I were going with you guys.


Here you go, Roarke.

Keep the sun

out of your eyes.

Wow! No way!

- What do you say, Roarke?

- Oh, yeah. Thanks.

Well, uh, see you

on the river, I guess.

I don't know.

We're gonna be goin' fast.

- Let's go, Wade!

- I'm comin'. I'm comin'.

I said the right oar!

- Okay, the right one!

- Yeah! Take it!

Get off my damn foot!

It'll be a long haul

with him at the oars.

Guy in back

knows what he's doing.

Frank used to be

a guide on the Colorado.

- Push with both oars!

- It's Dad!


Is this where you sign up

for river rafting lessons?

I got a dry jacket

and a pair of reef walkers.

The guy at the camping store

said that's all I'll need.

What happened to Mr. Selvaggio?

I brought him with me.

Let's go boys.

One... two... three.

Let's do it!

Jump on!

- Bye-bye, Mommy!

- See you at Bridal Creek!


Whoa! That's it!

I love you too!




It's beautiful.

- Yeah.

- Really.

Okay, sweetie,

put your helmet on, please.

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