Cry in the wild the taking of peggy ann is a 1991 american television movie directed by charles correll. The plot is based on the true story of the abduction of peggy ann bradnick by an ex-convict and ex-mental patient william diller hollenbaugh which took place in shade gap, pennsylvania on may 11, 1966. The film was first aired on nbc, on may 6, 1991, and was the most-watched primetime show of the week.
cry in the wild the taking of peggy ann m 1h 30min crime , drama tv movie the true story of a young womans abduction by a deranged loner that led to the largest manhunt in the history of pennsylvania, usa.
cry in the wild is based on the true story of a young womans abduction by a deranged loner, which led to the largest manhunt in pennsylvanian history. A mountain man, william diller hollenbaugh, kidnaps 17-year-old peggy ann bradnick, enacting his chilling plan to find himself a woman.
Cry in the wild the taking of peggy ann is a typically-executed tv movie of the 1990s, inevitably based on a true story. Peggy ann was a woman kidnapped by a hermit mountain man who turned out to be a crack shot with a rifle and who gave the guys hunting him a real run for their money.
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cry in the wild the taking of peggy ann (1991) bicycle pete (david morse) is a lonely and deranged backwoodsman living rough near the pennsylvania town of shade gap.