|Location:||Tarker's Mill, Maine|
|Known relatives:||Donna Sturmfuller|
|1st appearance:||Cycle of the Werewolf|
|Actor:||James A. Baffico|
Milton "Milt" Sturmfuller is a fictional a-hole and a minor character featured in the 1983 novella Cycle of the Werewolf. He also appeared in the 1985 film adaptation of the book, Silver Bullet, where he was played by actor James A. Baffico.
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Milt Sturmfuller was a crude-looking man with dark hair, a mustache & beard, and an otherwise unkempt appearance. He lived in Tarker's Mill, Maine and was the husband of Donna Sturmfuller. He had a daughter named Tammy.
One day, a crippled boy in a motorized wheelchair named Marty Coslaw, accompanied Tammy home from school. Milt hung outside the doorway of his home and yelled for Tammy to get inside. Under his breath, he voiced his displeasure at Marty's physical state, indicating that cripples are a financial drain on the system and should all be put in the electric chair. Sweetheart of a guy, isn't he?
That night, Milt was kicking back some beers and watching some "rassling" on television. He heard some strange noises coming from the greenhouse on his property. Grabbing a shotgun, he went out to investigate, whereupon he was killed by a werewolf named Lester Lowe.
Notes & Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The character of Milt Sturmfuller was created by author Stephen King.
- In the novel, Milt Sturmfuller was the town librarian and a wife beater. In the film, Milt's occupation is never revealed. It is also unclear whether or not he is a wife beater (though he does wear a "wife beater"). Given his demeanor, it would not be out of sorts to imagine him capable of this type of behavior.
- It is possible that Milt Sturmfuller may have been an alcoholic. In Silver Bullet, he is shown drinking several beers, though this is hardly an indication of an alcohol problem.
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