The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia is a 2009 documentary film directed by Julien Nitzberg, chronicling the White Family of Boone County, West Virginia. The film follows the White family for one year with first person interviews. The film mentions the details of the death of Donald Ray "D. Ray" White, the patriarch of the family. It also mentions D. Ray White's rise to stardom as one of the most famous mountain dancers of his time. Bertie May White, D. Ray's widow, is also featured; her illness is documented throughout the course of the film. Six of D. Ray and Bertie's thirteen children are featured in the film. A group of local professionals in Boone County speak of the Whites, acting as a Greek chorus. Most of them criticize the Whites and their negative influence on the community. The film received mixed-to-positive reviews, garnering a 63% "Fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes.