A fifteen-foot grizzly bear figures out that humans make for a tasty treat. As a park ranger tries rallying his men to bring about the bear's capture or destruction, his efforts are thwarted by the introduction of dozens of drunken hunters into the area. Written by
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One of the grizzly bear's victims was actress Susan Backlinie who had previously played the first victim of the shark in the famous opening sequence of Jaws (1975) the previous year. See more »
The rangers discuss that brown bear have been seen in the area but grizzlies are not know to be in the area. The fact is that grizzly bear and brown bear are the same species of animal. See more »
Well let me tell you a little story boy. A long time ago their was a tribe of Indians up here in these woods. They were all laying down in these parts... or something I can't remember. Any way these herd of grizzlies smelt them out. They came in an they ate them. They thorn them all up. Little children, sick ones everybody! Their were few braves to go out on the hunt. They came back and them grizzlies turned on them! So their you got yourself a little situation. A whole herd of man-eating ...
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I saw this in the theater when I was in the 3rd grade. At that age it made a big impression on me. The bear was ominous, frightening and powerful. Yes it was sort of a ripoff on 'Jaws'. But it still worked in its own way. It featured some taut actions scenes, and a gloomy style all its own. I watched it on late night TV many years later and still enjoyed it. Yea, it is a bit corny and lame for today's standards. But for me it's a trip down memory lane, and like all those other Horror movie aficionados, it has that 1970's charm that so few people appreciate. If I saw 'Grizzly' on TBS or some other network, I would assuredly watch it again.
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