Hunters wound a grizzly bear in a national forest in Alaska. Soon after, the wounded bear goes off and kills several other hunters, hikers, campers, the sheriff and a little boy scout. ... See full summary »

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Jason Evers ...
Jason Monroe
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Ben Jones, Forest Commissioner
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Henry Chico
Carla Layton ...
Chris Monroe
Glenn Sipes ...
Howard
Buck Young ...
Pilot
Myron Healey ...
Sheriff Drake
Buck Monroe ...
Buck Monroe
Wayne Lonacre ...
Gil Evans
Bill Ratcliffe ...
Marshal
Brian Russell ...
Local Reporter
Rand Carr ...
Radio Operator (as Randy Carr)
Robert E. Pearson ...
TV Reporter (as Bob Pierson)
Joe Shaw ...
TV Cameraman
Marvin Borgmier ...
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Hunters wound a grizzly bear in a national forest in Alaska. Soon after, the wounded bear goes off and kills several other hunters, hikers, campers, the sheriff and a little boy scout. Jason Evers sets out to stop it in the frozen plains of the Alaska mountains. Written by <Blythe379@cs.com>

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Was re-released in 1978 in Canada and Mexico as "Grizzly 2" in an effort to capitalize on the success of another similarly themed killer grizzly bear film a year before "Grizzly" (1976), which had performed exceptionally well worldwide. "Claws" is often times mistaken as the sequel to "Grizzly" because of its re-release title, but has no connection to the film, nor any connection to the real infamous lost sequel, "Predator: The Concert" (AKA: "Grizzly II: The Predator"). See more »

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Jason Monroe: [screaming into the mountains] You filthy murdering devil! Where are you? I'm going to kill you! You bloody murdering bastard!
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Why do people hate this movie?
13 January 2013 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

This is possibly the only good killer bear movie of its time. Most people who review appear never to have watched it all the way through, assuming it's just a watered down Grizzly. I mean, this isn't the best movie it could have been but it is still better. They used a real bear for most scenes instead of a lousy costume and the effects are just better. It's realistic to what bear attacks are like, and why one might start killing people. Heck, even the bear is a realistic height! Everything about this movie works (well, maybe not the trippy scenes with the old man...). It came out after Grizzly but improved on everything. There is no awesome man-on-bear fights in Grizzly, the end is stupid....I really hate that movie! It gets too much hype for what is just a bad Jaws rip-off. Try out Claws before Grizzly any day.


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