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Little Bigfoot (1997)

PG | | Family | 17 June 1997 (USA)
Young Payton Shoemaker and his sister are the only ones who can save Little Bigfoot and his family from the ruthless logging company that sets out to eliminate them.

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Payton
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Carolyn
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Largo
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Lanya
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McKenzie
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Peter
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Sheriff Cliffton
Caitlin Barrett ...
Maggie
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Vinnie
Steve O'Connor ...
Charlie
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Red
Timothy D. Baker ...
Turnbull
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Cook
Randall Shiro Ideishi ...
McIntosh
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Logger #1
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Young Payton Shoemaker and his sister are the only ones who can save Little Bigfoot and his family from the ruthless logging company that sets out to eliminate them.

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A family vacation becomes an adventure of a lifetime!

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Rated PG for mild violence and language | See all certifications »
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17 June 1997 (USA)  »

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Baby Bigfoot  »

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As one of Largo's trucks drives off the bank and is about to crash into the water, there is clearly no driver. See more »

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Dedicated to the Supreme Being See more »

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Followed by Little Bigfoot 2: The Journey Home (1998) See more »

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Art Camacho's directorial style is unmatchable
2 July 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

We picked up Little Bigfoot at a Winn-Dixie supermarket. I can't believe that the store would have the utter gall and contempt for its customers to place Little Bigfoot in the bargain DVD bin. From the initial shot of the sneering, eye-patch-wearing logger to the subtle POV shot of sawdust from a logger's chainsaw falling on the camera lens, the director unflinchingly inserts every known movie cliché, only to skewer it in the next utterly unique shot. Our group of reviewers discussed the merits of the film well into the night; I have not had such an enjoyable movie experience since MST3K was canceled.

It is incomprehensible that a work of this magnitude should be followed by a sequel, but indeed Little Bigfoot II was released mere months later. Apparently the power of this one-two combination was too much for the producers, as we have not been treated to a third blockbuster installment.


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