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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 »

Connections

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

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A family film worth watching
1 June 2001 | by (Los Angeles, California USA) – See all my reviews

Little Bigfoot is a small but warm tale of a family trip that turns into a quest to save a small creature from a certain fate. The characters are well thought-out and acted. The writing is clever and the director did a great job at telling the story with a stylish touch. This film proves that you don't need to have several million dollars to create a good film. This film really does have something everybody, not just kids. The film's antagonists aren't just some stick figure villains you see in so many movies. They are real people concerned with real problems and their motivations stem from this. The kids are real. They aren't precocious. They are just real kids. One of the highlights is pre-Baywatch Kelly Packard. She's a tremendously underrated actress. She's not only great to watch but her performance is wonderful.


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