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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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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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A piece of garbage!
17 February 2005 | by See all my reviews

This is one of the worst movies I've been forced to sit through (I had to work on this movie as part of my job--I need to find a better job). The acting is terrible, and the bigfoots (bigfeet?) look like cheap gorillas. What's worse, they name the little bigfoot "Bilbo." I hope it doesn't remind me of this horrible film whenever I pop on the LOTR trilogy. I wonder what kind of garbage was passed over for a company to decide to make this movie. That there is a sequel to it scares me even more! The best part of the movie is seeing Nick (Lloyd from Seinfeld's "Serenity Now" episode) playing a cop. It's pretty laughable. Stay away from this unless you want to lose 92 minutes of your life.


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