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Little Bigfoot 2: The Journey Home (1998)

PG | | Family | 24 March 1998 (USA)
A single father and his children come to Little Bigfoot's rescue when a wealthy landowner hunts him down, hoping to use him as a profitable circus attraction.

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Derby Ferris
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Brian Ferris
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Mike Holliday
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Cavendish
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Ranger Tasker
Melody Clarke ...
Shelly Ferris
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Aiyana Stillwater (as Erika Page)
Mark S. Brien ...
Mingan (as Mark Steven Brien)
Chuck Borden ...
Leonard
Kelly Hirano ...
Owen
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Art Torres
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Artie
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Lionel
Dani Shear ...
Mother in Candy Store (as Daniella Sando)
Kevin LaRosa ...
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A single father and his children come to Little Bigfoot's rescue when a wealthy landowner hunts him down, hoping to use him as a profitable circus attraction.

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Rated PG for mild adventure violence, language and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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Férias do Barulho  »

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A Fast paced family adventure
1 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

From the opening aerial shots you can see that you are in for a rapid rollercoaster ride. This sequel takes up where Little Bigfoot left off. This time a dysfunctional family led by Dad (Stephen Furst), goes to the wilderness to bond. His kids and their hilariously funny friend have other things in mind. The action scenes in the film are matched by the comedic touches the actors bring to their roles. The high paced action and comedy is tempered with real Native American concerns and this ads a touch of humanity to the film. One of the best things in the film is the Cast and Directing. They manage to breath life into an average script. This film is definitely worth seeing.


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