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This film is definitely for those who want to see all the Big Foot/Yeti/Sasquatch films.
Maybe it is also for a Lance Henriksen completest, if there is one. With over 180 appearances, you would have to watch a lot of cable to achieve that status.
Certainly, seeing the Yellow Power Ranger, Cerina Vincent, was a treat. Or, maybe you wanted to see Little Opie's real father, Rance Howard. Let's not forget to mention former Miss Korea, Karen Kim, who was one of the robbers. 뜨거운 흡연!
Sasquatch is played by Tiny Ron, whose 7 ft height has to really limit his roles. I wouldn't imagine he would ever star with Kristin Chenoweth.
It tended to really drag in the second half, and there could have been a lot less talking, and a lot more Sasquatch action.
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