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The Legend of Sasquatch (2006)

G | | Animation, Family | 2006 (USA)
The Davis Family - John, Khristy and Maggie - move in to a secluded log cabin in the mountains above Seattle. They soon discover a family of Bigfoot hiding nearby. When the Bigfoot and ... See full summary »

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John Davis (voice)
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Ranger Steve (voice)
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Khristy Davis (voice)
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Maggie Davis (voice)
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Dave (voice)
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Snarls a.k.a "Dawg" (voice)
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Momma Sasquatch (voice)
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Cletus McNabb (voice)
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Chief / Baby Sasquatch (voice)
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The Davis Family - John, Khristy and Maggie - move in to a secluded log cabin in the mountains above Seattle. They soon discover a family of Bigfoot hiding nearby. When the Bigfoot and Ranger Steve ask the Davis family for help the adventure of a lifetime begins. Written by Thomas Callicoat

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Legends Never Leave Us ... As Long As We Believe.

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Animation | Family

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A Lenda do Pé Grande  »

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Not the greatest film ever, but young children may like it.
1 September 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can see why this movie won the "Best Feature Film - Animation" award at the International Family Film Festival; little kids would enjoy this movie. However, if you're not a young child, then this movie probably won't be that awesome to you. The animation in this movie isn't very good; it's kind of choppy, and the two girls in it will take five seconds just to blink. The walk cycles are really weird, too. And yes, that big hairball on the movie poster is the "Sasquatch." The voice acting in this movie wasn't pulled off very well either; the voice actors of the main characters especially don't really have any expression in their voices. They just sound like they're reading a script. William Hurt voices the girls' father, and he whispers and speaks softly at inappropriate times. Yeah, I can't believe this is an actual movie. It looks more like a film by a college/animation student. I only gave this movie a two rather than a one because as terrible as this movie is, they somehow got award-winning actors like William Hurt, June Foray, and John Rhys-Davies to voice-act.


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