Bigfoot has been left behind by his alien creators and is being adapted to life on Earth. But he is awoken prematurely by tests conducted by Hope Langston and goes on a rampage.

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Bigfoot has been left behind by his alien creators and is being adapted to life on Earth. But he is awoken prematurely by tests conducted by Hope Langston and goes on a rampage.

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9 October 1977 (USA)  »

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Hope Langston' facial features, overall appearance, and interest in primates is an obvious reference to famous primatologists Jane Goodall. See more »

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Bigfoot's "closeup facial shot of recognition" ("Is that you, my friend?") and several other closeup shots in the same sequence of Steve and the Sasquatch meeting again show far less head/facial hair than the wide-angle shots of the creature. See more »

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Col. Steve Austin: [having thrown Charlie and Jason up into a tree] I'll send the sheriff back with a couple of parachutes.
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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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Very Average Return Of Bigfoot
11 February 2018 | by See all my reviews

Bigfoot returns, but with no aliens around.

Season five began with elaborate two-parters that probably eat into the season budget and you get the feeling, to save costs, they did this rather low-key tale where Ted Cassidy (Bigfoot) spends the hour walking around the bush getting a headache all the time. He does not fight with anybody this time as these are the more family friendly later seasons of The Six Million dollar Man where violence is out.

The Bigfoot costume looked better in the previous episodes, in Bigfoot V he looks like a man in a monkey costume...blame it on the strong lighting here I guess.

The final two minutes only just make the hour worthwhile but this can best be described as rushed-in-production-looking 1970s TV. And if you missed the previous Bigfoot episodes you will have no idea what is going on here.


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