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Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues (1984)

The Barbaric Beast of Boggy Creek, Part II (original title)
A professor and three of his students camp out in the wilderness to find a Bigfoot-type creature.

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Charles B. Pierce
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Charles B. Pierce ... Dr. Brian C. Lockhart
Cindy Butler ... Leslie Ann Walker
Chuck Pierce Jr. Chuck Pierce Jr. ... Tim Thornton (as Chuck Pierce)
Jimmy Clem ... Old Man Crenshaw
Serene Hedin ... Tanya Yazzie
Rick Hildreth Rick Hildreth ... Deputy Williams (as Rick 'Rock' Hildreth)
Don Adkins Don Adkins ... Otis Tucker
James Tennison James Tennison ... Store Keeper
Charles Potter Charles Potter ... Oscar Culpotter
Pat Waggoner Pat Waggoner ... Myrtle Culpotter
Charles Vanderburg Charles Vanderburg ... W.L. Slogan
Mack Pierce Mack Pierce ... Boat Renter
Minnie L. Sessum Minnie L. Sessum ... Old Lady in Store
Okley Williams Okley Williams ... Man in Store #1
Morris Williams Morris Williams ... Man in Store #2
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A professor and three of his students camp out in the wilderness to find a Bigfoot-type creature.

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The Legend Too Monstrous To Die...Surfaces Again See more »


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

December 1985 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Boggy Creek II See more »

Filming Locations:

Arkansas, USA See more »

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Production Co:

Arista Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

This is actually the third film of the 'Boggy Creek' series. Charles B. Pierce, director/producer of The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972), had no affiliation with the first sequel, Return to Boggy Creek (1977), so he decided to ignore it and make this as the official sequel. See more »

Goofs

When waiting for the girls at night, Tim calls Lockhart "Pop" (Chuck Pierce Jr., who plays Tim, is the real-life son of Charles B. Pierce, who plays Lockhart). See more »

Quotes

Professor Brian C. 'Doc' Lockart: I saw the little creature.
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Follows The Legend of Boggy Creek (1972) See more »

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Music by Ib Glindemann (as Dan Kirsten)
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What class were they taking?
20 September 2001 | by Aaron1375See all my reviews

Charles B. Pierce is a small time filmmaker who made a couple of films of note. One was The Town That Dreaded Sundown and the other was The Legend of Boggy Creek. He also made a sequel to Boggy Creek and then this one. So yes, he made three Boggy Creek films, but the third one is called the second one. This one would have the fortune or misfortune, of being featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000 and for good reason, it is kind of bad. Granted, it was more enjoyable than the second of the Boggy Creek films, which had a whole lot of nothing going on and the climax of the film was essentially the creature helping two kids out of the swamp. You never really got a good look at the creature in that one at all! Here, you see it from a distance right from the get go and you see it numerous times throughout. At least this time they were not afraid to show us the creature, who sadly is not quite as scary as Old Man Crenshaw!

The story has a professor at the University of Arkansas going into the swamps and muddy bottoms to try and track down the infamous Boggy Creek creature. He brings two of his students and a friend of the female student into the swamp to track down the creature. During the first portion of the film we are under constant assail from flashbacks! At one point, you get two nearly back to back. Then the girls go on a pointless misadventure, before the film reaches its climax at Old Man Crenshaw's place! They could have seriously made a film just featuring him as a berserk super hillbilly from hell that skins his victims alive and trying to mate with the females! Instead, we just get the Boggy Creek creature busting in and then leaving.

This film made a very funny episode of MST3K. It was really ripe for riffing and is funny throughout most of the episode. The only slow stretch was the two girls and their misadventure in the jeep as it just seems to go on forever. However, once they go to Crenshaw's place it picks up again. They make fun of the flashbacks in a funny bump segment and you can feel their pain as they watch the horrific tale of the man who was apparently a lawyer who cleans himself up with the Sears catalog.

So this film is pretty bad, but it does have a lot going on in it, unlike the second film that is not part two, even though it is! This one could have been better had they gone for an R rating as I would have loved to seen the frizzy haired girl go topless! However, I am guessing Charles B. Pierce would not have asked the girls to do that as I am betting he knew them quite well. His son is in the film too and there is a female Pierce in the film two. I think she is in the water at the beach as I know she was not one of the main girls. Pierce did show some flair in his earlier attempts at making films, but there is only so much one can do with what I am guessing is a very low budget. On the plus side, it did make for a very entertaining episode of MST3K!


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