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In Search of Bigfoot (1976)

Not Rated | | Documentary | June 1976 (USA)
A documentary about the search for the legendary Bigfoot, a large humanoid creature (also known as Sasquatch) who is rumored to inhabit the forests of the U.S. Pacific Northwest.
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Lem Akin
Annie Autry
Don Autry
Don Blake
Patty Carter
Llewel Casey
John Crowder
Rene Dahinden ... Himself
Ted Ernst
Mary Jo Florey
John Green ... Himself
Laymond Hardy
Bob Irwin
Peter Lipsio
... Himself
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A documentary about the search for the legendary Bigfoot, a large humanoid creature (also known as Sasquatch) who is rumored to inhabit the forests of the U.S. Pacific Northwest.

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The Documented Proof of the Mysterious 'Bigfoot'

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Searching for Bigfoot
6 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

In Search of Bigfoot (1976)

** (out of 4)

This here is a mildly entertaining documentary that follows Bigfoot enthusiast Bob Morgan as he searches various locations including Mount Saint Helens in hopes of finding the legendary creature.

IN SEARCH OF BIGFOOT sounds like it might have been connected to the Leonard Nimoy series but it wasn't. This here was a stand-alone documentary that isn't the greatest film on the subject but at the same time I give it credit for being a serious look at the creature, the people who hunt it and as a document of those who have seen it.

I think the best thing this film has going for it is how it follows the believers as they search for the creature. Just look at Morgan's eyes at anytime during the picture when people are talking to him about what they have seen. There's just something in his eyes that shows the passion that he has for the subject as well as the desire to want to see for himself and track it down.

The film is best whenever we see Morgan simply talking about what he does and why he has such a need to find the creature. It should go without saying but we never get to see anything but I reckon that is to be expected. The film certainly feels a bit long at just 74-minutes but at the same time the characters are certainly interesting enough to make it worth watching.


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