In "Ape Canyon" a lone Bigfoot (North America's Greatest Lover) roams the forests of the Pacific Northwest. He brings his gift of Red Hot Sasquatch Love to nature-loving ladies everywhere, whether they're hugging trees or simply camping and hiking. Bored waitress Darcy (Clover Lutter) had one unforgettable encounter and now she wants more. Night and day, she combs the woods for Bigfoot, calling to him, reciting love poems, and yearning for the wild, hairy touch of the beast who can satisfy her better than any man. Darcy's jealous husband Bill (Chris Henry) is also hot on the trail of Sasquatch, but he's coming with guns blazing. Time is running out for Bigfoot. Will Darcy win his heart before it's too late- or will the consequences of his untamed libido bring his wild ways to an explosive end?
The story of Bigfoot: North America's greatest lover!!
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13 October 2002 (USA)
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Originally the film ended with Bigfoot fleeing from Darcy's horrible poetry and leaping to his death from the edge of Ape Canyon. Devastated, Darcy jumped over the edge after Bigfoot. Director Jon Olsen and producer Trevor Guthrie traveled back up to Humboldt County from the Bay Area to shoot the new, improved ending. On the way their ride broke down, and they were forced to hitch-hike most of the 200 mile journey. The finished film, with the new ending, was completed less than a week later - just hours before its premiere at the Parkway Theater in Oakland, CA. See more
Sasquatch! I love you! Where are you! I won't hurt you! Unless you want me to! We'll move to Miami!