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The Son of Bigfoot ()


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A teenage boy journeys to find his missing father only to discover that he's actually Bigfoot.

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Secretary / Waitress (voice)
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Female Reporter / Mildred (voice) (as Jane Alan)
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Japanese Man #1 (AKA Asian Investor #1) (voice) (as Ron Allen)
John Allsopp ...
Agent 2 (voice)
George Babbit ...
Truck Driver (voice)
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911 Operator / Weecha (voice)
Tom Blank ...
Mr. Blakestone (voice)
Barrie D. Buckner Jr. ...
Garcia (voice) (as Barrie D. Buckner)
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Principal Jones (voice)
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Fat Dan / Tim / Tech Support Operator (voice)
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Charlie (voice)
Pappy Faulkner ...
Adam (voice)
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Tina (voice)
James Fredrick ...
Gate Guard (voice)
Victor Friedland ...
Prison Guard (voice)
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Road Block Agent / Forensic Expert (voice)
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Simpson (voice)
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Intern (voice)
Steve Kramer ...
President (voice)
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Japanese Man #3 (AKA Asian Investor #3) (voice)
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Trapper / Tom (voice) (as Joey Lotsko)
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Tony / Japanese Man #2 (aka Mr. Kobayashi) (voice)
Nicholas Marj ...
Dale (voice)
Domonic Paris ...
Guard Commander (voice)
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Bigfoot / Guard at Desk (voice) (as Chris Parson)
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Katrina (voice)
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White Rabbit (voice) (as Roger C. Smith)
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Wilbur (voice)
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Wallace Eastman (voice)
Shyloh Summer ...
Young Girl (Eva) (voice)
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Steve / PA System (voice) (as Joe J. Thomas)
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Shelly (voice) (as Lindsay Torrance)
Victor Weaver ...
Secret Service Agent / Guard #2 (voice)
Johnny Wesley ...
Billingsley (voice)
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Directed by

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Jeremy Degruson ... (as Jérémie Degruson)
Ben Stassen

Written by

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Bob Barlen ... (based on the original screenplay 'Son of Bigfoot' written by)
 
Cal Brunker ... (based on the original screenplay 'Son of Bigfoot' written by)

Produced by

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Bob Barlen ... co-executive producer
Cal Brunker ... co-executive producer
Olivier Courson ... executive producer
Jerome De Bethune ... associate producer: Belga Productions
Fabrice Delville ... associate producer: Belga Productions
Eric Dillens ... executive producer
Didier Lupfer ... executive producer
Vincent Philbert ... line producer (as Vincent 'Kmeron' Philbert)
Ben Stassen ... producer (produced by)
Christophe Toulemonde ... associate producer: Belga Productions
Patrick Vandenbosch ... associate producer: Belga Productions
Alain-Gilles Viellevoye ... financier
Cooper Waterman ... executive producer
Matthieu Zeller ... Distributor
Gina Gallo ... producer (uncredited)
Mimi Maynard ... producer (uncredited)
Domonic Paris ... producer (uncredited)
Caroline Van Iseghem ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Puggy

Cinematography by

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Jeremy Degruson
Ben Stassen

Casting By

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Gina Gallo
Mimi Maynard

Art Direction by

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Sylvie Lacroix

Production Management

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Gladys Brookfield-Hampson ... production executive
Vincent Philbert ... line producer
Nora Thomas ... assistant production manager
Caroline Van Iseghem ... cgi production manager

Art Department

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Charlotte Boisson ... characters & props designer / set designer
David Bols ... storyboard artist
Edwin Rhemrev ... set designer
Toby Schwarz ... storyboard artist
Olivier Senny ... character designer

Sound Department

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Sebastien Demeyere ... sound coordinator
Jean-Stephane Garbe ... re-recording mixer
David Gerain ... sound recordist
Simon Jamart ... sound recordist
Alexis Oscari ... foley sound engineer
Yves Renard ... supervising sound editor
Nathan Robert ... sound mastering engineer / sound mix technician
Héléna Réveillère ... foley editor
Luc Thomas ... re-recording mixer
Yigit Tok ... adr recordist: turkish

Visual Effects by

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Jee-Sung Cho ... character effects lead
Michel Collinet ... visual effects artist
Olivier De Cafmeyer ... environment artist
Boris De Moffarts ... compositor
Samuel Deroubaix ... compositing senior artist / lighting senior artist
Jerome Drese ... rigging supervisor
Roland Franck ... shading artist
Carlo Giesa ... character effects supervisor
Vincent Girès ... compositor
Othman Haddi ... lighting supervisor
Manon Marco ... fix animation artist
Oscar Mata ... lead lighter
Do Minh-Kin ... lead character fx technical director
Alexandre Neuville ... visual effects artist
Evers Olivier ... lead lighting artist
Rossana Pozzati ... lighting sr artist
Giuseppe Quaranta ... senior rigging td
Natarajan RajaRajaCholan ... character fx td
Aurelie Rosman ... compositor
Gregory Sery-Moron ... groom technical director
Philippe Tailliez ... stereoscopic supervisor
Dellisse Virginie ... lead compositor

Animation Department

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Lukasz Burnet ... animator
Luke Burnet ... animator
Sebastian Ciubuca ... animator
Evan Coolen ... animator
Rami Daoud ... animator
Joe Darko ... character animator
Dirk de Loose ... animation supervisor
Gabriel García Conde ... animator
Elien Kellens ... animator
Vincent Kesteloot ... layout artist
Q-Hyun Kim ... animator
Alissar Kobeissi ... animator
Jimmy Marteyn ... animator
Leandro Martins ... animator
Omid Rajabalipour ... animator
Gabriele Ranfagni ... animator: animation
Carlo Rotolo ... animator
Philippe Tailliez ... Layout supervisor
Sam Verschraegen ... animator

Music Department

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Ramin Djawadi ... featured musician: banjo / score producer (uncredited)

Additional Crew

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Raphael Angelo ... loop group
Kjelle Apers ... software engineer
Alexandre Bourg ... international publicity coordinator
Hugues De Keyzer ... software development supervisor
Debi Derryberry ... loop group
Terri Douglas ... loop group
Danny Fehsenfeld ... loop group
James Frederick ... loop group
Jessica Gee-George ... loop group
Steve Kramer ... loop group
Joel Labby ... technical supervisor
Lex Lang ... loop group
Yuri Lowenthal ... loop group
Jan Morrison ... production accountant
Millie Mup ... loop group
Joe Ochman ... loop group
Auguste Paris ... loop group
Damien Paris ... loop group
Domonic Paris ... voice direction
Donte Paris ... loop group
Oliver Paris ... loop group
Olivier Paris ... loop group
Ruymán Peraza ... software engineer
Kirk Thornton ... loop group (as Ron Allen)

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Teenage outsider Adam sets out on an epic and daring quest to uncover the mystery behind his long-lost dad, only to find out that he is none other than the legendary Bigfoot! He has been hiding deep in the forest for years to protect himself and his family from HairCo., a giant corporation eager to run scientific experiments with his special DNA. As father and son start making up for lost time after the boy's initial disbelief, Adam soon discovers that he too is gifted with superpowers beyond his imagination. But little do they know, HairCo. is on their tail as Adam's traces have led them to Bigfoot! Written by Studiocanal

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Also Known As
  • Bigfoot Junior (France)
  • Son of Bigfoot (United States)
  • Bigfoot Junior (Germany)
  • El hijo de Bigfoot (Spain)
  • Big Pai, Big Filho (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Box Office

Budget $30,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $46,372,519, 27 Jul 2017

Did You Know?

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Trivia Tribute to Better Call Saul (2015) on the advertising poster at 20:50. See more »
Goofs When Adam asks the truck driver to take him to his Dad's house, he says "Route 89" - when the piece of bark with his Dad's address on it clearly says 'Route 99'. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Son of Bigfoot (2018). See more »

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