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« on: November 15, 2017, 09:10:06 PM »

Our story begins with a very beautiful woman (Joi Lansing) piloting a light plane over some mountainous area. Here engines start to sputter-so she bails out-right into the arms of-(cut to title) BIGFOOT!
There's not much story here. John Carradine and his cousin are 2 hick mobile junk peddlers who team up with some guys and gals on motorcycles to rescue a girl kidnapped by a family of Bigfoots. Bigfeet? Whatever.  The girl is tied up with Joi to posts like in the old western movies and assume that they were captured for breeding purposes,being as a little Bigfoot seems to be a half bred human/Bigfoot.
Never happens. In fact not a hell of a lot does happen. No one dies, there's no blood or gore, no nudity, and precious little action.

So-why did I even bother to review this thing?
Well-the cast is interesting.
Along with the stunning Joi Lansing and the hammy John Carradine (who has some funny lines) you have-

.John Mitchum-Who plays Carradine's cousin Elmer. Robert Mitchum's younger brother. He later went to to appear in 5 Clint Eastwood films.
.James Craig-Plays the Sheriff. He starred in the Ed Wood written opus the the REVENGE OF DR.X (aka VENUS FLYTRAP) the same year.
.Christopher Mitchum- As a biker .Robert Mitchum's son.
.Ken Maynard-As the storekeeper. He wears a big cowboy hat and has a poster on the wall from an old western movie that stars-who else? Ken Maynard!
.Doodles Weaver-As a park ranger.
.Haji-Of FASTER,p***yCAT,KILL! KILL! fame as a biker chick.

Is there any other reason to watch this?
 No. None at all.

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« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2017, 10:01:54 PM »

Thanks for saving me the trouble!! LOL   TeddyR

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