Bigfoot 1970BIGFOOT (1970) – Bikers battle Sasquatch!This neglected landmark in Golden Turkey history unites nearly all the bad movie Mafia from the American Southwest in the 1960s and 70s and throws in Haji, Doodles Weaver and a few Mitchums for good measure.

Hell, I could swear one of the planes from Skydivers and Red Zone Cuba shows up as well. (Look at the FAA registration number)

This movie’s crowning choice in casting finds Balladeer’s Blog’s old buddy John “He’s probably even in the Zapruder Film if you look hard enough” Carradine along for the ride.

The cliques of Robert Slatzer, Coleman Francis, Tony Houston  and others are well-represented throughout this movie, with half the cast of The Hellcats turning up at some point.

Bikers, forest rangers, female skydivers, skinny-dippers and side-show con-men all run afoul of a VERY lame rendition of Bigfoot, a conflict climaxing in the funniest faux-explosion you’ve ever witnessed! 


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6 responses to “BIGFOOT (1970): BAD MOVIE REVIEW

  1. Dude! This flick is a hoot! I re-watched it in the not too distant past when I made a mini film-fest on the subject of bigfoot, yeti, Boogy Creek Monster, Florida Skunk Ape, etc.Gotta love it! Keep posting the fun stuff!

  2. Ernie

    Your Carradine joke made me lol

  3. Chas

    Too little Hadji in this movie.

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