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||IMDB Rating: 3.4/10 from G votes
||Release: 01 Jan 1976 /
||Director: Harry Winer,
||Synopsis: A documentary about the legendary creature, Bigfoot, with emphasis on him being the missing link.
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Nearly every point of the featured review by Gavin Schmitt (see main
page for this movie) is amazingly shortsighted. Schmitt called this
film "pointless and boring." In fact, the footage is stunningly
beautiful. We see wildlife footage rarely seen. Most of it dating to
the 1950s. Near the beginning of the film, we see Marx's wife turn a
page on a calendar, it is 1951. Data point.
Ivan Marx has been all over North America, from the southwest desert to
north of the arctic circle in both Alaska and the Yukon. He filmed
spectacular scenes of wolves, mountain lions, musk ox, mountain goats
eating dirt, and the biggest bull moose I have ever seen. I have seen a
lot of moose, this one truly was the "monarch".
I think someone like Schmitt might be considered sensationalist, he's
probably looking for closeups, DNA testing, incontrovertible proof.
Beyond that, nature seems to actually bore him. How can you be, on the
one hand, interested in the subject of a wild creature, as is the
supposed big foot, but on the other hand find nature boring? I am
reminded of a Japanese soldier who was discovered living on a South
Pacific island in the 1970s, and hadn't quite realize the war had
ended, though he suspected it. When he returned to Japan, he was
startled by youth's loss of appreciation for nature. I think this movie
shows a lot of the nature that probably doesn't exist any more. Even
during the filming, Marx showed habitat loss in Alaska, with the
beginning of the building of the Alaska Pipeline. Back to the Japanese
soldier, who was saddened by a loss of sensitivity to nature. "Nature
is never boring," he said, in a translated quotation.
Anyway, it seems to be a contradiction to be interested in the bigfoot,
but disinterested in its living habitat.
What I am driving at is how remarkably Marx does what other bigfoot
documentaries fail to do, and that is actually get to bigfoot by
sensitizing himself to the habitat and living patterns of wild life, in
general. Most bigfoot hunting documentaries seem disproportionately
focused on the actual creature, which happens to exist within a wild
context. The wild life, in other words, is almost always secondary and
incidental. Marx's psychology is superb. Like a detective, he uncovers
what makes the bigfoot tick, and maps out a probable migration pattern,
follows it, and proves his hypothesis.
To those who blindly zero in on the bigfoot by isolating it from its
relationship to wildlife, you remind me of another reviewer who said
something about being an "armchair" sasquatch hunter. That armchair is
the problem. This documentary has nothing to do with armchairs, it is a
naturalist providing us with a naturalist's view of the nature; it is
As for the actual bigfoot images we see, I am undecided, but in the
main I think they are authentic. Here's why: Not a whole lot about this
film seems staged. Marx gives me an impression of being the
salt-of-the-earth type, an exemplary tracker. The style is that 1950's
"Ward Clever" or Roy Rogers style of narration. While Marx is
impassioned, albeit in a simple, country way, he is also
anti-sensationalist. I can tell Marx is a genuine animal lover, as he
stated in the beginning that he only tracked and shot animals that were
real problems to ranchers and people. I can totally identify with this
character, everything about him strikes me as reminiscent of such
people I have met in my own life. The tons of footage on other animals
is not only interesting and beautiful to look at, but relevant, as
well. He wants us to see the bigfoot as we see other wild creatures.
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