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Director  Bill Rebane
Country  United States
2.4/10 IMDb

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Language  English
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Release date  November 23, 1979 (1979-11-23)
Writer  Ingrid Neumayer (original screenplay), Bill Rebane (original screenplay), John F. Goff (additional dialogue)

The Capture of Bigfoot (aka The Legend of Bigfoot) is a 1979 horror film from Bill Rebane, the director of Monster A-Go-Go. Produced and originally released by Studio Film Corp, the film was re-released in 2010 by Troma Entertainment.

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The creature known as Bigfoot has managed to elude capture for more than 25 years and a small town has made a cottage industry out of local Bigfoot sightings and merchandising. When a businessman decides to trap Bigfoot once and for all so that he can benefit, the town may ultimately lose the tourist profits that have filled the town's coffers.

Reception

In his book All I Need to Know about Filmmaking I Learned from the Toxic Avenger, Troma president Lloyd Kaufman lists this film as one of the five worst Troma films ever distributed (along with Croaked: Frog Monster from Hell, also directed by Bill Rebane). Shot in Gleason, Wisconsin, the film's closing credits attribute "wardrobe" to Kmart.

References

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