The Legend of Bigfoot (1976)

The Legend of Bigfoot (1976)

A documentary about the legendary creature, Bigfoot, with emphasis on him being the missing link.

The film follows real-life animal tracker Ivan Marx as he attempts to capture the legendary Bigfoot on film. His search takes him across the United States, culminating in him finally filming Bigfoot near a river. Throughout the film, Marx relates many stories about both Bigfoot and his own life as a tracker.


Speaking to the camera, Ivan Marx introduces himself and sets the next 80 minutes in motion. The film details his continent-spanning search for the elusive Bigfoot, with the help of his wife, Peggy, a small group of assistants, and his red Volkswagen. Along the way, Jean Shepherd-styled narration and peeping tom footage of mother nature welcome us into the deranged merry-go-round of Mr. Marx’s mind.

Directed by Harry Winer
Produced by Ivan Marx (executive producer)
Don Reese (executive producer)
Stephen Houston Smith (producer)
Written by Paula Labrot
Harry Winer
Starring Mike Burgo as Big foot
Music by Don Peake

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