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The Sasquatch Gang


Rated PG-13

Box Office: $0.0M


Boxart Format Release Date
Avm brfr53815 Blu-ray MOD
UPC: 889290453815
01/25/2016 Not Available

Release Dates

When Announced When Released
In Theaters December 07 2007
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On Blu-ray January 25 2016Now Available
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Product Details


Justin Long, Jeremy Sumpter, Rob Pinkston, Carl Weathers, Joey Kern, Stephen Tobolowsky, Veanne Cox, Jon Gries, Hubbel Palmer, Michael Mitchell, Jeff D'Agostino, Addie Land


Tim Skousen


Tim Skousen


When Gavin Gore and his three friends, Hobie, Maynard, and Sophie go for a hike up to Deer Cliff Falls, they discover some suspicious footprints and scat that they assume can only be from one source—Bigfoot. They quickly decide to alert police and the media of the find and start a small sensation in their town. Bullies make fun of Gavin and suggest the tracks are a hoax leading to a showdown that hinges on the authenticity of the footprints in the mud.

But even as Gavin and his friends seek to prove the validity of their own claims, their dimwitted neighbors Zerk (Justin Long) and Shirts are on a quest of their own to save their precious Pontiac Firebird from being repossessed by the bank. Zerk comes up with the idea that they should sell plaster casts made from the Bigfoot tracks online. All seems to be running smoothly until a self proclaimed Bigfoot expert comes to town to verify if the tracks are really from Bigfoot. Suddenly, the profitability of their operation is in jeopardy based on the diagnosis of Dr. Artimus Snodgrass, Sasquatch expert.

Is it a hoax? Will Zerk and Shirts save their precious car? Will Gavin get pummeled by bullies or will he be the victor and make out with the girl of his dreams? Find out for yourself in The Sasquatch Gang.




Rated PG-13
crude humor and language


88 Minutes


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