Bigfoot in Film…Man Beast

This morning after a walk in the snow, I grabbed a hot coffee, relaxed and watched the movie Man Beast, a movie that asked the question, Are the yeti man or beast? It asked this question in 1956, and we are still asking it today in 2022, I was hoping we’d have this questioned answered and confirmed by this time.

In the movie , it showed that the yeti avoided detection by burrowing in the snow, covering itself up and blending in. I never thought of that. Ingenious! Could they have dug out holes they hide and blend into? It would definitely keep them warm and undetected. Would bigfoot do that also? Maybe we have to start aiming the equipment downward.

We’re so focused on looking for structures and nests that we really look at the mounds. Anyone in the forests enough has seen plenty of them.

Okay I digress, back to the movie…I was pleasantly surprised at how well this movie stood the test of time, and what’s more amazing was that costume! For 1956 it’s pretty darn good because at that time they made a lot of gems. If you’ve ever had a chance to catch the movie Ro-Man you’d understand just how fabulous this one really was.

The plot of the movie was about a woman played by Asa Maynor, desperate to find her brother who is on a expedition in the Himalayas looking for the abominable snowman. His sister is trying to get to him because his doctor had called to tell her that her brother’s test results were in, and if he goes to a certain elevation he’ll most likely die.

It goes a little off the rails when they start talking about breeding. I kind of just did a la, la, la thing but you could also fast-forward. Despite that bit of silliness I’m still recommending it. I think you should definitely check it out. I watched it on Prime but it is also on Tubi.
Have a great Wednesday!

Author: sasysquatchgirl

A Bigfoot and beyond blogger and Nature Photographer from New England. I spend a majority of my free time in the woods exploring for any signs the hairy man has been around and snapping some pics along the way. So if you’re following this blog, you’ll be the first to know if I see him...

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