Films: Bigfoot (1970)
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.
Summary: Stop trying to fool us, movie. If King Kong figured out that this guy was trying to steal his thunder, he wouldn't give him much of a thought, to be honest.
History: The Bigfoot of the Californian forests has been feeling quite lonely. Sure, he has a lot of his kind to keep him company, but he'd sure like some nice human mates to stick around. So he gets his kids to gather some. Not the best methods for hooking up, really.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: Eventually, Bigfoot is shot several times before staggering away. Then they chuck dynamite his way. Whether he dies is ambiguous, but the rest of his kind are sent packing.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-We don't see him very often, and his little buds look too much like homeless Wookies to be intimidating. And no, he does not assault awesome bikers like in the poster. Bikers, yes. Legitimate fear, no.
Trivia: -Of all the places in North America, the pacific northwest is the most frequent place for Bigfoot sightings.
-The roughest measurements for Bigfoot's prints are two feet in length, and eight inches in width.