Films: Yeti: Giant of the 20th Century (1977)
Location: Tundra/Forest/Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of a large crane.
Summary: Kong sure has a lot of pretenders. But at least this one has a bit of originality going for him. Aside from that, he's not that bad of a guy, it's just that his life seems to be going on autopilot.
History: Thawed out of the tundra, this near-frozen yeti was brought first and foremost to the public to be awakened. Unfortunately, every single time he's introduced to a crowd, something pisses him off, and he stomps around in anger. However, there are some humans who admire his company, and vice versa. A particular equal of the Yeti is a collie that won't stop barking at him. However, there are those who would see the Yeti dead, no matter what.
Notable Kills: Snaps a guy's neck with his toes. If the snap didn't kill him, the stench certainly did.
Final Fate: After going postal for a bit, the Yeti is confronted, but the people who saved it previously manage to convince it to go back to the tundra to sleep again. Maybe someday, the world will be ready for giants again...
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-Altogether, the Yeti is a gentle giant, and likes to make friends, being an inquisitive and empathetic creature. That said, should someone piss him off, there will be lots of destruction and death. Oh, and that specific Yeti nipple scene will forever be burned into our skulls.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Ice Man" and "Big Foot".
-Other terms for the Yeti aside from "Abominable Snowman" include the Miche (man bear), the Dzu-teh (cattle bear), the Migoi (wild man), the Mirka (also wild man), and the Kang Admi (snow man).