Films: Trog (1970)

Alias: None

Type: Ancient

Location: Cave/Civilized area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: The swan song of Joan Crawford's career. A pity really, because when you have to explain to your actor friends that your last foray involved playing nanny to an unconvincing ape-man, chances are you won't be the life of the party.

History: Having lived in the caverns of England since the death of the dinosaurs, this troglodyte was uncovered by humans in the 20th century primarily for studying purposes. Doctor Brockton in particular does her best to teach him social graces and intelligence, and it seems to work a bit. Unfortunately, her rivals don't like the beast's presence, and set out to make him look bad.

Notable Kills: Nothing special

Final Fate: After being freed, Trog goes on a rampage across the countryside before retreating back to his cave. He's then shot up by the army and falls onto some stalagmites, killing him.

Powers/Abilities: Impressive strength.

Weakness: Anything conventional

Scariness Factor: 2-Savage-looking, yes, but you can tell it's a guy in a bad ape costume. Just look at his distractingly hairless arms and legs, and it won't be so hard to agree.

Trivia: -As we said before, this was the final appearance of Joan Crawford in a film. Aside from this, her popularity was already decreasing in the 30s, to the point where she was considered "box office poison".

-The footage of the dinosaurs in the film comes from a 1956 short documentary, "The Animal World".

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