History Film / Grizzly

24th Aug '17 6:09:32 PM TreatEaston
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** Nobody in this film, park rangers and hunters alike, bothers to carry any form of sidearm despite knowing they're hunting a dangerous bear. This means every-time a bear surprises someone they'll immediately accidentally drop their rifle and then be completely defenseless. This happens four times over the course of the movie, you'd think they'd have learned their lesson by then.
17th Jul '17 6:26:03 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* BearsAreBadNews: One of the earliest examples in the "Killer Bear" genre, though not the first.



* BearsAreBadNews: One of the earliest examples in the "Killer Bear" genre, though not the first.
20th Mar '17 6:09:30 PM Ardashir
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** Also, there's a [[SarcasmMode truly tasteful]] later scene in which we get to see a 10-year-old child get their arm torn off.

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** Also, there's a [[SarcasmMode truly tasteful]] later scene in which we get to see a 10-year-old child get their arm leg torn off.



* WouldHarmAChild: In a genuinely nasty scene for the time, a young child has their arm ripped off by the bear right on screen.

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* WouldHarmAChild: In a genuinely nasty scene for the time, a young child has their arm leg ripped off by the bear right on screen.
24th Nov '16 1:06:08 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* FollowTheLeader: There is little in this movie not directly lifted from ''Film/{{Jaws}}''. A comparison can be found [[http://www.bmoviegraveyard.com/reviews/G/Grizzly/ here]].
13th Sep '16 2:52:08 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in 1976, ''Grizzly'' was actually the most successful independent film made that year, raking in a shocking $30 million from a budget of $750,000. It was the most successful independant motion picture until two years later when Creator/JohnCarpenter made ''Film/{{Halloween|1978}}''.

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Released in 1976, ''Grizzly'' was actually the most successful independent film made that year, raking in a shocking $30 million from a budget of $750,000. It was the most successful independant motion picture until two years later when Creator/JohnCarpenter made ''Film/{{Halloween|1978}}''.
''Film/{{Halloween|1978}}'' two years later.
13th Sep '16 2:51:48 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in 1976, ''Grizzly'' was actually the most successful independent film made that year, raking in a shocking $30 million from a budget of $750,000. It was the most successful independant motion picture until two years later when Creator/JohnCarpenter made ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}''.

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Released in 1976, ''Grizzly'' was actually the most successful independent film made that year, raking in a shocking $30 million from a budget of $750,000. It was the most successful independant motion picture until two years later when Creator/JohnCarpenter made ''Film/{{Halloween 1978}}''.
''Film/{{Halloween|1978}}''.
13th Sep '16 2:51:20 PM Mdumas43073
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It's also notable that the film had a sequel produced in the '80s that was never finished or released, and which seemingly would never see the light of day. That is, until a very rough work print (without the bear footage, save for some scenes at the end featuring an animatronic) was thrown on the internet during the Creator/CharlieSheen craze in 2011, due to the film being one of the earliest roles for Sheen (as well as Creator/GeorgeClooney, believe it or not). Fan-Edits can be found around the net which often include bear footage to fill in the gaps.

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It's also notable that the film had a sequel produced was attempted in the '80s that was never finished or released, and which seemingly would never see the light of day. That is, until a very rough work print (without the bear footage, save for some scenes at the end featuring an animatronic) was thrown on the internet during the Creator/CharlieSheen craze in 2011, due to the film being one of the earliest roles for Sheen (as well as Creator/GeorgeClooney, believe it or not). Fan-Edits can be found around the net which often include bear footage to fill in the gaps.
13th Sep '16 2:50:34 PM Mdumas43073
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It's also notable that the film had a sequel produced in the '80s that was never finished or released, and which seemingly would never see the light of day. That is, until a very rough work print (without the bear footage, save for some scenes at the end featuring an animatronic) was thrown on the internet during the Creator/CharlieSheen craze in 2011, due to the film being one of the earliest roles for Charlie Sheen (as well as Creator/GeorgeClooney believe it or not). Fan-Edits can be found around the net which often include bear footage to fill in the gaps.

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It's also notable that the film had a sequel produced in the '80s that was never finished or released, and which seemingly would never see the light of day. That is, until a very rough work print (without the bear footage, save for some scenes at the end featuring an animatronic) was thrown on the internet during the Creator/CharlieSheen craze in 2011, due to the film being one of the earliest roles for Charlie Sheen (as well as Creator/GeorgeClooney Creator/GeorgeClooney, believe it or not). Fan-Edits can be found around the net which often include bear footage to fill in the gaps.
13th Sep '16 2:50:08 PM Mdumas43073
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It's also notable that the film had a sequel produced in the 80s that was never finished or released. It seemed that the sequel would never see the light of day. That is, until a very rough work print (without the bear footage, save for some scenes at the end featuring an animatronic) was thrown on the internet during the Creator/CharlieSheen craze in 2011, due to the film being one of the earliest roles for Charlie Sheen (as well as Creator/GeorgeClooney believe it or not). Fan-Edits can be found around the net which often include bear footage to fill in the gaps.

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It's also notable that the film had a sequel produced in the 80s '80s that was never finished or released. It seemed that the sequel released, and which seemingly would never see the light of day. That is, until a very rough work print (without the bear footage, save for some scenes at the end featuring an animatronic) was thrown on the internet during the Creator/CharlieSheen craze in 2011, due to the film being one of the earliest roles for Charlie Sheen (as well as Creator/GeorgeClooney believe it or not). Fan-Edits can be found around the net which often include bear footage to fill in the gaps.
13th Sep '16 2:48:41 PM Mdumas43073
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