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Trivia / Boggy Creek 2: The Legend Continues

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  • Blooper: The deer carcass removal scene has Dr. Lockhart calling Tim's actor by his real name.
  • Canon Discontinuity: Despite it being called Boggy Creek II, this is actually the third film, preceded by Return to Boggy Creek. Charles B. Pierce clearly didn't want audiences to remember the previous film, especially since it was made without his input.
  • Creator Backlash: Charles B. Pierce considered this his worst film and was especially critical of his own performance. His main motivation for making the film was the production of an unauthorized sequel to his original The Legend of Boggy Creek without his participation, and he wanted to reclaim rights to the franchise. Pierce commented that "This time, I spent almost as much on the creature suit as I did on the film itself."
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  • Playing Gertrude: It's not clear exactly how up in years Crenshaw is supposed to be, but everyone talks about him as if he's absolutely ancient, while Jimmy Clem himself was a fairly youthful-looking 52 during filming. Seeing him being called "old man" by the equally indeterminately-aged Lockhart, who somehow appears even older than him (and Pierce was six years his junior at the time), is rather jarring.
  • Production Posse: Jimmy Clem (Old Man Crenshaw) appeared in all but one of Charles B. Pierce's films. Cindy Butler (Leslie) had a major role in The Town That Dreaded Sundown and was Pierce's girlfriend for a time.
  • Real-Life Relative: The actor who played Tim was the son of the actor who played Dr. Lockhart.


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