Harry and the Hendersons (1987)

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Harry and the Hendersons
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TitleHarry and the Hendersons
Year1987
CountryUSA
GenreComedy (Movies)
CollectionMonsters
Run Time1h 51 min
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Following a camping trip in the nearby Cascade mountains, George Henderson drives home to suburban Seattle with his family when he hits a Bigfoot with his station wagon. Believing it to be dead and the key to fame and fortune, the family straps the creature to the roof of their car. A lone hunter tracking the creature discovers the Henderson’s damaged license plate. That night, George goes to the garage to examine the Bigfoot and discovers it was alive and has escaped. He finds the creature in the kitchen, having knocked over the refrigerator while looking for food. The family soon realizes that the creature is intelligent and overall friendly. The family bonds with the creature and George decides to return him to the wilderness. Naming the Bigfoot “Harry”, George tries to lure him into the station wagon with food, but Harry becomes upset and runs off.

Saddened, the family attempt to resume their normal lives, but sightings of Harry become more frequent as media fervor heightens. George tries to find Harry and visits the “North American Museum of Anthropology” to speak with Dr. Wallace Wrightwood, a supposed expert on Bigfoot. Giving his phone number to the museum clerk, George resumes his search. The legendary hunter turned Bigfoot tracker, Jacques LaFleur, finds the Henderson household. At work, George’s father asks him to make a poster of a vicious Bigfoot to drum up gun sales, but George throws the picture away, replacing it with a proper depiction of the peaceful Harry.

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Harry and the Hendersons
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Cast:

John Lithgow John Lithgow
George Henderson
Melinda Dillon Melinda Dillon
Nancy Henderson
Margaret Langrick Margaret Langrick
Sarah Henderson
Joshua Rudoy Joshua Rudoy
Ernie Henderson
David Suchet David Suchet
Jacques Lafleur
Lainie Kazan Lainie Kazan
Irene Moffitt
Don Ameche Don Ameche
Dr. Wallace Wrightwood
M. Emmet Walsh M. Emmet Walsh
George Henderson Sr.

Following a camping trip in the nearby Cascade mountains, George Henderson drives home to suburban Seattle with his family when he hits a Bigfoot with his station wagon. Believing it to be dead and the key to fame and fortune, the family straps the creature to the roof of their car. A lone hunter tracking the creature discovers the Henderson’s damaged license plate. That night, George goes to the garage to examine the Bigfoot and discovers it was alive and has escaped. He finds the creature in the kitchen, having knocked over the refrigerator while looking for food. The family soon realizes that the creature is intelligent and overall friendly. The family bonds with the creature and George decides to return him to the wilderness. Naming the Bigfoot “Harry”, George tries to lure him into the station wagon with food, but Harry becomes upset and runs off.

Saddened, the family attempt to resume their normal lives, but sightings of Harry become more frequent as media fervor heightens. George tries to find Harry and visits the “North American Museum of Anthropology” to speak with Dr. Wallace Wrightwood, a supposed expert on Bigfoot. Giving his phone number to the museum clerk, George resumes his search. The legendary hunter turned Bigfoot tracker, Jacques LaFleur, finds the Henderson household. At work, George’s father asks him to make a poster of a vicious Bigfoot to drum up gun sales, but George throws the picture away, replacing it with a proper depiction of the peaceful Harry.

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