Bigfoot in Pop Culture
Bigfoot and Sasquatch have become a big part of todays pop culture seen. Below are just a few examples of it's cult like following. Who knows where he will pop up next?
Bigfoot in Television
Saturday morning's Bigfoot & Wild Boy made every child want to hang out with Bigfoot.
In the 70's Bigfoot made his way to primetime television on multiple occasions. Several episodes of the highly popular Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman TV shows featured the hairy giant.
TV's In Search Of was many peoples first glimpse into the Bigfoot pheomenon. And opened the door for other shows like ...
The extremely popular Animal Planet's Finding Bigfoot, History Channel's Monster Quest and
Discovery's Expedition Bigfoot.
Bigfoot in Commercials
Bigfoot has been a TV spokesperson for years. Selling things like Pizza, Insurance, Real Estate, Gas, Car sales and the immensely popular Jack Link's Beef Jerky.
Bigfoot in Music
In 1976 "One Hit Wonder" Bro Smith released his single "Bigfoot" to the world of pop music. Released by brand label Big Tree Records and was only available on 45's. Oddly enough Bigfoot the creature has been seen by more people then people that have heard this song. Enjoy. Much like see Bigfoot, you will never forget hearing it.
Internet sensation Saxsquatch has shown social media just how cool a Sasquatch can be.
Click picture to go to Saxsquatchs website
Bigfoot in Sports
Bigfoot has made his home all over the
world and has even been spotted rutting on his favorite sports teams. Bigfoot and Sasquatch mascots have entertained fans for decades. Here are just a few...
"Squatch" is the basketball playing mascot for the Seattle Super Sonics.
"Strike" the Sasquatch is the mascot for minor league baseball's Northwest Arkansas Naturals.
"Douglas Furr" is the newest mascot. Making his debut for the Portland Trail Blazers in 2023.
In the 1980's the Portland Trail Blazers had sightings of this 8" tall creature at many of the games.
Bigfoot for Kids
Bigfoot toys come in all shapes and sizes' From soft huggable stuffed animals to board games. Comic book superheros to action figures. Major brand names like Fisher-Price, Kenner, Marvel Comics, WWE, Funko Pop and even toy giant Lego have all made millions off the fuzzy back of our woodsy friend.