The Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas. Bigfoot of the Pacific Northwest. Few claim to have seen these links to our primitive past. But when a wild half-man/half-ape emerges from his countryside cave, TV cameras are there to observe the event - and the terror! People call him Trog, short for a prehistoric cave dweller called a troglodyte. To an anthropologist (Joan Crawford in her final film), he's the scientific discovery of the age. To others, he's walking death. A grocer is impaled on a meat hook, a car is tossed aside like a twig, a child is kidnapped - all after local resident Sam Murdock (Michael Gough) prods the brute into a blind rampage. In true horror tradition, the world's Murdocks leave no doubt who the real savages are - and who is the part-man, part-monster, all Trog!
Joan Crawford's 45-year career as a movie star came to an end with Trog (1970), about a resurrected caveman.
Dr. Brockton (Joan Crawford) attempts to debrief the injured caver Cliff (John Hamill) who has encountered the monster in Trog (1970).
Opening credits from Trog (1970) starring Joan Crawford.
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Screen legend and Academy Award-winner Joan Crawford ("Mildred Pierce," "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?") stars as an anthropologist who is convinced she has found the missing link when she locates a living troglodyte who survived the Ice Age frozen in a cave. She and her associates invite disaster when they release the primitive half-ape from the laboratory. Crawford's final film.
Few claim to have seen in our primitive past. But when a wild half-man/half-ape emerges TV cameras are there to observe the event and the terror!
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