Day Of The Animals (1977)
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The depletion of the earth's ozone layer causes animals above the altitude of 5000 feet to run amok, which is very unfortunate for a group of hikers who get dropped off up there by helicopter just before the quarantine is announced.
A shocking vision of things to come...
Title: Day Of The Animals
Release Date: May 13, 1977
Runtime: 97 mins
All Genres: Horror, Thriller
Sound: 4-Track Stereo
IMDB Rating: 4.9
Buried.com Rating: 5.9 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With D
MPAA Rating: PG
Christopher George ...Steve Buckner
Leslie Nielsen ...Paul Jenson
Lynda Day George ...Terry Marsh
Richard Jaeckel ...Prof. Taylor MacGregor
Michael Ansara ...Daniel Santee
Ruth Roman ...Mrs. Shirley Goodwyn
Jon Cedar ...Frank young
Paul Mantee ...Roy Moore
Walter Barnes ...Ranger Tucker
Andrew Stevens ...Bob Denning
Susan Backlinie ...Mandy young
Kathleen Bracken ...Beth Hughes
Bobby Porter ...John Goodwyn
Michelle Stacy ...Little Girl
Michael Andreas ...Sheriff
Jan Andrew Scott ...Helicopter Pilot
Gil Lamb ...Old Man in Bar
Garrison True ...TV Announcer
Gertrude Lee ...Tucker's Wife
Mike Clifford ...
Walt Gorney ...Sam
Edward L. Montoro
Edward L. Montoro
Eleanor E. Norton
William W. Norton
More Movie Taglines:
- A shocking vision of things to come...
- For centuries they were hunted for bounty, fun and food... now it's their turn
- The terrifying movie of a world gone mad!
- This little girl has seen it... and she will never be the same again... She lived through the Day of the Animals!
- Something Is Out There....something so evil it paralyzes the soul.
- There's no place to hide on...The Day of the Animals
- Paul Jenson: Hey, hot shot. We're out of food. Steve Buckner: I know! Paul Jenson: Well, where's that food that's supposed to be around here? Steve Buckner: It's up ahead. Paul Jenson: You say. Steve Buckner: That's right. I say. Paul Jenson: You hear that, everyone? Hot shot says there's food up ahead. That is, if he's reading his map right. Well, what the hell, let's get going. I'm hungry. Steve Buckner: Okay Mr. Jenson. Get your ass in gear and let's go!
Paul Jenson: If there's a God left up there to believe in. My father who art in heaven you've a made a jack ass out of me for years. Neville's God, that's the God I believe in! You see what you want you take. You take it! And I am going to do just that!
Tucker's Wife: Tucker, I don't like going down without you!
Sam: God sent a plague down on us because we're just a bunch of no good fellers.
Daniel Santee: You know, when I was a boy, my father couldn't wait to get off the reservation. He even changed his name to Mr. White.
- Dialogue coach Garrison True plays a reporter on TV in the bar.
Susan Backlinie played the young swimmer who was the first victim to die at the beginning of Jaws (1975). In this film she plays the first victim to die.
This film was sometimes mistaken as a sequel to William Girdler's Grizzly (1976), mostly because it has basically the same plot, cause director, production and distribution company, producer and features Richard Jaeckel and Christopher George, who appeared in "Grizzly". There was a sequel written for "Grizzly called "Grizzly 2", but it never got past the script stage.
The "grizzly bear" that Leslie Nielsen fights is actually a docile honey bear.
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