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Grizzly Poster.jpg
Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by William Girdler
Release Date 1976
Studio Film Venture International
Distributor Columbia Pictures
Main Cast
Character Actor
Michael Kelly Christopher George
Don Stober Andrew Prine
Arthur Scott Richard Jaeckel
Allison Corwin Joan McCall
Charley Kittridge Joe Dorsey

Grizzly is a 1976 horror film that centers around a 15-foot tall grizzly bear (Even though the poster says 18 feet, the film confirms the bear to be 15 feet tall) terrorizing campers in a national forest. The film's cast includes Christopher George, Andrew Prine, Richard Jaeckel, Joan McCall, and Joe Dorsey, and was directed by William Girdler, who would go on to direct another animal attack film in 1977's Day of the Animals. Grizzly was made to cash in on the "giant animals attack" craze of the mid to late 1970s that began with the Spielberg film Jaws (1975). A sequel titled Grizzly II: The Predator was filmed in 1983 in Hungary, with Joan McCall reprising her role, and featured John Rhys-Davies, along with early roles for George Clooney, Charlie Sheen, and Laura Dern. However, the film suffered financial issues and the producer had fled with the film's funds, leaving the film unreleased. The original workprint has been bootlegged and can be found on the internet, with all footage of the bear missing (as the majority of its scenes had not yet been filmed).

The following weapons were used in the film Grizzly:


M1917 Enfield

Ranger Tom (Tom Arcuragi) is seen using an M1917 Enfield against the bear when it attacks him in a fire tower. A lone hunter (David M. Holt Jr.) also uses an Enfield, but drops the rifle when he encounters the bear (he gun then mysteriously transforms into a lever-action rifle).

M1917 Enfield -.30-06
Ranger Tom desperately trying to gain balance as the bear tears down the fire tower.
The lone hunter with his Enfield.

Winchester Model 1912

In the enormous mob of hunters tracking the grizzly, two men are seen with Winchester Model 1912 shotguns.

Winchester M1912 in 12 gauge.
The man in the middle (With denim jacket), and the man in the blaze orange sweater are wielding Winchester Model 1912 shotguns

Unknown Over Under Shotgun

A man is seen with what appears to be a Over & Under Shotgun Double Barreled Shotgun of unknown make.

Browning O/U - 12 gauge.
The hunter to the left is armed with an over-under shotgun. The man also seems to have poor taste when choosing outfits.
Another still of the hunter with his over-under shotgun.

Winchester Model 1894

A Winchester Model 1894 is seen in the hands of many hunters and rangers. Arthur Scott (Richard Jaeckal) also uses a Winchester Model 1894, which uses custom-made tranquilizer rounds.

Winchester 1894 - .30-30.
A ranger armed with a Winchester Model 1894.
The lone hunter's Enfield changes in a Winchester 1894 when he drops it.
The ranger again, armed with a Winchester 1894.
A hunter armed with a Winchester 1894.
Scotty brandishing his Winchester moments before his horse gets decapitated by the Grizzly.
Another ranger armed with what could be a Winchester 1894, but it is too dark to confirm.

Winchester Model 70

The Winchester Model 70 appears to be standard issue to the park rangers, and many hunters also use them. Michael Kelly (Christopher George) and Don Stober (Andrew Prine) are also armed with bolt-action rifles.

Pre-1964 Winchester Model 70 - .30-06.
A ranger with his Winchester Model 70.
Another ranger armed with a Winchester Model 70.
Michael Kelly with his Winchester Model 70, nearly killing Scotty after mistaking him for the grizzly.
Kelly turns off the safety to his Winchester Model 70, after the grizzly goes after a deer carcass. However, the noise startles the bear and it takes off.
Don uses his Winchester Model 70 as a club as the bear charges.
Kelly fires at the bear as it mauls Don, but the bullets seem to be of no effect.
The hunter in the middle is armed with a Winchester Model 70.

M1 Rocket Launcher "Bazooka"

Kelly uses a mockup of an M1 rocket launcher (which belonged to Dan, who kept it after his tour in Vietnam). The M1 is the first variant of the M1 Rocket launcher series and is actually an early WWII vintage weapon and not a weapon that would have been used in Vietnam. In the film, the M1 mockup is a little too short.

M1 Bazooka, first fielded variant of the rocket launcher series - 2.36 inch rocket
Kelly grabs the rocket launcher from the chopper as the bear gets closer.
Kelly prepares to fire the rocket launcher.

Unknown Firearms

Many rangers and hunters are armed with unknown rifles and shotguns.

A ranger is armed with a rifle of unknown make.
Rangers armed with unknown rifles and shotguns
The man behind the hunter with the camo shirt, and the hunter next to the man with the orange sweater are armed with unknown rifles.

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