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The Chronicle – Telegram
The Colorful Newspaper
Elyria, Ohio Friday, September 12, 1975
Hollywood wants monster film
Noxie, Okla. (UPI) – A Hollywood producer is offering up to a $10,000 for home movies of a foul-smelling, seven-foot “monster” reportedly roaming the timber-covered hills south of the Oklahoma-Kansas border. “That’s nice,” said Nowata County Sheriff Bob Arnold. “It’s gone up $5,000 since he called me last week. “Now I suppose we’ll be swarmed again.” The offer came from producer David Wolper. The “Noxie Monster” attracted Wolper’s attention as he searched for real-life file to add to his dramatized documentary, “Bigfoot, the Mysterious Monster,” dealing with the legendary hairy beast reported in the Pacific Northwest.

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Sunday Journal and Star
Lincoln, Neb. September 28, 1975
Monster Footage Worth $
Hollywood (UPI) – If you’ve taken home movies of Bigfoot, the monster who roams the Northwest, it could be worth more than $10,000 to you.
Producer David Wolper will pay at least that much for useable footage in his new dramatized documentary, Bigfoot, the Mysterious Monster. Wolper’s in something of a bind. He’s making a film with a star he can’t see. He is almost convinced Bigfoot does indeed exist. But he needs proof.
Other Monsters, Too
The producer will, in fact, pay just as well for footage of the recently spied Noxie monster, that foul-smelling, seven-foot denizen of Noxie, Okla. And if you have 8mm or 16mm film on Florida’s Monkey Monster, the Arkansas Falk Monster or the celebrated Skunk Ape of the Everglades, you will not leave Wolper’s embrace empty-handed. Wolper would agreeably accept movie footage on the Abominable Snowman or the Yeti, as that cuddly but evasive monster is called in the Himalayas. “We have some amateur film of Bigfoot,” Wolper said, “but we need more. I’ll accept still photographs, too, but obviously we won’t pay as much for them. “People laugh about the existence of monsters. But as late as 1910 everyone scoffed at reports of giant hairy things living in the African jungle. They turned out to be gorillas.”
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Wolper’s experts will scrutinize all films to winnow out the overdressed gorillas, football linebackers and excessively hairy brothers-in-law. “Scientists say reports of monsters are nonsense,” Wolper said. “But no one believes them. I think there is a credibility gap between the scientific community and the American public. “People like to believe in the unknown. It has something to do with childhood. We have a desire to make the world more interesting and colorful than it is. A good example is the Loch Ness Monster. Everyone likes to hear about him.” Wolper wouldn’t object to footage on Nessie either. Wolper’s company started work on the Bigfoot film in mid 1974. It will be released next summer. Photographers with monster footage may write to David Wolper productions, 843 W. 3rd St. Los Angeles, Calif. 90048

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