This clip is from a somewhat inferior copy of the Patterson Bigfoot film. Even at that with high contrast it yields some marvelous views of the Bigfoot’s back muscles.
In this clip the head of the Croucher turns to the left revealing a profile. It appears to have a severely sloped forehead. This enhancement and stabilization was accomplished with great difficulty but I think enough can be seen here to make an assessment.
This is the first look back that Roger Patterson described in an interview shortly after the filming. This is in the highly shaky portion of the film and can only be clearly seen when stabilization has been applied. The clip will run until the side profile of the first lookback and then it will pause to give a good look. In the side profile the knees are together and bent to an unusual degree.
This clip has been slowed down and deblurred to give the best view of it. Why was it said to have no neck or neck movement when the film shows a full range of motion of the neck?
This clip highlights the huge difference between the copies of the Patterson film and the original from which the inserts were taken. All filmwork by M.K.Davis
This is a clip from the Bluff Creek Croucher Video. It has been brightened and filtered. This clip is every fifth frame from the video. Notice that something dangles from beneath the cloth.
In this photo, the cloth can be seen to be rolled up on both ends when it is wrapped around something.
These two photos below show the length of the arm.