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WWE - Bret Hitman Hart - The Best There Is : The Best There Was : The Best There Ever Will Be [DVD]


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  • Format: PAL
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Clear Vision Ltd - WWE
  • DVD Release Date: 30 Jan 2006
  • Run Time: 130 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000CMNI7S
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,820 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. Williams on 12 Jan 2006
Format: DVD
Finally, after years of looking like Brets legacy would be left to a 90 minute documentary the WWE and Bret have put aside differences to produce the BEST DVD WWE have ever put together. The DVD consists of a 3 set, the first disk featuring a 2 hour documentary on Brets career that goes right back to the early days of Stampeede wrestling and just watching Bret and Dynamite go is enough of a reason for any Bret fan to buy this in my opinion. From here its to WWE, the Hart Foundation, single action, title glory, his anti american stance and fantastic feud with Austin and beyond. It of course has a section on the infamous screw job, his brothers death and his time in WCW, scattered throughout are small pieces of intervies from Vince and other wrestlers.
An interesting note is the Bret Hart we get through the interview. This isnt an angry and bitter Bret. This is a more reflective Bret and with that comes a side you dont usually see from people on WWE DVDs. For one he is completely open with everything he says and on his reflection of his career gets chocked up on more than a few occasions. Bret has an almost photographic memory of his career and everything he has done and he tells his stories and states his point of view with an honesty and a frankness that makes him easy to listen to. He puts over everyone he worked with and even gives Shawn his props...something Shawn still seems unwilling to do.
The set also comes with a collection of matches selected by Bret himself.
Disc 1
Hart Foundation vs British Bulldogs.
One of the many meetings between these teams and an ultra stiff wrestling feast is here for the fans. Not their best match but then theres so many to pick from it wouldnt be fair to call one of the their best.
Hart Foundation vs Killer Bees.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By R. Wood TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 21 April 2006
Format: DVD
Only the best in the wrestling industry are deserving of having their own DVDs that focus on their greatest matches and/or careers. And only the best of the best are deserving of these remarkable 3-disc sets that WWE expertly put together. Ric Flair and the Undertaker deserved this treatment, but in my opinion, no one deserves it more than Bret Hart.

For those long-time fans of WWF/E, the name Bret Hart says it all. He was truly one of the biggest names in the history of professional wrestling that really revolutionised the business. For those people who haven't really been WWE fans all that long, and you've only heard of Bret Hart by playing the recent computer games where he's an unlockable legend, you're really missing out. Bret Hart's name is truly synonymous with how great wrestling is. And to understand that, you need to check out this DVD.

Originally, this was going to be titled, "Screwed: The Bret Hart story" and focus entirely on the controversial incident in Montreal, which spelled the end for the Hitman in WWE. Thankfully, the decision was made to rename the DVD, "The Bret Hart Story: The best there is, the best there was, the best there ever will be" and focus entirely on the Hitman's career, which is much more respectful and appropriate to a man who helped the business survive and thrive after the end of Hulkamania.

Vince McMahon introduces the documentary and shows real class by thanking Bret for putting their differences aside to present this story. And what follows is a documentary that lasts over two hours, exploring the phenomenon that is the Hitman, greatly detailing how this legend originated and developed to the status that he deserved to be.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Caleb Williams VINE VOICE on 1 Feb 2006
Format: DVD
I truly mean the title and here is why. Bret Hart is a legend in the wrestling industry without a shout of a doubt and almost every match he had was a classic this follows along the same lines as the Ric Flair collection in the way that it's a 3 disc set but this is something different, something special and something better.

The main feature on disc one contains a very emotional 2 hour documentary on Brets life and his career. Starts off with talking about his father Stu Hart and how he got in the wrestling business, then it goes into Brets upbringing and his relationships with his brothers. The main feature after his childhoos stays in the business and very rarely touches on his private life as many WWE DVDs have before. The most emotional parts of the feature for me were when he was talking about the screwjob in Montreal, losing Owen and the circumstances of the ending of his career.

My opinion of Bret from watching this has changed a lot. You will likely feel the same change of opinion towards Bret happen when he talks about himself in the personal nature and appears to have an extremely high opinion of himself. To some it may seem justified as he is a legend and deserving of all the praise he gets, but I found myself wishing for a bit of modesty.

The infamous Montreal screwjob is touched upon briefly. To many who have read interviews with Bret over recent years, it's obvious that Bret still has a bit of bitterness about the event. However, he does give Shawn some deserving praise and that makes Bret seem a bit more classy than he's appeared to be in the past. Owen was discussed, and for obvious reasons Bret found himself getting choked up during the interview about Own and the incident.
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