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WWF: Wrestlemania Box Set [VHS]


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Product details

  • Format: Box set
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Silver Vision
  • VHS Release Date: 20 Mar 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004D00T
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 207,814 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

Product Description

Please note this product was created before 10 November 2002 when the World Wrestling Federation Entertainmnet Inc. traded as WWF. This product refers to WWF and carries a WWF logo

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J. Williams on 23 July 2003
Format: VHS Tape
This is quite possibly the most enthralling documentary ever made. The first half an hour I thought i had bought a dull documentary looking at Bret Hart's family & up bringing. Which is quite possibly all that the documentary maker, Paul Jay, had intended when he started filming. What he finished up with though, was a true story in pictures of how Vince McMahon betrayed Bret, leading to his departure from the WWF, & moving to WCW.
What you see of Vince McMahon every week on Raw & Smackdown, you may consider to be just an act. This documentary exposes just how real the character is. How vince's actions on screen parrallel to his actions off it.
I have only really been watching WWE since just before the 2001 Invasion, so prior to buying this video had never really seen Bret Hart wrestle, & knew very little about Ted Turner's WCW. Despite this, i found this video very interesting & intense. I may even go so far as to say that someone who has never even watched wrestling would enjoy this video. It is a tale of back stabbing & betrayal to rival that even of Shakespeare.
Bret Hart for fourteen years was at the forefront of the WWF, yet you never really see any of his footage. Want to know why? This video gives a true account of what really happened to Bret. Anyone who knows anything about wrestling will find this video a worthy buy. Very highly recommended.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 11 Oct 2000
Format: VHS Tape
The problem with this video is simple, it doesn't really know what it's trying to be. If it is meant to be 'the best of the survivor series' which is what is says on the cover, then you would expect the best matches from all the survivor series pay-per-views. But in truth it is quite different. It elaborates too much in a few places and skips on many areas. Let me explain how the time is divided:
Opening 6/7 minutes are devoted to not the survivor series, but actually to WM3, and how what happened there brought about the survivor series, 7 minutes is alright, but they could have explained this in 30seconds.
Middle 30/35 mins: The main bulk of the video is dedicated to survivor series 89-96, but several mysterious things have happened in this section.
1: No fewer than three survivor series ppvs have been missed out.
2: The other major grudge I have in this area is that ALOT of time is spent paying homage to Shawn Michaels' first WWF match at survivor series '89. And what is worse, is that the origional commentary for this match has been replaced by none other than the banterings of, yes you guessed it, Kevin Kelly and Michael Cole? What was wrong with Monsoon and that other guy? There is also some terrible background music through all these matches.
But what truely wrecked this video for me was that 10 mins were spent on two OK matches from Survivor Series 97, before the final 15 MINUTES was spent on Bret Hart getting screwed in the main event. Most of this time is not actually about the match at all, but is a stupid post-sacking interview between JR and Vince Macmahon which was blatantly pre-scripted by Vince to try and make it seem that 'Bret Screwed Bret' and not that Vince screwed one of the best wrestlers the WWF has ever had out of a job, which is the truth.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gary Edmunds on 26 Feb 2004
Format: VHS Tape
This is another one of those amazing documentaries about the wrestling business and an individual with great human values. A man that was loyal to the wwe for 14 years this shows you footage of bret wrestling and it take you into his personal life into his home and the famous stu hart dungeon. It also shows bret's numerous discussions with vince mcmahon and the planning of match outcomes right upto survivor series 97 and the double cross. On that faitfal night you also get backstage footage of right after it happened and bret looking for vince only to find he had locked himself in his office. His wife was also angry at the time and accusing the wrestlers backstage hbk and hhh for being in on the act to which they denied, but this just infuriated bret and his family even further. At the end you also get 30mins with the director telling you about the making of the documentary which is interesting as well. This is a good video and you dont need to be a wwe fan to enjoy lots of people will enjoy this video i reccomend it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By MR C BRETT on 20 Sep 2000
Format: VHS Tape
this video is awsome due to the fact that it has every match from the american only pay per veiw this tuesday in texas which included the rematch from the 1991 survivor series between hulk hogan and the undertaker for the wwf title. plus bret hart defends the intercontinental championship against skinner and one of the wildest matches ever between the macho man randy savage and jake the snake roberts as savage aims revenge for the snake bite he took at the hands of jake roberts. the british bulldog takes on the warlord in a true power v power contest and ted dibase and repo man take on virgil and el matador tito santana. also on this tape you will get to see a tag team exclusive as jim niedhart, the big boss man & the legion of doom take on the nasty boys, earthquake and the mountie plus another video exclusive bret hart vs i.r.s and a special profile on the undertaker and dont forget tax tips from i.r.s this is truly an amazing video you have to see it.
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