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Vivian Vachon ...
Herself
Bonnie Watson ...
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Vicki Williams ...
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Debbie Johnson ...
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Mad Dog Vachon ...
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Emile Dupre ...
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Rapapapotski ...
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Walter 'Killer' Kowalski ...
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Himself (as Jean 'The Giant' Ferre)
Butcher Vachon ...
Himself (as Paul 'The Butcher' Vachon)
Tarzan Tyler ...
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Rene Goulet ...
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Joe Devalto ...
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Mitsu Arakawa ...
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Billy Two Rivers ...
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wrestling | independent film | See All (2) »

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She's big. She's beautiful. See more »

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Documentary

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November 1973 (USA)  »

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Fribryderkongen  »

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A Documentary On The Vachon Wrestling Family.
25 July 2004 | by (U.S.) – See all my reviews

This film entitled "wrestling queen" showcases The vachon family. The late Vivian Vachon headlines this tape. Mad Dog Vachon and Butcher Vachon headline as well. This film has classic wrestlers from decades ago. Blackjack Mulligan, the late Dick Murdoch, and Dory Funk Jr. are also in this documentary. Blackjack mulligan is seen way before his WWF days . He was just getting into the business at the time. Cowboy Bill Watts is also shown on this video. Wrestling was an everyday event for the vachon family . This tape is a great documentary on wrestling. it is recommended to wrestling fans everywhere. It has a lot of old and classic footage from generations of wrestlers.


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