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The Wrestling Queen (1973)

A documentary and in depth look at the wild world of men's and women's professional wrestling.

Director:

Patrick Vallely
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Vivian Vachon Vivian Vachon ... Herself
Bonnie Watson Bonnie Watson ... Herself
Vicki Williams Vicki Williams ... Herself
Debbie Johnson Debbie Johnson ... Herself
Mad Dog Vachon Mad Dog Vachon ... Himself (as Maurice 'Mad Dog' Vachon)
Emile Dupre Emile Dupre ... Himself
Rapapapotski Rapapapotski ... Himself
Walter 'Killer' Kowalski Walter 'Killer' Kowalski ... Himself (as Waldek 'Killer' Kowalski)
André the Giant ... Himself (as Jean 'The Giant' Ferre)
Butcher Vachon Butcher Vachon ... Himself (as Paul 'The Butcher' Vachon)
Tarzan Tyler Tarzan Tyler ... Himself
Rene Goulet Rene Goulet ... Himself
Joe Devalto Joe Devalto ... Himself
Mitsu Arakawa Mitsu Arakawa ... Himself
Billy Two Rivers Billy Two Rivers ... Himself
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A documentary and in depth look at the wild world of men's and women's professional wrestling.

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wrestling | independent film | See All (2) »

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

Genres:

Documentary

Certificate:

PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

November 1973 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Fribryderkongen See more »

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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Not enough Vivian Vachon
26 April 2018 | by jellopukeSee all my reviews

This movie should really be called "talking to rednecks" because most of it is asking people in the deep south if they think wrestling is real and whether or not they like it. The bits behind the curtain (all in kayfaybe) are interesting and it's neat to see the early 70's wrestling world with people like Bill Watts, Mad Dog Vachon, Blackjack Mulligan, etc, but I would have enjoyed following Vachon more, she seemed interesting and her story might have had more depth than what we got.


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