WWE: Bret

WWE: Bret "Hit Man" Hart - The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be

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Cast: Bret Hart

     
 
For more than two decades, WWF superstar Bret Hart dominated the ring as one of the most skilled grapplers in sports entertainment. Though the Canadian superstar found international fame in the spotlight of the arena, his life was filled with personal tragedy as well as triumph. From his birth into wrestling royalty to his later status as one of the most technically

Overview

For more than two decades, WWF superstar Bret Hart dominated the ring as one of the most skilled grapplers in sports entertainment. Though the Canadian superstar found international fame in the spotlight of the arena, his life was filled with personal tragedy as well as triumph. From his birth into wrestling royalty to his later status as one of the most technically precise wrestlers of all time and the tragic death of his brother Owen during a live WWF event in 1999, this is the story of Bret Hart as told in his own words, and though the images that made wrestling history.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/15/2005
UPC:
0651191938933
Original Release:
2005
Rating:
TV14
Source:
World Wrestling
Region Code:
1
Sound:
[Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround]
Time:
9:00:00
Sales rank:
29,433

Special Features

20 minutes of new Bret Hart interviews; Tribute music videos; 18 complete matches, hand-chosen by Bret including: ; Hart Foundation vs. British Bulldogs - Madison Square Garden (July 13, 1985); Hart Foundation vs. The Rockers - Saturday Night's Main Event (April 28, 1990); Bret "Hit Man" Hart vs. Mr. Perfect - WWE Intercontinental Championship Match Summerslam 1991 (August 26, 1991); Bret "Hit Man" Hart vs. Owen Hart - WrestleMania X (March 20, 1994); Bret "Hit Man" Hart vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin - Submission Match Wrestlemania 13 (March 23, 1997)

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bret Hart Actor

Technical Credits

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Bret Hart: Hitman - Main Program, Interivew Moments, Tribute Videos & Matches
4. Early Years [8:09]
5. Stampede Wrestling [16:07]
6. Coming to WWE [5:02]
7. Hart Foundation [6:26]
8. Intercontinental Champion [9:36]
9. WWE Champion [10:30]
10. International Star [5:23]
11. Hart Family Feud [5:29]
12. Iron Man Match [8:07]
13. Stone Cold Steve Austin [7:38]
14. U.S.A. vs. Canada [11:30]
15. Survivor Series 1997 [9:34]
16. WCW [5:19]
17. The Death of Owen Hart [6:08]
18. Problems in WCW [2:48]
20. Living It Up [3:13]

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WWE: Bret "Hit Man" Hart - The Best There Is, The Best There Was, The Best There Ever Will Be 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The DVD content is superb with the Bret interview and extras, plus his hand-picked matches on the DVDs. However, the "mood music" used during the interview is extremely horrendous. The geniuses at WWE should be ashamed because you can't here Bret speak in many portions of his interview because the music is so loud. It seems anytime he is badmouthing the WWE is when the music gets ridiculously loud.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a Bret Hart fan as long as I have been a wrestling fan, so I could not wait to get my hands on this DVD. When I did it did not disapoint, the packaging is great, the interactive menus brilliant and the feature excellent. I would have been happy with 3 disc of matches, but the documentry was probably needed to expalin a few things. I'm glad Bret came back to do the DVD, since the WWE original idea was to do a Warrior type DVD bashing Bret called Screwed. The best thing about the DVD is that it does not focus on the montreal screw job, if people are disapointed about that, you should just buy Wrestling with shadows, which is the last work on that incedent. The best parts of the documentary is the early years, this first championship run, Owens death and his WCW era. Some of the documentry extras a great like when Bret remembers wrestlers that have passed on. The best part of the DVD is the matches showen in full, there some all time classisc, Mr. Perfect (SS91), The Bulldog (SS92), Owen Hart (WM10) & Austin (WM13), there are other great matches including some rare matches like Undertaker (ONO97), Ricky Steamboat (Boston 86) and the In Your House matches. The Hart Foundation matches are very poor, they have had far greater matches such as Brainbusters (SS89) and Demolition (SS90), the matches included don't do them justice. Because of the time limite alot of great matches have been left of and this is no way a complete look at Bret's great career, here are a few matches that should be included in any future DVD's about Bret: Rowdy Piper (WM13) - Great story telling. Ric Flair (House Show) - Bret wins the WWE Title, Flair refused to job on TV. Shawn Micheals (?) - First ever ladder match, it took place near the end of 92, Bret really pioneered the ladder match at stampede, shawn took the match, added a few spots and pulled off a classic at WM10. Ric Flair (Boston 92) - Iron man match, it was at a house shown, Bret said it was great. King of the Ring 1993- you could include all three matches, they were all great. Owen Hart (SS-94) Greatest steel cage match ever. Owen Hart (?) Iron man match, happened in late 1994, Bret said it was good. Bob Backlund (Survivors Series 94) - Bret pulls off a classic with a legeand. Steve Austin (Survivours Series 96) - Classic 30 minute match. Ten man tag (Canadian Stampede 97) - Classic tag match, crowd wre insane, Austin was great. Also a few Stampede matches would be great, and a few more WCW matches, he had a few goods ones with Booker T, Chris Benito & Sting. Overall his is a must have for any real wrestling fan, Bret is the greatest because nobody ever put him over, Flair & Hogan refused, he made it by himself, the Cliq did the there best in the WWE to told him back, and Flair/Hogan suceeded in WCW, but us real fans will never forget the great man, and his matches.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'll keep it short and sweet. I didn't really care that much for the documentary, since the WWE will make sure Bret doesn't bad mouth them, but there is alo of good stuff on it reagrding his early years, the iron man match and the death of owen. Where this DVD is a must is the collection of great match, there too many classics to mention. It no way a complete set, it missing too many great matches, and the hart foundation days are short changed, but its still worth buying, if you really want to see great wrestling and story telling.
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