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Today, the Old School Rassling Specialist brings you four rare TV documentaries on the Golden Era of Pro-Wrestling!

You will receive “The History of Pro Wrestling In Atlanta,” “The Life and Times of Paul Boesch,” “Savage: Wrestling in the Pacific Northwest” and “Wrestling With the Past: The Vachon Family.”

All of these are rarely-seen documentaries were produced and aired by various regional TV stations in the ‘70s, ‘80s and ‘90s. You will get a rare glimpse at the history behind some of wrestling’s greatest stars and territory promotions! Quality is very good to great throughout. In sleeves, no art. Shipping is $3.50 in US, inquire about foreign rates.

Make me an offer on this set! Happy browsing, rassling fans!

HISTORY OF WRESTLING IN ATLANTA
Hosted by Atlanta wrestling fixture Joe Pedicino, this 1986 documentary chronicles wrestling in Atlanta from the 1950s-80s. Pedicino examines several Atlanta promotions, from Paul Jones and the Gunkels in the ‘50s and ‘60s to the Crocketts in the 1980s. Features a lot of classic clips of stars from the heyday of wrestling and interviews with such Atlanta mainstays as Gordon Solie and Freddie Miller!

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF PAUL BOESCH
A Houston TV documentary that explores the wild wrestling career and promotional work of Houston great Paul Boesch! See the story of how Boesch became one of the most beloved stars and promoters to ever come out of the Lone Star State!

SAVAGE: Wrestling in the Pacific Northwest
This rare 1970s PBS documentary takes an up-close look at the Pacific Northwest Portland territory run by Don Owens! Features up close camera work, matches and interviews with some of the Portland stars of that time including Dutch Savage, A very young Iron Sheik, Buddy Rose and more, as well as interviews with the rabid Portland fans! A rare gem from the heyday of territory wrestling.

WRESTLING WITH THE PAST
This great doc. Salutes the history of the Vachon family in pro wrestling, most specifically the career of Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon and his brother “Butcher” Paul Vachon. See some classic clips of the Vachons terrorizing their opponenets, along with interviews and commentary by such legends as Killer Kowalski, Larry “Ax” Hennig, Billy Robinson, Nick Bockwinkel, Don Owens and many more!