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Wrestling Women USA! (2001)

Compilation of a feature film, Racket Girls (1951), and six women wrestling matches formerly available in 8mm films and then available in video as Wrestling Women (1981): Lily Bitter vs. ... See full summary »
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June Adair ...
Herself (archive footage)
Lili Bitter ...
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Mildred Burke ...
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June Byers ...
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Cora Combs ...
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Vandal Drummond ...
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Timothy Farrell ...
Umberto Scalli (archive footage)
Dan Farren ...
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Muriel Gardner ...
Ruby McKenzie (archive footage)
Jimmy Lennon Sr. ...
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The Leopard Lady ...
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Rita Martínez ...
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Clara Mortensen ...
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Jane Mull ...
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Lynn O'Connor ...
The Blonde Ballerina (archive footage)
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Compilation of a feature film, Racket Girls (1951), and six women wrestling matches formerly available in 8mm films and then available in video as Wrestling Women (1981): Lily Bitter vs. June Beyers, Cora Combs vs. Laraine Johnson, Clara Mortensen vs. Rita Martinez, Lynn O'Connor vs. June Adair, Ella Waldeck vs. Jane Mull, and the tag team match Ida May and Violet Vian vs. Carrie Majors and Betty Hawkins. Written by Artemis-9

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WARNING: These Women Are DANGEROUS!


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Unrated
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18 December 2001 (USA)  »

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