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The Hart family has long served as Canada’s first family of Sports Entertainment, from patriarch Stu and his Stampede Wrestling and Dungeon, a training site that has produced multiple Hall of Famers, though sons Bret, Owen, on to a new generation of WWE Superstars, The Hart Dynasty. But the family’s journey was never a smooth one, as their accomplishments were often punctuated with devastating tragedies and loss. Now for the first time ever, fans can learn the entire story in Hart & Soul: The Hart Family Anthology. A brand new documentary chronicling more than 5 decades of family lineage is filled with never-before-seen Hart family interviews and supplemented with a dozen matches featuring Bret, Owen, Keith, Bruce, The British Bulldog, The Dynamite Kid, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, The Hart Dynasty, and more!


Stu Hart

Falling in Love

The Promoter

Hart House

Riches to Rags

All in the Family

Hart Foundation / British Bulldogs

Stampede Sold


International Spotlight

Family Feud

Canada’s Family

Struggles Within

Family Tragedy

Third Generation



Special Features

• Stu the Athlete

• Helen’s Car Accident

• Terrible Ted the Wrestling Bear

• A Letter from Dean

• Stu vs. The Tiger

• A Hart Family Thanksgiving – 1987

• Helen Throws in the Towel

• Owen the Prankster

• Chris Jericho’s Flight with Owen

• The Uninvited Guest

• Bret “Hit Man” Hart Returns to WWE

• Post-Raw Celebration (Raw – January 4, 2010)



6-Man Tag Team Match

Keith Hart, Bruce Hart & Bret Hart vs. The Kiwis & Dynamite Kid

Stampede Wrestling – May 1979


Stampede Arrives in WWE


World Tag Team Championship Match

Hart Foundation vs. British Bulldogs

Boston Garden – November 1, 1986


An Unforgettable Match


Intercontinental Championship Match

Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. British Bulldog

SummerSlam – August 29, 1992


The Hart Family in a WWE Ring


Family Feud Match

Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Owen Hart, Bruce Hart & Keith Hart vs. Shawn Michaels & His Knights

Survivor Series – November 24, 1993


Brothers vs. Brothers


Bret “Hit Man” Hart & Owen Hart vs. Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner

Florence, SC – January 11, 1994


Ripped Apart at the Seams


World Tag Team Championship Match

Bret “Hit Man” Hart & Owen Hart vs. The Quebecers

Royal Rumble – January 22, 1994






Steel Cage Match for the WWE Championship

Bret “Hit Man” Hart vs. Owen Hart

SummerSlam – August 29, 1994


The Hart Family Settles It in the Ring


Bret “Hit Man” Hart & British Bulldog vs. Owen Hart & Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart

Raw – November 7, 1994


Decorated in Gold


European Championship Match

Owen Hart vs. British Bulldog

Raw – March 3, 1997


Front and Center


10-Man Tag Team Match

Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Owen Hart, British Bulldog, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart & Brian Pillman vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, Ken Shamrock, Goldust & Legion of Doom

In Your House: Canadian Stampede July 6, 1997


Border Wars


6-Man Tag Team Flag Match

Bret “Hit Man” Hart, Owen Hart & British Bulldog vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, Undertaker & Dude Love

Raw – July 21, 1997


Passing the Torch


WWE Unified Tag Team Championship Match

The Hart Dynasty vs. D-Generation X

SmackDown – December 25, 2009


The Best is Yet to Come

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I might have liked more matches, but I am pleased to see the IYH: Canadian Stampede 10-man here. I think it was on the Pillman set, IIRC, but it's nice to see it included on a recent one.


And old school Stampede Wrestling footage is always a good thing.  Also just realized: We're getting a Hart Dynasty match from SD! -- awesome. I am always pleased when the TV matches get included on DVD (as opposed to the PPV matches, which are easy to get ahold of by purchase or rental).

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Though I'm sure the doc will be loaded with it, I was expecting a lot more Stampede footage in the match selection. In terms of a "Hart family in WWE" narrative it's pretty good, though, and almost looks like a stealth Owen DVD at times.

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Agreed that it does slip more Owen in that one would have thought, most likely due to Bret. One does wish that it slipped in:


* one Blue Blazer match (the one with Barry is pretty damn good for an undercard match)


* something from Owen & Davey as a team


Owen & Anvil teams up for a while at the end of 1991 into early 1992, but Anvil got run in March. Can see ducking that, though they get to it with the 1994 match. Same with Owen & Koko, though they teams for close to a year. Dittos Owen & Yoko, though they did win the belts.


But Blazer is a bit of "Owen joins the WWF". And the Owen & Davey team was a long pairing. Davey went heel back in 8/95 and paired with Owen & Yoko as early as 9/95. They teamed through 1997.



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Didn't know which thread to use, since there's two of them, but anyway, the HMV here in Canuck-land is actually displaying this as a FOUR disc set, as opposed to a three disc one:




It could very well be an error in their database (heck, they had that John Morrison set as a 3-disc one for a while), but at the same time, the price is also higher than for other three disc sets. I'm, of course, hoping it's NOT an error, and instead am hoping that the bonus fourth disc is something like the Canadian Stampede PPV or somesuch.

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