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    Atomic Blue
898 AB

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  — Atomic Blue —


Set in contemporary Los Angeles, this fast-paced indie flick stars Mexican wrestler Atomic Blue as a man trying to put his past behind him. Young Nick Rodriguez, devastated by his brother's death and worried about a land developer who wants to destroy his neighborhood, is looking for a knight in shining armor — and thinks he's found one in former wrestling champ Atomic Blue. Trouble is, the aging athlete isn't anxious to be a hero anymore.

A nostalgic tribute to the ever-popular Mexican wrestling movies of the '50s and '60s. Fast Mexican wrestling action, colorful costumes, and a positive message for kids of all ages. Audience acclaim at the following festivals: Latino International Film Festival of Los Angeles, San Diego Latino International Film Festival, San Antonio Latino International Film Festival.

Atomic Blue is an every man; a person among us who personifies heroism in the small actions and gestures of respect, fair play and honesty.

The Mexican wrestler is both a statement and an icon. Where a mask shields, it also points to the reinvention of humanity. The masked wrestler is a shape shifter, a messenger and a prophet.

Atomic Blue: Mexican wrestler, aside borrowing from the symbolism and history of modern Mexican mythology, is a fun film with a positive message.

Starring Tom Howard as Angel Negro and Atomic Blue as Atomic Blue. Cast includes wrestlers Al Burke, Jesse Hernandez & Tim Patterson and wrestling promoter Karl Lauer.

Run time: 1 hour, 3 minutes

Rikidozan, A Hero Extraordinary
899 RKDZ

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  — Rikidozan, A Hero —

Yeokdosan (original title)
Starring Kyung-gu Sol, Miki Nakatani, Tatsuya Fuji

  In 1953, Japan was in desperate need of a hero.  After the national shame of WWII, the dreams and imaginations of Japan were captured by one man: superstar pro-wrestler Rikidozan.  5-foot-9 and 240 lbs. of bulging muscle with a rakish smile that said, "Not only will I be just as good as you Yankee wrestlers, but I'll beat you at your own game."

Billed as the villain when he wrestled in the U.S., Rikidozan was a national hero in Japan.  At the height of his fame in the '50s and early '60s, millions of Japanese would be glued to their TV sets to watch his matches.  "He's one of us, a Nihonjin (Japanese)," his fans must have thought at the time, "who's not afraid to stand up to the Americans."  Strange then, that Rikidozan was in fact Korean, but would keep his true identity secret.

A no-holds-barred look at real-life pro wrestling icon Rikidozan, a Japanese national hero.  The film has excellent historical value and provides a genuinely compelling tale of one man's rise to the top against all odds.

Includes appearances by pro wrestlers Harold Sakata, Ben Sharpe, Iron Mike Sharpe, Rick Steiner, Kokichi Endo, Mashahiko Imura, Kenichi Tamura, Tom Lynch & Kim Il.

Run time: 2 hours, 19 minutes
    One More Shot
900 OMS

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  — One More Shot —


Based on a true story about two college wrestlers, T.J. "Teddy" Williams (played by Danny Hodge) and Brock Jones (Wayne Boyd), whose battle for the National AAU Wrestling Championship in 1958 resulted in a near fatal accident leaving Williams with a broken neck and psychiatric problems.

The story continues thirty years later when champion wrestler, Brock Jones is admitted to the same institution as Williams after suffering a mental breakdown.  The two become friends as Williams tries to get Jones back on track and coach him to another victory.

Starring: Mike Altiere, Wayne Boyd, Danny Hodge & Meredith Brooks

Run time: 1 hour, 39 minutes

Master of the Ring: The Biography of Buddy Rogers