Documentary • PG • 1977 • 1 hr 26 min
A well made documentary about the former Mr. Universe bodybuilder himself. God bless Arnie.
Arnold is so damn funny. I loved the mind games He would play with Lou. Dude was born to be a winner
Thumbs up and not because I'm digging all that beefcake. Excellent insight into the bodybuilding world and the rise of Arnie.
An intriguing look into a very strange scene. Schwarzenegger's cunning and dedication is inspiring, the man is simply a beast.
It's all Arnold. He has the personality to complement his determination to be number one.
A pretty nice insight to the life and story of professional bodybuilders
Well made doc that just isn’t my cup of tea. Was fun to see how much of a menace Schwarzenegger is but not much appeal outside of that.
Been decades since I saw this but what I recall is Arnie was the ideal opponent in every contest as he could read his competition in 1 look!
Entertaining insight in the world of bodybuilders, especially Arnold Schwarzenegger... Fun documentary!
A ridiculous documentary about competitive body building. Some great lines from the governator, too.
Amateur and professional bodybuilders prepare for the 1975 Mr. Olympia and Mr. Universe contests as five-time champion Arnold Schwarzenegger defends his Mr. Olympia title against Serge Nubret and the shy young Lou Ferrigno.
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