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WWE - Undertaker - He Buries Them Alive
WWE - Undertaker - He Buries Them Alive
Actors: Undertaker, Mean Mark Callous
Genres: Sports
NR     2004     1hr 0min

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Actors: Undertaker, Mean Mark Callous
Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: Wrestling
Studio: World Wrestling
Format: DVD - Color
DVD Release Date: 01/27/2004
Release Year: 2004
Run Time: 1hr 0min
Screens: Color
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

A solid home video for any undertaker admirer!
Kit | 07/06/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

"hosted by ted dibiase. undertaker vs. undertaker from summerslam 1994. undertaker vs. kwang from monday night raw in the summer of 1994. undertaker vs. yokozuna in a casket match from the survivor series 1994. undertaker vs. jim the anvil neidhart from wwf superstars from the fall of 1994. undertaker vs. jerry the king lawler in a coliseum exclusive casket match from the fall of 1994. END"
Deadman Walkin'
Kit | New York, NY | 04/14/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This DVD is a remastered release of an old VHS tape, or so I've heard. Included here are five matches, and although they aren't exactly classics (except Undertaker vs. Undertaker, perhaps), they do give you a taste of what the Old School Undertaker was all about. If you were a fan back when he was the Deadman and would like a dive down nostalgia lane, OR, if you enjoyed his recent return as the Deadman at WrestleMania XX and want more, then by all means pick this up. The Undertaker vs. The Undertaker is worth it alone.My review for each match:1) The Undertaker vs. The Undertaker: Wrestling-wise, this match is passable. Storyline-wise, this match is very good. The story behind this match is that the real Taker (with Paul Bearer) was put out of action by Yokozuna in a casket match, and disappeared for a couple of months as a result. Later, the Million Dollar Man claims that he'd found the Deadman, and eventually does bring him back to the then-WWF... only it was obvious that this new Taker was a fake. Paul Bearer retaliates and challenges Ted's Taker by offering to bring the REAL Taker back at Summerslam. Ted Dibiase and the Faker Taker accepts the challenge, and the rest is history (and on this disc).2) The Undertaker vs. Kwang: I don't remember much about this guy, so I assume that this was just your average RAW match up. Kwang might remind you of today's Tajiri, though, with what his kicks and his mist. Wrestling-wise, it's a good filler type match.3) The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna: The casket rematch of the original bout that put Undertaker out of action. In that match, Yoko gave Undertaker a beatdown, but couldn't put him into the casket for the win. Almost all of the heels backstage came out to help Yoko put Taker out of his misery, and they succeeded. Fast forward to Taker's return, and we have a rematch on our hands. Actor Chuck Norris makes a cameo in this match as Taker's enforcer, and his job is to make sure the heels don't come down to the ring and force history to repeat itself. Wrestling-wise, it's not bad, but not great either. The late Yokozuna does a good job of being terrified of the casket, so props (and RIP) to him.4) The Undertaker vs. Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart: Another filler match. Match itself is OK, and the part at the end where Neidhart is knocked into the open casket is hilarious. Good to see the late Owen Hart again also (RIP). However, I have to wonder why this match was placed after the Taker/Yoko rematch, when it was obvious that that particular match took place after this one (the commentators mention about the "upcoming casket match" once or twice, and Owen himself states twice that Yoko was going to "bury the Undertaker alive!"). Oh, well. No biggie.5) The Undertaker vs. Jerry "The King" Lawler: Video/DVD exclusive. This match is short, but sweet. This is another casket match, and it's quite hilarious to see Lawler run around trying to avoid the inevitable. Lawler's cowardly expressions are priceless, and he makes this match a joy to see. Taker here is, of course, vintage Deadman.There's a subtle but obvious theme to this disc... except for the Kwang bout, every match has had the Undertaker's casket appear, and three of them used to "bury" his opponents (vs. Faker Taker, vs. Yokozuna, vs. The King). I suppose this would be the reason why the then-WWF chose these particular matches. In anycase, at the very cheap price, this DVD is a must-buy if you're an Old School Taker fan. Enjoy!"
Decent
Kit | 01/18/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Undertaker He Buries Them Alive was a decent DVD, but it was more like a promo then a DVD so for people who didn't know the Deadman form of Undertaker, would see what he was like before Wrestlemania 20. Just one hour of a few matches he had from Summerslam 1994 to late December 1994. I got it for a five dollar bill at a local video shop, so I got it for a good price. I hope they release a huge taker collection soon that fetures matches like the first two hell in a cells, his inferno match against kane, and his buried alive match against SCSA."
Old School Undertaker
George D | San Diego | 11/05/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Undertaker is one of the greatest athlete in the WWE today. 14 years in the e WWE since his debut in the 1990 survivor series. Undertaker He Buries Alive hosted by Million Dollar Men Ted Dibase. This DVD is a re-release of the VHS version and it features five of the Undertaker old school matches.

Undertaker vs Undertaker
Rate: 3
Alright match I like the beginning of Paul Bearer coming out bringing in the Real Undertaker. In case you don't know the fake Undertaker is Brain Lee aka Chainz from the D.O.A. Undertaker wins by three no wait four tombstones.
Winner: The Real Undertaker

Undertaker vs Kwang
Rate: 4
Kwanga aka Savio Vega takes on the man from the darkside on a espiode of Raw. Undertaker really gives it to Kwang and he even spits the mist back out to Kwang.
WInner: The Undertaker

Undertaker vs Yokozuna(RIP)-Casket Match
Rate: 5
This is my favorite match on the DVD and Yokozuna afarid of the casket. Chuck Noris is at ring side watching over to see if no one helps Yokozuna beat Taker. King Kong Bundy, Bam Bam Bigallow make a cameo along with "King of the Moutain" Jeff Jarret. Chuck Norris beats the hell out of Double J giving him a hard kick making him fall and going all the way backstage LOL. I.R.S also makes a cameo trying to screw the Undertaker from the casket match (This leads to there match at RR95) but Undertaker still is not defeated. Undertaker gives Yokozuna a hard kick to the chin and drives him into the casket.
Winner: The Undertaker

The Undertaker vs Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart
Rate: 4
Great match great to see Jim and Owen Hart (RIP) at one point of the match Paul Bearer brings the casket to the ring. When Jim lands on it he gets scared he leaves lol and gets counted out.
Winner: The Undertaker

The Undertaker vs Jerry "The King" Lawler-Casket Match
Rate: 5
Good Match this was back when The King was a heel commentary before he talk about puppies so much. This is another one of my favorite matches on this DVD. King tries to beat the Undertaker using a brass knuckle or something on his hand but Undertaker comes back and tombstones the king and puts him inside the casket.
Winner: The Undertaker

If your and Old School Undertaker fan you should pick this up I mean theres not a lot of matches but it is still good. I hope pretty soon a Undertaker Collection comes out on DVD with all of Undertaker classic matches and promos."