Transcript: Wall of Death | Nov 10, 2002

(music plays)

From the perspective of a car in motion, postcards float around. The title of the show appears as if it were a postcard. It reads "TVO. Windsor, Ontario."

A blue sign reads "The Wall of Death."

[Motorcycles driving]

Hart Hollywood Beaver is in his late forties, with a moustache and receding hair. He wears a black T-shirt with the Harley-Davidson logo on it.

Hart and another man ride motorcycles holding hands inside a giant wooden globe.

Hart says MY
NAME'S HART HOLLYWOOD
BEAVER.
AH, I STARTED WHEN I WAS
ABOUT 15 OR 16 YEARS OLD.
I'VE CRASHED OVER 70 TIMES.
FOR US SAFETY IS NUMBER ONE.
IT'S ONE OF THE THINGS THAT
WE TRY TO EMPHASIZE, IS TO
BE SAFE, DON'T LET ANYBODY
GET HURT.
IT'S AH, IT'S A GREAT
FEELING WHEN THE PEOPLE ARE
HAPPY AND THEY COME IN AND
SEE THE SHOW.

The other man rides the motorcycle with no hands.

[Crowd cheering]

Hart stands next to two other male performers.

Hart says FROM THE INTERNATIONAL TRICK
RIDERS AT THE FREEDOM
FESTIVAL IN WINDSOR,
ONTARIO.

They yell HELLO, ONTARIO!

(music plays)

The TVO logo appears.

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