Arnold Schwarzenegger ('The Terminator', 38th Governor of California) flexes his extraordinary muscles for the judges in these two bodybuilding tournaments, one in Cologne in 1966, and the other (the first piece of footage) in London at the Mr Universe contest in 1969.
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This video is two archive reels in [HD]. Mr Universe 1969 "Show of Strength", International Bodybuilding Contest in Cologne, Germany 1966
Arnold Schwarzenegger flexes his extraordinary muscles for the judges in these two bodybuilding tournaments, one in Cologne in 1966, and the other (the first piece of footage) in London at the Mr Universe contest in 1969.
Mr. Schwarzenegger was a completely unknown figure then. Coe Boyer can also be seen in this footage.
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