PHOTO: 9 Year Old Strongman, 1951

On January 9, 2014 by Physical Culturist

StrongMan, 1951

9 year old Paul Oudinot holds his brother and sister aloft on kids t.v. show, Grand Chance Round Up, Kids compete for a prize of a week’s work at Hamid’s Steel Pier at Atlantic City.

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