PG | | Drama, Sport
After winning the ultimate title and being the world champion, Rocky falls into a hole and finds himself picked up by a former enemy.
Part of a cycle of ring fighter movies, mostly boxing, some wrestling, initiated by the box-office and critical success of the Academy Award Best Picture winning boxing movie Rocky (1976). The films include Rocky II (1979), Rocky III (1982), Rocky IV (1985), Tough Enough (1983), Title Shot (1979), _Raging Bull (1980)_, The Champ (1979), Matilda (1978), The Main Event (1979), The Prize Fighter (1979), The Greatest (1977), Body and Soul (1981), Paradise Alley (1978), ...All the Marbles (1981) (aka "... ...
We gotta leave. I've got a reputation.
Rocky Balboa: What do you mean reputation?
Paulie: You heard. I don't like these people.
Rocky Balboa: Maybe they don't like you either Paulie
After losing the fight, Rocky rides his motorcycle to his statue, when he leaves he has no helmet. When he arrives at the statue, he has it on, takes it off and throws it at the statue.
At the end of the credits there is the following statement: 'This film is dedicated to the enduring memory of Jane Oliver'.
$16,015,408 (USA) (4 June 1982)
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