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Rugged and Rambunctious R-prompt for the A to Z Blogging Challenge

R is for “Rocky.”

In 1976, Sylvester Stallone showed some fancy footwork in United Artists’ “Rocky,” and movie fans went wild. Viewers didn’t have to be boxing buffs to appreciate the hard-luck story of club fighter Rocky Balboa.

The “Rocky” cast included Talia Shire, Burgess Meredith, Burt Young, Joe Spinell, and Carl Weathers. Of course, what people remember most about “Rocky” is the theme music by Bill Conti.

“Gonna fly now.”

The film led to five sequels, although critics debated whether any of the follow-ups packed the same punch as the original “Rocky.”

Check out the movie trailer for “Rocky,” the story of the ultimate underdog, who was tagged as the Italian Stallion for fighting the champ.

Yo, Adrian!

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1 comment:

  1. I'm of the opinion that the Rocky movies as a whole present one of the most riveting character portraits ever committed to film.



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