Edit Storyline John J. Rambo is a former United States Special Forces soldier who fought in Vietnam and won the Congressional Medal of Honor, but his time in Vietnam still haunts him. As he came to Hope, Washington to visit a friend, he was guided out of town by the Sheriff William Teasel who insults Rambo, but what Teasel does not know that his insult angered Rambo to the point where Rambo became violent and was arrested.
As he was at the county jail being cleaned, he escapes and goes on a rampage through the forest to try to escape from the sheriffs who want to kill him. Then, as Rambo's commanding officer, Colonel Samuel Trautman tries to save both the Sheriff's department and Rambo before the situation gets out of hand. Written by John Wiggins Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis Taglines: One war against one man. See more » Edit Details Release Date: 22 October 1982 (USA) See more » Also Known As: Rambo: First Blood See more » Edit Box Office Budget: $15,000,000 (estimated) Opening Weekend USA: $6,642,005, 24 October 1982, Wide Release Gross USA: $47,212,904 Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $125,212,904 See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs Runtime: 93 min Color: Color (Technicolor) Aspect Ratio: 2.
35 : 1 See full technical specs »Edit Did You Know? Trivia The film was remade as In a Valley of Violence (2016). See more » Goofs When Teasle asks Rambo which direction he is heading, Rambo says "north". Teasle then gives him a ride and while driving, Rambo says he is heading to Portland, which Teasle says, "Portland is south, you said you were heading north." However, a minute later, Teasle drops Rambo off and says Portland is straight ahead but he never turned the car around so he would have still been heading north before dropping Rambo off.
See more » Quotes [first lines]Rambo: Can you tell me if Delmar Berry lives here?See more » Connections Referenced in Beastie Boys: Video Anthology (2000) See more » Soundtracks It's a Long RoadMusic by Jerry GoldsmithLyrics by Hal ShaperArranged by David Paich and Marty PaichProduced by Bruce BotnickSung by Dan HillSee more »See Also: First Bank Evansville In
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Edit Storyline John Rambo is removed from prison by his former superior, Colonel Samuel Troutman, for a top-secret operation to bring back POW's still held in Vietnam. Rambo's assignment is to only take pictures of where the POWs are being held, but Rambo wants to get the POWs out of Vietnam. Teamed up with female Vietnamese freedom fighter Co Bao, Rambo embarks on a mission to rescue the POWs, who are being held by sadistic Vietnamese Captain Vinh and his Russian comrade, Lieutenant Colonel Padovsky.
Rambo starts killing every enemy in sight while still focusing on his intentions to rescue the POWs. There are also corrupt American officials involved in the mission, including Marshall Murdock, one of Rambo's superiors. Written by Vishal Plot Summary | Plot Synopsis Taglines: What most people call hell, he calls home. See more » Edit Details Release Date: 22 May 1985 (USA) See more » Edit Box Office Budget: $44,000,000 (estimated) Opening Weekend USA: $25,520,843, 27 May 1985 Gross USA: $150,415,432 Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $149,985,000 See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs Runtime: 96 min Color: Color (Technicolor) Aspect Ratio: 2.
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