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Rocky II ()


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Rocky struggles in family life after his bout with Apollo Creed, while the embarrassed champ insistently goads him to accept a challenge for a rematch.

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Rocky Balboa
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Adrian
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Paulie
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Apollo Creed
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Mickey
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Apollo's Trainer
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Gazzo
Leonard Gaines ...
Agent
Sylvia Meals ...
Mary Anne Creed
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Meat Foreman
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Cutman
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Director
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Announcer
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Commentator
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Salesman
Paul Micale ...
Father Carmine (as Paul J. Micale)
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Employment Manager
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Employment Manager
Stuart K. Robinson ...
Johnny (as Stuart Robinson)
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Singer
Charles 'Honi' Coles ...
Singer (as Charles Coles)
Doug Flor ...
Singer
Robert Kondyra ...
Singer
James Zazzarino ...
Singer
Eddie 'El Annimal' Lopez ...
Fighter (as Eddie Lopez)
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Lawyer
James J. Casino ...
Chink's Manager (as James Casino)
Shaka Cumbuka ...
Cornerman
Samuel Davis ...
Apollo's Bodyguard
Roberto Durán ...
Fighter (as Roberto Duran)
Lou Fillipo ...
Referee (as Lou Filippo)
Ruth Ann Flynn ...
Jewelry Sales Lady
Linda Grey ...
Agent
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Emergency Room Aide
Garrie Kelly ...
White Hunter
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White Hunter
Joseph Letizia ...
Car Salesman
René Le Vant ...
Young Lugger (as Rene Le Vant)
Tawny Little ...
Reporter
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Young Patient
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Reporter
Tony Munafo ...
Boxer
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Reporter
Ed Ness ...
Timekeeper
Fred Pinkard ...
Lawyer
Jane Marla Robbins ...
Gloria
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Cornerman
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Reporter (as David Ross)
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Adrian's Nurse
Whitney Rydbeck ...
Sound Man
Shepherd Sanders ...
Employment Manager (as Sheperd Sanders)
Jeff Temkin ...
Ring Announcer
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Makeup Man
Charles Winkler ...
Camera Assistant
James Zaza ...
Emergency Room Reporter
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Doctor Cooper (uncredited)
Blair Bell ...
Photographer (uncredited)
Ted Braverman ...
Extra (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
Melissa Hart ...
Child (uncredited)
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Ringside Color Announcer (uncredited)
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Spectator (uncredited)
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Ring Girl (uncredited)
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Singer (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
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Reporter (uncredited)
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Ring Girl #2 (uncredited)
Butkus Stallone ...
Dog (uncredited)
Seargeoh Stallone ...
Robert 'Rocky' Balboa Jr. (uncredited)
Paul Van ...
Reporter (uncredited)
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Job searcher (uncredited)

Directed by

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Sylvester Stallone

Written by

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Sylvester Stallone ... (written by)

Produced by

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Robert Chartoff ... producer
Arthur Chobanian ... associate producer
Irwin Winkler ... producer

Music by

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Bill Conti

Cinematography by

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Bill Butler

Film Editing by

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Stanford C. Allen

Editorial Department

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Ross Albert ... assistant editor
Donah Bassett ... negative cutter
James D. Brubaker ... post-production coordinator (as James Brubaker)
Gregory M. Gerlich ... assistant editor (as Greg Gerlich)
Danford B. Greene ... supervising editor
Janice Hampton ... film editor
Jerelyn J. Harding ... assistant editor (as Jerelyn Golding)
Christopher Holmes ... editor: fight scenes (as Christopher V. Holmes)
James Mitchell ... editor: fight scenes (as James D. Mitchell)
Janice Parker ... assistant editor
Nancy Sales ... assistant editor
James R. Symons ... editor: fight and training montages
Jan Wesley ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Michael McLean

Art Direction by

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Richard Berger

Set Decoration by

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Ed Baer

Makeup Department

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Philip Goldblat ... makeup artist (as Phil Goldblatt)
Jean Burt Reilly ... hair stylist
Michael Westmore ... makeup designer

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Elie Cohn ... second assistant director
Ira H. Gallen ... second assistant director (as Ira Gallen)
Robert Odom ... dga trainee
Jerry Ziesmer ... first assistant director

Art Department

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Kevin Chambers ... swing gang
Bill Dietz ... property master
Floyd Farrington ... assistant property master
Bill Gay ... lead man (as William Gay)
Claude F. Powell ... construction coordinator (as Claude Powell)
Lambert Powell ... construction foreman
Peter R. Romero ... assistant art director (as Peter Romero)
Vernon Yeager ... stand-by painter
Fred Lucky ... storyboard illustrator (uncredited)
Eugene J. Reed ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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John S. Coffey ... cable person (as John Coffey)
Gordon Davidson ... sound effects editorial staff
Ken Dufva ... foley artist (uncredited)
Rebecca Einfeld ... sound effects editorial staff
Gary S. Gerlich ... sound effects editorial staff (as Gary Gerlich)
Rick Kline ... re-recording mixer (as Richard Kline)
Bobbe Kurtz ... loop editor
Jimmy Ling ... sound effects editorial staff (as James B. Ling)
Victoria Martin ... sound effects editorial staff
Bob Minkler ... re-recording mixer (as Robert Minkler)
Donald O. Mitchell ... re-recording mixer
Robert A. Reich ... sound effects editorial staff (as Robert Arnold Reich)
William A. Sawyer ... sound effects editorial staff (as William Sawyer)
Kenneth Schwarz ... boom operator (as Ken Schwarz)
Frank E. Warner ... supervising sound effects editor (as Frank Warner)
Charles M. Wilborn ... sound mixer (as Chuck Wilborn)

Stunts

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Jimmy Nickerson ... stunt coordinator
Freddie Hice ... stunts (uncredited)
Bennie Moore ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Martin G. Beazell ... second assistant camera (as G. Martin Beazell)
Garrett Brown ... steadicam operator
Jim Brown ... camera operator
Colin J. Campbell ... gaffer (as Colin Campbell)
Earl L. Clark ... first assistant camera (as Earl Lynn Clark)
William Coleman ... first assistant camera (as Bill Coleman)
James R. Connell ... camera operator (as Jim Connell)
Bob Greene ... still photographer
Randy Hart ... best boy
George Hill ... key grip
Christine M. Loss ... still photographer (as Christine Loss)
Barry Oiffer ... second assistant camera
James M. Sheppherd ... dolly grip (as Jim Shepherd)
George Staubs ... second grip
Orlando Suero ... still photographer
Mike Chevalier ... camera operator (uncredited)
Michael A. Jones ... camera operator (uncredited)

Casting Department

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Joy Todd ... casting: Philadelphia
Cash Oshman ... Big Crowds: President (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Sandy Berke Jordan ... costumes: women (as Sandra Berke)
Tom Bronson ... costumes: men (as Thomas Bronson)

Location Management

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Dale Benson ... location manager
Ellen Shire ... location coordinator

Music Department

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Allison Caine ... vocal effects advisor
Dennis S. Sands ... scoring mixer (as Dennis Sands)
Joe Tuley ... music editor
Denise Bradley ... singer: theme music (uncredited)
Bill Conti ... conductor (uncredited) / orchestrator (uncredited)
Peter T. Myers ... orchestrator (uncredited)
Gloria O'Brien ... singer: theme music (uncredited)
Steve Schaeffer ... musician: percussion (uncredited)
Dan Wallin ... music scoring mixer (uncredited)

Transportation Department

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Russell McEntyre ... transportation coordinator
Dan Riportella ... transportation co-captain (as Daniel Riportella)

Other crew

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Stanley Brossette ... publicist
Louis Chirco ... craft service
Janet Crosby ... assistant to producers
Pen Densham ... supervisor: fight and training montages
Chip Fowler ... production office coordinator
Michael S. Glick ... production executive
Vince Heileson ... paymaster
Bruce Hoffman ... additional photographic credit
Linda Horner ... assistant: Mr. Stallone
Lori Imbler ... assistant to producers
Patrice J. Klinger ... production assistant (as Patrice Klinger)
Larry Kramer ... production assistant
Joseph Letizia ... company representative (as Joe Letizia)
Chris Raphael ... promotional appearances
Marge Rowland ... production accountant
Al Silvani ... technical advisor
Marie Sorell ... nurse
Sylvester Stallone ... boxing choreographer
John Watson ... supervisor: fight and training montages
Marshall J. Wolins ... script supervisor (as Marshall Wolins)
Doby Daenger ... gofer (uncredited)
Raechel Donahue ... voice talent (uncredited)
Paul B. Schaeffer ... Set Medic (uncredited)
Donna Smith ... production coordinator (uncredited)
Michael E. Uslan ... production attorney (uncredited)

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Jane Oliver ... dedicatee
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Rocky Balboa is enjoying life. He has a lovely wife, Adrian, had a successful fight with Apollo Creed and is able to enjoy the money he earned from the fight and a new endorsement deal. Unfortunately, Rocky becomes embarrassed when failing to complete an advert and ends up working in a meat packing company. He believes that he will no longer have a career as a boxer. Apollo wants to rematch with Rocky to prove all his critics wrong that he can beat Rocky. Can Rocky once again have a successful fight? Written by Film_Fan

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Taglines Rocky shows he's a champ...and wins! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Rocky 2 (Japan, English title)
  • Rocky II - Rockyn uusintaottelu (Finland)
  • Rocky II, la revancha (Mexico)
  • Rocky II, la revancha (Argentina)
  • Rocky 2 (Czech Republic)
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Runtime
  • 119 min
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Box Office

Budget $7,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United States $6,390,537, 17 Jun 1979
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $200,182,160

Did You Know?

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Trivia Sylvester Stallone himself wrote the paperback novelization for this movie. The novel is mostly in first person, from Rocky's point of view, written in the same choppy English in which Rocky speaks. Scenes in which Rocky is not present (such as Apollo Creed consulting his associates, or Paulie alone with Adrian) are in standard third-person, in proper English. See more »
Goofs During the fifteenth round, Rocky lands a left hook and Apollo Creed is knocked down. Rocky falls as the result of his own punch. The referee begins to count both fighters out. The referee would only be counting Apollo Creed out because Rocky's punch knocked him to the canvas. According to the rules of boxing, Rocky should not be in danger of being counted out because he was not struck by a punch. Rocky was off balance and so the referee would rule it as a slip. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Rocky III (1982). See more »
Soundtracks STREET SCAT See more »
Quotes Rocky Balboa: I just got one thing to say... to my wife at home: Yo, Adrian! I DID IT!
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