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Director: John G. Avildsen     Starring: Talia Shire Sylvester Stallone
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Format: Blu-Ray DVD
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UPC: 883904228004
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He's a Has-been Battler with One Dream Left...and One Last Chance.
Nominated for 10 Academy Awards, this 1976 Best Picture Winner inspired a nation. A struggling Philadelphia club fighter (Sylvester Stallone) gets a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to fight for love, glory and self-respect. Featuring a legendary musical score and thrilling fight sequences, this rousing crowd-pleaser scores a knockout!

"...Stallone's performace is sheer magic...  Frederic & Mary Ann Brussat, Spirituality & Practice
"Stallone is perfect in the ultimate boxing flick.  Gerry Shamray, Sun dvdspapers of Cleveland
"Ay, yo! This movie, like, rocks, yo!!  Luke Y. Thompson, dvd Times

Editor's Note
Director John G. Avildsen's ROCKY is the stand-up-and-cheer saga of Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), an underdog boxer who gets his million-to-one shot at love, self-respect, and the world heavyweight title. Rocky is a down-on-his-luck Philadelphia southpaw who works at a meat-packing factory while fighting at a local club. He's given the chance of a lifetime when the world heavyweight champion, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers), chooses him as an unlikely opponent in his championship bicentennial fight. What was originally planned as a publicity stunt becomes a chance for Rocky to prove himself as a prizefighter while training with his cantankerous manager, Mickey (Burgess Meredith), to rise to the challenge. Thrilling scenes of Rocky's arduous training, including his unforgettable run up the Philadelphia Art Museum steps, are interspersed with a sweet and touching love story between the fighter and his best friend's shy sister, Adrian (Talia Shire). With the love of Adrian on his side, Rocky struggles to overcome the odds, fighting with all his heart in the glorious and brutal finale. Shot with gritty realism on the mean streets of Philadelphia, ROCKY introduced a new American cinematic hero, spurred on by rollicking action sequences and a rousing soundtrack. A triumph for star and screenwriter Stallone, who himself came from nowhere to reach the top, ROCKY is crowd-pleasing entertainment at its finest.


Video Features Limited Edition, Pan and Scan (TV Format)

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Tcfhe/mgm
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/10/2011
Video Play Time Running Time: 119 minutes
Video UPC UPC: 00883904228004
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Rocky [Digibook Edition] - Blu-Ray DVD Review
By: The Other Chad Reviews
Published on: 7/15/2011 11:04 PM
Many critics and movie fans alike enjoy playing a revisionist game, looking back on the Academy Awards of years past, debating which films were deservingly honored and which were not. Did Shakespeare In Love truly deserve top honors over Saving Private Ryan for 1998? What about Annie Hall capturing the ultimate prize over Star Wars for 1977? Another year that remains hotly contested is 1976, when then-unknown Sylvester Stallone starred in Rocky. That movie won Best Picture over Taxi Driver, Network, and All the President’s Men (Hal Ashby’s Bound for Glory was the oft-forgotten fifth nominee). No one can argue the cultural phenomenon that Rocky became, but many have suggested one of the more complex and topical films should have the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Burt Young
Video Cast Info Aldo Silvani
Video Cast Info Bill Baldwin
Video Cast Info Burgess Meredith
Video Cast Info Thayer David
Video Cast Info Talia Shire
Video Cast Info Carl Weathers
Video Cast Info Frank Stallone
Video Cast Info Jimmy Gambina
Video Cast Info Sylvester Stallone
Video Cast Info Joe Frazier
Video Cast Info Joe Spinell
Video Cast Info Sylvester Stallone - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Richard Halsey - Editor
Video Cast Info Irwin Winkler - Producer
Video Cast Info William Cassidy - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Richard Chartoff - Producer
Video Cast Info Robert Cambel - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info Joanne Hutchinson - Costume Designer
Video Cast Info James Crabe - Director of Photography
Video Cast Info Scott Conrad - Editor
Video Cast Info Bill Conti - Composer
Video Cast Info John G. Avildsen - Director
Plot Summary
In ROCKY, a young boxer from Philadelphia rises from obscurity to get a shot at the world boxing championship.


Oscar (1976)
Video Award Name Irwin Winkler, Winner, Best Picture
Video Award Name John G. Avildsen, Winner, Best Director

Golden Globe (1976)
Video Award Name Rocky, Winner, Best Motion Picture - Drama

Oscar (1976)
   Video Award Name Sylvester Stallone, Nominee, Best Actor in a Leading Role
   Video Award Name Talia Shire, Nominee, Best Actress in a Leading Role

Memorable Quotes

"Your nose is broken."----Mickey (Burgess Meredith)|"How does it look?"----Rocky (Sylvester Stallone)|"Ah, it's an improvement."----Mickey

"Why do you wanna fight?"----Adrian (Talia Shire)|"Because I can't sing or dance."----Rocky

"I can't beat him. But that don't bother me. The only thing I want to do is to go the distance, that's all. Because if that bell rings and I'm still standing, then I'm gonna know for the first time in my life, see, that I wasn't just another bum from the neighborhood."----Rocky

"Yo, Adrian!"----Rocky

Professional Reviews

Entertainment Weekly
"...Writer-star Sylvester Stallone's parable of redemption remains not only the sports-film paragon but one of the most successful low-budget movies ever..." 01/11/2002 p.36

Total Film
"...A pure pugilistic fairytale..." 11/01/2003 p.129

"[S]triking a blow for underdogs with more heart than smarts, and bringing apple-pie values and feel-good endings back into vogue." 12/01/2003 p.12

4 stars out of 5 -- "A fine, scuffed, sweaty slab of romantic pulp sentimentalism." 03/01/2007 p.122

ReelViews 10 of 10
There are essentially three kinds of boxing movies: those that offer a grim, tell-it-as-it-is perspective of life in the ring, those that focus (often in an exaggerated fashion) on the business aspects of things, and those that seek to uplift through a rags-to-riches story. Rocky, the 1977 Best Picture Oscar winner, belongs unabashedly in the third category. Although the movie contains realistic elements and is set in a believable arena, it is essentially a fairy tale about a down-and-out pugilist who gets a chance at the fight of a lifetime, and, at the same time, wins the girl. Rocky certainly didn't invent all the sports movie cliches - they were around long before the mid-'70s - but it applied them in a way that captivated audiences and didn't seem over-the-top. Since 1976, nearly every film featuring a big sports comeback and triumph has been inspired by and/or compared to Rocky, regardless of whether it involves boxing or not. - James Berardinelli

Chicago Sun-Times 10 of 10
His name is Sylvester Stallone, and, yes, in 1976 he did remind me of the young Marlon Brando. How many actors have come and gone and been forgotten who were supposed to be the "dvd Brando," while Brando endured? And yet in "Rocky" he provides shivers of recognition reaching back to "A Streetcar Named Desire." He's tough, he's tender, he talks in a growl, and hides behind cruelty and is a champion at heart. "I coulda been a contender," Brando says in "On the Waterfront." This movie takes up from there...And then there's Talia Shire, as the girl (she was the hapless sister of the Corleone boys in "The Godfather"). When she hesitates before kissing Rocky for the first time, it's a moment so poignant it's like no other. - Roger Ebert

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