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Sylvester Stallone was carrying only 5 percent body fat whilst filming for rocky 4.
Dolph came to the USA to study chemical engineering at MIT but got involved in modelling and acting.
He was dating Grace Jones at the time and had appeared in the Bond movie briefly with her.
The very best way to enjoy “Rocky” is not to examine it too carefully; better simply to relax and roll with the Walter Mitty, Cinderella, or what-have-you notion that the least of us still stands a chance of making it big.
Stallone’s title character is that of a near-loser, a punchy reject scorned by gym owner Burgess Meredith, patronized by local loan shark Joe Spinell (for whom Stallone is too-sympathetic a strong-arm collection agent), rebuffed by plain-Jane Talia Shire whose brother, Burt Young, keeps engineering a romantic match.
John Avildsen (director): Originally, a friend of mine had brought Sylvester to the producers as an actor, and during that audition he said, “I also write.” They said, “Let’s see something you’ve written,” so he showed them a script he wrote called , and that’s how it happened.
Sylvester Stallone (screenwriter, Rocky Balboa): I was just about broke and things were looking very, very bad.
"He used ear plugs to create what's known as active listening.
Even Jodi Letizia, latent teenage tramp, has contempt for him.
Rocky would have remained in this rut, had not heavyweight champ Carl Weathers come up with the Bicentennial gimmick of fighting a sure-ringer, thereby certifying the American Dream for public consumption.
If ever a recent offbeat film project had some high-horsepower sponsorship, it’s “Rocky.” Sylvester Stallone stars in his own screenplay about a minor local boxer who gets a chance to fight a heavyweight championship bout.
Some genuinely strong emotional impact emerges from the heavy environment of street grime and gymnasium sweat provided by director John G.