10 Facts About Rambo III


Rambo III is a 1988 American action film directed by Peter MacDonald and co-written by Sylvester Stallone, who reprises his role as Vietnam War veteran John Rambo.

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Sam Trautman, from the hands of an extremely powerful and ruthless Soviet Army colonel who is bent on killing both Trautman and Rambo III, while helping a local band of Afghan rebels fight against Soviet forces threatening to destroy their village.

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Rambo III was released worldwide on May 25,1988, and grossed $189 million at the box office.

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Three years after the events in Vietnam, John Rambo III has settled in a Thai monastery and is helping with construction work on the monastery grounds.

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Colonel Sam Trautman visits his old friend and ally Rambo III, and explains that he is putting together a mercenary team for a CIA-sponsored mission to supply the Mujahideen and other tribes as they try to repel the Soviet Army in Afghanistan.

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Aware that Trautman will die otherwise, Rambo III gets permission to undertake a solo rescue on the condition that he will be disavowed in the event of capture or death.

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Hamid, as well as Rambo III, are wounded during the battle and Rambo III sends him and Mousa away before resuming his infiltration.

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The final charge sees the two vehicles collide, but Rambo III survives after firing the tank's main gun after colliding with Zaysen's Hind.

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Needless to say Rambo III is not afraid of a little competition but being attacked by third rate male models could be an enemy that could overwhelm him.

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Rambo III was released on DVD on November 23,2004, and a Blu-Ray release followed on May 23,2008.

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