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Rambo: First Blood Part II

Rambo: First Blood Part II is a 1985 American action film directed by George P. Cosmatos and co-written by Sylvester Stallone, who also reprises his role as Vietnam War veteran John Rambo. A sequel to First Blood (1982), it is the second installment in the Rambo franchise, followed by Rambo III. It co-stars Richard Crenna, who reprises his role as Colonel Sam Trautman, along with Charles Napier, Julia Nickson, and Steven Berkoff.

Plot

Three years after the incident in Hope, Washington, former US Army Green Beret John Rambo, now imprisoned at a penal labor facility, receives a visit from his former mission commander and old friend, Colonel Sam Trautman. With the Vietnam War now officially over, the public has become increasingly concerned over news that US POWs have been left in enemy custody in Vietnam. To placate their demands for action, the US government has authorized a solo infiltration mission to confirm the reports. Rambo agrees to undertake the operation in exchange for a pardon.

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    award Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Original Song Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screenplay
    contentLocation Thailand United States of America
    director George P. Cosmatos
    editor Mark Goldblatt Mark Helfrich
    events Cold War
    genre action adventure
    keywords army camp barrel bomb bow and arrow bureaucrat capture colonel day by day electric shock electric shocks extraction point film credits fly green beret gun fire held at gunpoint helicopter gunship helicopter pilot help infiltration infiltration tactics intelligence agent john rambo kill left in enemy custody machine gun missive move nothing old friend pardon penal labor penal labor in the united states photographic evidence pow prison camp prisoner of war rescue rescue mission return home river river pirates rocket launcher rocket-propelled grenade rpg sam trautman sergeant suffer survive suspect united states army united states army special forces us army vietnam war vietnam war pow/mia issue warn wash washington
    musicBy Jerry Goldsmith
    nomination Academy Award for Best Sound Editing Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director Golden Raspberry Award for Worst New Star Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Original Song Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screenplay Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
    producer Buzz Feitshans
    productionCompany Carolco Pictures Estudios Churubusco
    publisher AFI Catalog of Feature Films TriStar Pictures
    recordedAt Mexico
    theme missing people propaganda sequel war