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Rocky IV is a 1985 American sports drama film written, directed by and starring Sylvester Stallone. It is the sequel to Rocky III (1982) and is the fourth installment in the Rocky franchise. It also stars Talia Shire, Burt Young, Carl Weathers, Tony Burton, Brigitte Nielsen, and Dolph Lundgren. In the film, Rocky Balboa (Stallone) fights Ivan Drago (Lundgren), a Soviet boxer responsible for causing a personal tragedy. Rocky IV was Dolph Lundgren's first American film debut, and Stallone's last directorial effort until 2006.

Plot

In 1985, Soviet boxer Ivan Drago arrives in the United States with his wife, Ludmilla, a Soviet swimmer, and a team of trainers from the Soviet Union and Cuba. His manager, Nicolai Koloff, takes every opportunity to promote Drago's athleticism as a hallmark of Soviet superiority. Motivated by patriotism and an innate desire to prove himself, former heavyweight champion Apollo Creed challenges Drago to an exhibition bout. Rocky has reservations but agrees to help train Apollo for the match.

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    award Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Musical Score Golden Raspberry Award for Worst New Star Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
    contentLocation Moscow Soviet Union
    director Sylvester Stallone
    editor Don Zimmerman John W. Wheeler
    events Cold War revenge
    genre drama
    keywords adrian pennino anabolic steroids apollo creed bally\'s las vegas box boxing exhibition chant cheer christmas christmas day corner stoppage cuba duke end exhibition fight general secretary general secretary of the communist party of the soviet union grand hotel heavyweight champion his wife adrian kill land las vegas living in america lose mgm grand hotel monitor open patriotism politburo press conference than 20 million throw in the towel tony "duke" evers trade train world war iii
    musicBy Vince DiCola
    nomination Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Actor Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Musical Score Golden Raspberry Award for Worst New Star Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Picture Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Screenplay Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actor Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
    producer Irwin Winkler Robert Chartoff
    productionCompany Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer United Artists
    publisher Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer United International Pictures
    recordedAt Grand Teton National Park Las Vegas Valley Los Angeles Philadelphia Vancouver Wyoming
    theme propaganda sequel war