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Cast: Michael Pataki, Patrick Cronin, Helena Carroll, Jennifer Flavin, Richard Gant, Mark Thompson, Kurt Leitner, Talia Shire, Burt Young, Sage Stallone, Danny Epper, Jonathan Avildsen, LeRoy Neiman, Alex García, Don Sherman, Kent H. Johnson, Christopher Avildsen, Gary Compton, Clifford C. Coleman, Rodney Frazier, Meade Martin, Jon Kuyper, James Binns, Mel Scott-Thomas, Dale Jacoby, Katharine Margiotta, Nicky Blair, Susan Persily, Ben Geraci, G. Larry Butler, Cindy Roberts, Robert M. Bouffard, Bob Giovane, Jimmy Gambina, Tony Munafo, John P. Clark, Charles Hines, Paul Cain, Lauren K. Woods, Albert S. Meltzer, Henry Tillman, John Timmons, Curtis Jackson, Jeff Langton, Carol A. Ready, Joe Sabatino, Brian Phelps, Tricia Flavin, Hayes Swope, Eric Hedgeman, Richard C. Oprison, Elisebeth Peters, Troy Martin, Del Weston, Gina Marie Turcketta, Julie Flavin, Richard 'Dub' Wright, Paul Dion Monte, Michael Williams, Billy D. Saunders, Kevin Bucceroni, Delia Sheppard, Jane Marla Robbins, John Cahill, Ben Piazza, Al Bernstein, Tommy Morrison, Frank Cappuccino, Kevin Connolly, Michael Buffer, Tony Burton, Burgess Meredith, Stu Nahan, Diana Lewis, Kevin Rooney, Dolph Lundgren, Bob Vasquez, Kerry Judge, Robert Seltzer, Sylvester Stallone, John D'Martin, Albert J. Myles, Clay Hodges, Lou Filippo, Elmer Smith, Mike Girard Sheehan, Stanley R. Hochman, Stan Ward, Billy D. Lucas (Show Less)
Rocky V is a 1990 American film. The fifth film in the Rocky series, written by and starring Sylvester Stallone, and co-starring Talia Shire, Stallone's real life son Sage, and real life boxer Tommy Morrison, with Morrison in the role of Tommy Gunn, a talented yet raw boxer. Sage played Robert... ... Show More
Rocky V is a 1990 American film. The fifth film in the Rocky series, written by and starring Sylvester Stallone, and co-starring Talia Shire, Stallone's real life son Sage, and real life boxer Tommy Morrison, with Morrison in the role of Tommy Gunn, a talented yet raw boxer. Sage played Robert Balboa, whose relationship with his famous father is explored. After Stallone directed the second through fourth films in the series, Rocky V saw the return of director John G. Avildsen, whose direction of the first film won him an Academy Award for Best Director. Reception to the film was generally negative and it was considered a very disappointing conclusion to the series. The box office gross was highly diminished from its predecessor by at least $190 million. Rocky V marked the final appearance of Talia Shire and Burgess Meredith in the Rocky series. Due to the low box office result, Rocky V was the last Rocky movie that United Artists had any involvement in. Though this was presumed to be the ending of the series, Sylvester Stallone made the sixth and final entry into the series, Rocky Balboa released on December 20, 2006. Show Less
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