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Rocky Balboa nods toward other, better boxing films, including Raging Bull and Million Dollar Baby.
But whenever the image was in doubt, Stallone could usually count on some love if he returned to Rocky, his dim but lovable boxer creation that made him a superstar.
20 /PRNewswire/ -- Rocky Runners -- including those who scaled "the steps" with Sylvester Stallone and the Philadelphia cinematographer who made filmmaking history in the original ROCKY 30 years ago -- tomorrow will return to the legendary landmark for a special ceremony to mark the milestone anniversary of the breakthrough film and the launch of Rocky Stories: Tales of Love, Hope and Happiness at America's Most Famous Steps, by Philadelphia Inquirer Pulitzer Prize winners Michael Vitez and Tom Gralish.
Rocky was the company's vice president and job-site supervisor.
A wide-ranging tick previously considered to be little more than a nuisance to people is responsible for at least 11 eases of Rocky Mountain spotted fever in eastern Arizona, researchers report.
Geological Survey (USGS) Rocky Mountain Mapping Center, as well as a number of other partners (including federal, state, county, city, university, and tribal agencies).
also in Rocky Mount, are wholly owned subsidiaries of Royal Bank of Canada, Montreal, Canada.
Those are the words of Rocky Botkin, principal at Pacific Land Clearing (PLC), Portland, Ore.
Rocky Flats nuclear facility became the Department of Energy's (DOE) golden child in July when the last of the weapons-grade plutonium stored there was shipped away ahead of schedule.
The board of directors of Rocky Mountain Ginseng, Inc.
It's hard to think of a cultural phenomenon that has done more to give comfort to the freaks of the world than The Rocky Horror Show, Richard O'Brien's 1973 rock musical--cum--B-movie spoof about a sweet transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania.
The Rocky theme song used as an email notifier to alert users when they have messages in their inboxes;