Rambo Iii - III - Special Edition
Artisan (1988)
Adventure, War, Action
In Collection
#271
0*
DVD
102 mins
IMDB 4.7

Sylvester Stallone John J. Rambo
Richard Crenna Colonel Samuel Trautman
Marc de Jonge Colonel Zaysen
Kurtwood Smith Griggs
Spiros Focás Masoud
Sasson Gabai Mousa
Doudi Shoua Hamid
Randy Raney Kourov
Marcus Gilbert Tomask
Alon Abutbul Nissem
Mahmoud Assadollahi Rahim
Joseph Shiloach Khalid
Harold Diamond Stick Fighter
Seri Mati Gun Dealer
Hany Said El Deen Gun Dealer

Director Peter MacDonald
Producer Mario Kassar
Buzz Feitshans
Writer Sheldon Lettich
Sylvester Stallone
David Morrell
Cinematography John Stanier
Musician Jerry Goldsmith

John Rambo (Sylvester Stallone) is requested to go on a mission behind enemy lines in Afghanistan with his old friend and former commanding officer Colonel Sam Trautman (Richard Crenna). After declining Trautman’s request, Trautman gets captured by the Soviets. Afterwards Rambo ends up going to rescue Trautman on an unofficial mission. The mission is helped along by the Mujahedeen rebels fighting the Soviets. With the help of the Mujahedeen Rambo is able to successfully rescue Trautman from the Russian Colonel Zaysen (Marc de Jonge). Afterwards Rambo & Trautman have to escape the heavily defended Soviet camp in which Trautman was being held captive.

Edition Details
Audience Rating R (Restricted)
Country USA
Language English
Distributor Live / Artisan
Edition Special Edition
Barcode 012236126553
Region Region 1
Release Date 5/28/2002
Packaging Keep Case
Screen Ratio Fullscreen (4:3)
Theatrical Widescreen (2.35:1)
Subtitles Spanish; English (Closed Captioned)
Audio Tracks Dolby Digital 5.1 [English]
Dolby Digital Stereo [English]
DTS [English]
Commentary [English]
Layers Single Side, Dual Layer
No. of Disks/Tapes 1

Features
Scene Index New Documentary: Afganistan: Land in Crisis: An in-depth look at Rambo's fictitious involvement in Afghanistan, in light of America's role almost 20 years later. Production Notes Cast and Crew Information Theatrical Trailer Audio Commentary with Director Peter MacDonald