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Rocky V General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

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Rocky V

Directed by

John G. Avildsen

Starring

Actor
Character
Rocky Balboa
Sage Stallone
Rocky Balboa Jr.
Burgess Meredith
Mickey Goldmill
Tommy Morrison
Tommy 'Machine' Gunn
Richard Gant
George Washington Duke
Tony Burton
Duke
Jimmy Gambina
Jimmy
Delia Sheppard
Karen
Mike Sheehan
Merlin Sheets
Michael Anthony Williams
Union Cane
Kevin Connolly
Chickie
Elisebeth Peters
Jewel
Hayes Swope
Chickie's Pal
Nicky Blair
Fight Promoter
Jodi Letizia
Marie
Christopher Avildsen
Druggy
Jonathan Avildsen
Druggy
Don Sherman
Andy
Stu Nahan
Fight Commentator
Al Bernstein
Fight Commentator
James Binns
James Binns (Rocky's Lawyer)
Meade Martin
Las Vegas Announcer
Michael Buffer
Fight Announcer (3rd Fight)
Albert J. Myles
Benson
Jane Marla Robbins
Gloria
Ben Geraci
Cab Driver
Clifford C. Coleman
Motorcycle Mechanic
Lou Fillipo
Referee
Frank Cappuccino
Referee
Lauren K. Woods
Conference Reporter
Robert Seltzer
Conference Reporter
Albert S. Meltzer
Conference Reporter
J.J. Clark
Conference Reporter
Stanley R. Hochman
Conference Reporter
Elmer Smith
Conference Reporter
Henry D. Tillman
Contender #1
Stan Ward
Contender #2
Brian Phelps
Reporter
Mark Thompson
Reporter
Paul Cain
Reporter
Kent H. Johnson
Reporter
Cindy Roberts
Reporter
Patrick Cronin
Dr. Rimlan
Helena Carroll
Woman Drinker
Tony Munafo
Drinker
Bob Vasquez
Drinker
Richard Dub Wright
Drinker
Susan Persily
Drinker
Gary Compton
Drinker
John Cahill
Drinker
LeRoy Neiman
Fight Announcer
Michael Pataki
Nicoli Koloff
Jennifer Flavin
Delivery Girl
Tricia Flavin
Delivery Girl
Julie Flavin
Delivery Girl
Bob Giovane
Timmy
Carol A. Ready
Russian Woman
Katharine Margiotta
Woman in Dressing Room
Jeff Langton
Boxer
Joe Sabatino
Boxer
Danny Epper
Boxer
Del Weston
Boxer
Mel Scott-Thomas
Boxer
Billy D. Lucas
Boxer
Alex Garcia
Boxer
Curtis Jackson
Boxer
Dale Jacoby
Boxer
Clay Hodges
Boxer
Richard C. Oprison
Boxer
Kevin Bucceroni
Boxer
John DMartin
Boxer
Rodney Frazier
Boxer
Eric Hedgeman
Boxer
Charles Hines
Boxer
Kerry Judge
Boxer
Billy D. Saunders
Boxer
Al Bandiero
American Commentator #2
Robert M. Bouffard
Russian reporter
G. Larry Butler
Boxing Match Attendee
Stephen G. Grosso
Kid in Crowd
David Hummel
Ringside Spectator
Kitty Kavey
Ringside Spectator
Jon Kuyper
Reporter
Kurt Leitner
Neighbor #1
Diana Lewis
Reporter
Steve Lott
Cornerman
Dolph Lundgren
Ivan Drago
Ned Martin
Ringside Observer
Troy Martin
Reporter
Paul Micale
Father Carmine
Paul Dion Monte
Boxer
Ben Piazza
Doctor
Kevin Rooney
Tommy's Title Fight Cornerman
Jeffrey L. Tandy
Extra
John Timmons
Cop #1
Gina Marie Turcketta
Kissing Girl
Jennifer Vanderslice
Ringside Crowd
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Year: 1991
 104 minutes (1 hrs 44 mins)
UK release date UK release: 25th January 1991
 BBFC Age Rating:  PG age rating
US release date US release: 16th November 1990
MPAA Age Rating: Rocky V PG-13 age rating 
UK total gross
  £4.4 Million
US total gross
  $40.9 Million
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Top Grossing Movie Chart Position
UK total gross
£4,427,304
1448
Rocky V
1449

US total gross
$40,946,358
1904
Rocky V

UK Age Rating
UK BBFC Certificate: PG
Genres
Popular in these countries
  •  United States
  •  United Kingdom
  •  France
UK Box Office Info

Highest chart position: 1

Weeks on box office: 8

UK Box Office Chart History
Date
Place
Week
Total
Rocky V
1N
£2,433,576
£2,433,576
2
£973,430
£3,407,006
5
£540,794
£3,947,800
5▲▼
£270,397
£4,218,197
10
£108,159
£4,326,356
11
£60,088
£4,386,444
12
£24,035
£4,410,479
12▲▼
£12,018
£4,422,497
17
£4,807
£4,427,304
US Box Office Info

Highest US chart position:

US Box Office Chart History
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