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Sylvester Stallone describes the first public screening of "Rocky."
Sylvester Stallone and crew members talk about filming the scene where Rocky runs up the stairs.
Director John G. Avildsen talks about the intended ending of "Rocky" and how the poetic ending was conceived on set.
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Frank Stallone recalls when Sly Stallone got into the ring with boxer legends Earnie Shavers and Joe Frazier.