The Disturbed Hero
John Rambo is the nonstop, brutal killing machine with a total killcount of 279.
Hell is his home
The most successful Rambo film, and the one that made John Rambo a timeless icon.
Heroes never die...
they just reload. John Rambo's highest on-screen kill count of 83 in 2008's Rambo.
Live for nothing...
or die for something! Check out the upcoming first-person shooter developed by Teyon.
Welcome to Rambo Wiki
243 articles and growing
Rambo Wiki is a collaborative website dedicated to documenting the heroics of legendary action icon John Rambo. This wiki includes detailed information about the four Rambo films, John Rambo himself, his enemies, allies, merchandise, video games, weapons, and all of the locations the films take place at. Our other main goal with this Wiki is to let the world know that Rambo is not some unstoppable action stereotype. He is a broken man who feels pain, both emotionally and physically. Also, the wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article, so we can all work together to create the site. Because this is a growing Wiki, any help detailing and expanding articles will not go unappreciated. Check out the FAQ to help you get started!
Read more on John Rambo's various survival knives, which are arguably his most important and famous tool. The survival knives are different in each film, ranging from professional-grade military knives designed by Arkansas knifesmith Jimmy Lile, to Rambo's own handmade knives, designed by Kentucky knifesmith Gil Hibben, these are all not just useful, but iconic.
For all of the pages on the knives used throughout the history of the films, please visit the Rambo Knife page.
|More From Rambo Wiki|
- Colonel Sam Trautman: Read more about a featured article, the one man who ever believed in John Rambo.
- Rambo III Knife: Read more about a featured article, the Rambo III Knife, one of the most popular replica knives ever produced.
- Compound bow: Read more about a featured article, the Compound Bow, John Rambo's silent-but-deadly weapon of choice.
- Jerry Goldsmith: A famous hollywood composer that went above and beyond when he did the legendary scores for the first three Rambo films.
- Delmar Barry: A new article about the man whose death led to John Rambo's breaking point, and the beginning of First Blood.
|Help Build the Wiki|
- Hello, new editors! Welcome to Rambo Wiki! We would sure love your help expanding this wiki, so if you've ever seen the Rambo films and like them, be sure to make some edits! Anyone can edit, and if you have any questions, be sure to ask me on my talk page. Or if you have something you're not quite sure how to do that you want added to the wiki, just post right under this bullet what you want done, and it might happen!
- Currently I'm working on expanding the general pages on the wiki. I love adding cool photos and moving photos around on a page so it looks good. I am right now working mainly on the On-Screen kills by John Rambo page, and I am planning on expanding to pages that deal with trivia, quotes, and in-depth plot outlines of the movies. Also working to expand the 'John Rambo on' pages.
- Looking for some help with the scripts pages. I'm most proud of the Rambo: First Blood Part II script I located but the other two are merely transcripts from the dialogue. If anyone can find real movie scripts for 1, 3 or 4, I would really appreciate it.
- Articles that are in need of the most help: Scripts pages, On-Screen kills by John Rambo, John Rambo on Rambo I-IV.
- FUN ARTICLE: Check out this Rambo related link for a few quick laughs! http://bit.ly/15py3BU Votesmall (talk) 01:39, September 11, 2013 (UTC)
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|Films:||First Blood • Rambo II • Rambo III • Rambo IV • Rambo V|
|John Rambo on:||First Blood • First Blood Part II • Rambo III • Rambo IV • On-Screen Kills|
|Cast:||Sylvester Stallone • Richard Crenna|
|Video games:||Rambo • Rambo III • Rambo on Fire • Rambo: The Video Game|