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    An 'Evolution of a Knife' Display Related to "Rambo III." TriStar, 1988. Four rustic metal knives and one finished one with a wooden handle; displayed in a shadowbox with a placard below reading "Prototype #1 / Rambo III;" displayed in Stallone's home for many years as he particularly loves this piece.
    Shadowbox: 31" x 27" x 2 1/2"

    "This is a very unique piece. In Rambo III, there was a scene that was filmed but never put into the movie where we see Rambo making his own knife, preparing to go after Colonel Trautman, who's been captured. During the scene, Rambo uses all these different blades to show the evolution of the knife, finally arriving at the one on the bottom which was used in the film."

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    December, 2015
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