On the morning of Friday, December 4 / 1981, Sylvester Stallone walked across this bridge in one of the most iconic scenes filmed in the entire series.
Brian Dennehy mentioned in an interview that he was a little concerned with Sly's intensity while filming this scene and questioned him on it later.
Due to age of the bridge, the Town of Hope decided it was time for a new one and that's when all efforts went in to try and save it. Countless fans and even Sylvester Stallone was rumoured to want it for his Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas. On Sunday, July 10 / 2011, Hope had an amazing going away ceremony that included the likes of Stephen Chang, the Vietcong Officer who cut Rambo's Chest in the flashback scene along with local celebrity Mark Madryga.
This location is on route along the Kawkawa Lake road on the way to the Othello Tunnels. Look to the left while crossing the new bridge on the way out of town.
THE FAMOUS RAMBO BRIDGE GETS DISMANTLED AS HOPE'S LEGENDARY RESIDENTS RILEY FORMAN AND BRIAN MCKINNEY LOOK ON
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