The Official “Rocky” Scrapbook

The Official Rocky Scrapbook by Sylvester Stallone

Publisher: Grosset and Dunlop

Copyright: 1977

Edition shown: 1st Printing, 1977

Tagline: “In his own words Sylvester Stallone tells the rags-to-riches story of how he wrote the Oscar-winning screenplay ROCKY and fought to play the title role.”

Comments: Hardback and Trade Paperback

Sly & Sasha Marry

December 28, 1974. Sly and Sasha Czack are married. The marriage will last eleven years. They will have two sons, Sage and Seargeoh. The photo above was taken in 1971 and sent to us by Sage Stallone from his mother’s private collection.


Sly Scores

Sly appears in Score, an off-Broadway play which runs for less than one month. Pictured above is a photo of the extremely rare program book. Below is the entry for Sly. – Craig

Sly Has No Place to Hide

Sly plays one of the leads in a movie about students politically motivated to change the system by bringing it down. The photo above is one of the extremely rare lobby cards for the movie. The photo below is the equally rare ad booklet for the film. – Craig

Party @ Kitty and Stud’s

Sly appears in the low budget adult film “A Party at Kitty and Stud’s.” Once Sly hit it big with “Rocky” the producers of “Kitty and Stud” offered to sell the film to Sly under the threat of releasing it and ruining his career. To his credit Sly refused to pay them. The movie was repackaged and released as “The Italian Stallion” in order to capitalize on Sly’s new found “Rocky” fame.
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