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It was signifigant because it was a real business and the only known instance where John Rambo has been seen working for money at a job. The owners are very proud to have been featured on a popular worldwide film and have signs around the business about how the movie was filmed there.
 
It was signifigant because it was a real business and the only known instance where John Rambo has been seen working for money at a job. The owners are very proud to have been featured on a popular worldwide film and have signs around the business about how the movie was filmed there.
 
==[[Rambo IV]]==
 
==[[Rambo IV]]==
John Rambo is seen working at the farm by catching snakes in the jungles of [[Thailand]]. He travels back on the [[Salween River ]] by his boat, which he also uses to catch fish and give to Buddhist monks, presumably from the monastery he lived at during the events of Rambo III. Rambo returns to the farm and takes care of the snakes in their cages as well, feeding them mice and making sure that they have plenty of water. Rambo does not seem to like his boss, however, and the two don't get along, primarily because he wants another python and they already have too many cobras. Rambo replies in English for the owner to "fuck off", and the owner presumably does not pick up on this, as he may not understand much English. Rambo is later encountered at the farm by the missionaries from the [[Christ Church of Colorado]], who ask him to transport them into Burma on his boat.
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John Rambo is seen working at the farm by catching snakes in the jungles of Thailand. He travels back on the Salween River by his boat, which he also uses to catch fish and give to Buddhist monks, presumably from the monastery he lived at during the events of Rambo III. Rambo returns to the farm and takes care of the snakes in their cages as well, feeding them mice and making sure that they have plenty of water. Rambo does not seem to like his boss, however, and the two don't get along, primarily because he wants another python and they already have too many cobras. Rambo replies in English for the owner to "fuck off", and the owner presumably does not pick up on this, as he may not understand much English. Rambo is later encountered at the farm by the missionaries from the [[Christ Church of Colorado]], who ask him to transport them into Burma on his boat.
   
[[File:3214225742_8755ca42ea_z.jpg|thumb|220px|Photos from the filming. ]]Rambo also has a small shop on the farm grounds where he does metalworking, primarily[[Forging| forging]]. He is seen in this workshop forging a new propellor for [[John Rambo's boat|his boat and]][[Rambo IV machete| a machete]]. Rambo possibly lives in a small hut located on the grounds, and likely does. He also keeps his boat docked near the farm.
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[[File:3214225742_8755ca42ea_z.jpg|thumb|220px|Photos from the filming. ]]Rambo also has a small shop on the farm grounds where he does metalworking, primarily[[Forging| forging]]. He is seen in this workshop forging a new propellor for [[John Rambo's boat|his boat ]]and[[Rambo IV machete| a machete]]. Rambo possibly lives in a small hut located on the grounds, and likely does. He also keeps his boat docked near the farm.
   
 
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==Trivia==

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