History Characters / Rambo

7th May '18 12:07:26 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* PetTheDog: He is a police officer after all, and these moments makes Teasle human and fallible. In a deleted scene, he shows remorse towards Galt's widow, who's grieving over Galt's corpse, and attempts to apologize to a deputy's wife for her husband's injuries Rambo caused. He then justified his man hunt by listing out the devastation Rambo caused ranging from his deputies' incapacitation to Galt's widow's grief. In the bar scene, he has a civil talk with Trautman (even started his talk with him by apologizing for being "out of line") after thinking Rambo was killed by the National Guard, confessing his desire to kill Rambo himself to him. In a deleted part of this scene, at the beginning of the scene, he returned the gesture of being congratulated for Rambo's "death," while at the end of the scene, he then offered Trautman a ride to the airport. During the manhunt, when Orval was wounded, he tends to Orval's wounds and then when Deputy Balford was wounded by a booby trap, he freed Balford. Also, just before his final showdown with Rambo, he alerts the townspeople to get off the streets and hide in their homes to be away from danger when Rambo arrives.

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* PetTheDog: He is a police officer after all, all and these moments makes Teasle human and fallible. In a deleted scene, he shows remorse towards Galt's widow, who's grieving over Galt's corpse, and attempts to apologize to a deputy's wife for her husband's injuries Rambo caused. He then justified his man hunt by listing out the devastation Rambo caused ranging from his deputies' incapacitation to Galt's widow's grief. In the bar scene, he has a civil talk with Trautman (even started his talk with him by apologizing for being "out of line") after thinking Rambo was killed by the National Guard, confessing his desire to kill Rambo himself to him. In a deleted part of this scene, at the beginning of the scene, he returned the gesture of being congratulated for Rambo's "death," while at the end of the scene, he then offered Trautman a ride to the airport. During the manhunt, when Orval was wounded, he tends to Orval's wounds and then when Deputy Balford was wounded by a booby trap, he freed Balford. Also, just before his final showdown with Rambo, he alerts the townspeople to get off the streets and hide in their homes to be away from danger when Rambo arrives.
7th May '18 12:06:19 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* PetTheDog: He is a police officer after all. In a deleted scene, he shows remorse towards Galt's widow, who's grieving over Galt's corpse, and attempts to apologize to a deputy's wife for her husband's injuries Rambo caused. He then justified his man hunt by listing out the devastation Rambo caused ranging from his deputies' incapacitation to Galt's widow's grief. In the bar scene, he has a civil talk with Trautman (even started his talk with him by apologizing for being "out of line") after thinking Rambo was killed by the National Guard, confessing his desire to kill Rambo himself to him. In a deleted part of this scene, at the beginning of the scene, he returned the gesture of being congratulated for Rambo's "death," while at the end of the scene, he then offered Trautman a ride to the airport. During the manhunt, when Orval was wounded, he tends to Orval's wounds and then when Deputy Balford was wounded by a booby trap, he freed Balford. Also, just before his final showdown with Rambo, he alerts the townspeople to get off the streets and hide in their homes to be away from danger when Rambo arrives.

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* PetTheDog: He is a police officer after all.all, and these moments makes Teasle human and fallible. In a deleted scene, he shows remorse towards Galt's widow, who's grieving over Galt's corpse, and attempts to apologize to a deputy's wife for her husband's injuries Rambo caused. He then justified his man hunt by listing out the devastation Rambo caused ranging from his deputies' incapacitation to Galt's widow's grief. In the bar scene, he has a civil talk with Trautman (even started his talk with him by apologizing for being "out of line") after thinking Rambo was killed by the National Guard, confessing his desire to kill Rambo himself to him. In a deleted part of this scene, at the beginning of the scene, he returned the gesture of being congratulated for Rambo's "death," while at the end of the scene, he then offered Trautman a ride to the airport. During the manhunt, when Orval was wounded, he tends to Orval's wounds and then when Deputy Balford was wounded by a booby trap, he freed Balford. Also, just before his final showdown with Rambo, he alerts the townspeople to get off the streets and hide in their homes to be away from danger when Rambo arrives.
18th Apr '18 9:51:22 PM TroperBeDoper
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* BadassGrandpa: In his 60's during Rambo IV, and still just a lethal to those in his way.
6th Apr '18 10:45:59 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* AvengingTheVillain: Wants to avenge the villainous Art Galt's death.
6th Apr '18 2:53:24 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* VillainRespect: Despite disliking Trautman for being a Vietnam veteran and Rambo's superior officer, Teasle does have some respect towards him, likely due to Trautman being also a Korean War vet like Teasle.
18th Mar '18 11:25:22 AM jeffreyloonychen
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* {{Expy}}: The movie's depiction of Teasle has more in common with the Franchise/{{Batman}} comic book character Harvey Bullock than the novel's version of the character. As both Teasle and Bullock are a FatBastard {{Jerkass}} DirtyCop who are willing to antagonize and arrest TheHero due to their backgrounds they loathed (Rambo is a Vietnam vet and a drifter which are both things Teasle despised, while Batman is a costumed vigilante who Bullock views as a freak).

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* {{Expy}}: The movie's depiction of Teasle has more in common with the Franchise/{{Batman}} comic book character Harvey Bullock than the novel's version of the character. As both Teasle and Bullock are a FatBastard {{Jerkass}} DirtyCop who are willing to antagonize and arrest TheHero due to their backgrounds they loathed (Rambo is a Vietnam vet and a drifter which are both things Teasle despised, while Batman is a costumed vigilante who Bullock views as a freak). However, instead of a FatSlob as Bullock was to a point he is compared to an unmade bed, Teasle was at least [[AdaptationalAttractiveness clean and well-groomed]], even for a CorruptHick he is.
17th Mar '18 12:23:25 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* VillainousValor: Unlike the later outrageous DirtyCommunist villains in the sequels, Teasle here is just a hick town sheriff doing his job even he counts for being a DirtyCop and wanting to avenge Galt's death. However, he is also a Korean War veteran who wants to prove himself to be better than Vietnam veterans after being sick of being in someone else's shadow for so long and relied on his old fashioned infantry combat experience he used in Korea to combat Rambo from thinking of a skirmish line tactic during the initial manhunt to using the rooftop of the police station with nothing, but a rifle and what he learned in past combat rather than an EvilIsBigger Soviet gunship that the later villains used. When the chips are down, Teasle, despite being wounded and accepting defeat, attempts to angrily FaceDeathWithDignity and goads Rambo to GetItOverWith.

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* VillainousValor: Unlike the later outrageous DirtyCommunist villains in the sequels, Teasle here is just a hick town sheriff doing his job even he counts for being a DirtyCop and wanting to avenge Galt's death. However, he is also a Korean War veteran who wants to prove himself to be better than Vietnam veterans after being sick of being in someone else's shadow for so long and relied on his old fashioned infantry combat experience he used in Korea to combat Rambo from thinking of a skirmish line tactic during the initial manhunt to using the rooftop of the police station with nothing, but a rifle and what he learned in past combat rather than an EvilIsBigger Soviet gunship that the later villains used. When the chips are down, Teasle, despite being wounded and accepting defeat, attempts to angrily FaceDeathWithDignity and goads Rambo to GetItOverWith.
GetItOverWith. All of this actions above are quite noble and honorable even for the absolutely wrong dishonorable reasons.
7th Mar '18 10:25:41 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: He is married in both the novel and movie according to the DVD's extras, in the novel it is revealed Teasle is estranged from his wife and it's implied by the DVD commentary that Teasle is similarly estranged from his wife too in the movie and only has his military veteran pride to keep close by in general.
7th Mar '18 10:21:57 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* HeroicBuild: Particularly in Parts II and III, likely due to doing hard labor in prison since the first film. While not particularly tall as [[EvilIsBigger 6'3 Teasle manages to tower over him]], he's extremely muscular.

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* HeroicBuild: Particularly in Parts II and III, likely due to doing hard labor in prison since the first film. While not particularly tall as [[EvilIsBigger 6'3 Teasle manages to tower over him]], him]] in the first movie, he's extremely muscular.
7th Mar '18 10:21:38 PM jeffreyloonychen
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* HeroicBuild: Particularly in Parts II and III. While not particularly tall, he's extremely muscular.

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* HeroicBuild: Particularly in Parts II and III. III, likely due to doing hard labor in prison since the first film. While not particularly tall, tall as [[EvilIsBigger 6'3 Teasle manages to tower over him]], he's extremely muscular.
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