Movies from Steve Rogers

Rocky

When world heavyweight boxing champion, Apollo Creed wants to give an unknown fighter a shot at the title as a publicity stunt, his handlers choose palooka Rocky Balboa, an uneducated collector for a Philadelphia loan shark. Rocky teams up with trainer Mickey Goldmill to make the most of this once in a lifetime break.
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Steve Roger's list of things. Across the multiple versions of the lists, the last five items of each list match between each region. Thai Food Star Wars/Trek Nirvana (Band) Rocky (Rocky II?) Troubleman (Soundtrack)
Movies from Steve Rogers

Star Wars

Princess Leia is captured and held hostage by the evil Imperial forces in their effort to take over the galactic Empire. Venturesome Luke Skywalker and dashing captain Han Solo team together with the loveable robot duo R2-D2 and C-3PO to rescue the beautiful princess and restore peace and justice in the Empire.
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Steve Roger's list of things. Across the multiple versions of the lists, the last five items of each list match between each region. Thai Food Star Wars/Trek Nirvana (Band) Rocky (Rocky II?) Troubleman (Soundtrack)
Books from Steve Rogers

On Tyranny

#1 New York Times Bestseller • A historian of fascism offers a guide for surviving and resisting America's turn towards authoritarianism.The Founding Fathers tried to protect us from the threat they knew, the tyranny that overcame ancient democracy. Today, our political order faces new threats, not unlike the totalitarianism of the twentieth century. We are no wiser than the Europeans who saw democracy yield to fascism, Nazism, or communism. Our one advantage is that we might learn from their experience.On Tyranny is a call to arms and a guide to resistance, with invaluable ideas for how we can preserve our freedoms in the uncertain years to come."Mr. Snyder is a rising public intellectual unafraid to make bold connections between past and present." —The New York Times
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History repeats itself, and Steve Rogers understands this more than most. He’d appreciate Timothy’s Snyder’s On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century, which offers examples of how to protect democracy from authoritarian and totalitarian regimes, drawing parallels between current events and 20th century threats like the rise of fascism and Nazism in Europe. Timely, reflective, and most importantly, concise -- at 128 pages, it can be finished in one sitting -- On Tyranny is the perfect read for Steve, a man ready to save the world but without a lot of time to spare.
Books from Steve Rogers

Uncle Tom's Cabin

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Judging from his name and his uniform I would have to say “Uncle Tom's Cabin” because it shows all the stereotypes that are bad about America and he could use it as a guideline to help him do the opposite things which are good. I'm speaking as a Canadian, though so I tend to try ald look at the correct side of things. Mock me if you Will, eh.(We really all don't say that ALL the time!)
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R.O.C.K. In The U.S.A. (A Salute To 60's Rock)

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Just in case Captain America needs a little refresher on the history of rock music in the United States, he can always throw on this classic hit. John Mellencamp gives a breakdown of the greatest founders of rock and roll when he says, “There was Frankie Lyman, Bobby Fuller, Mitch Ryder. They were rockin’. Jackie Wilson, Shangra-las, Young Rascals. They were rockin’. Spotlight on Martha Reeves, let’s don’t forget James Brown. Rockin’ in the U.S.A.” But hey, the best part is it’s just a really catchy song.
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We're An American Band - Remastered 2002

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Would you like a side of cowbell with your red, white, and blue? We thought so. Well, if Captain America can appreciate a great rock group with a taste for the patriotic, then this the perfect choice for his playlist. Grand Funk Railroad’s classic song would be a great song for Cap to play while flying a quinjet into battle. Maybe he thinks of the Avengers as his “American Band.”
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Moonlight Cocktail - Remastered

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Might Cap have had this song in mind as he plunged into the icy Arctic? He did promise Peggy one last dance…maybe this would have been his choice for that special occasion. It is a perfect, slow dancing song by a great band with excellent vocals. Here’s hoping Cap gets to share a dance to this song with some special lady one day.
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It's Been a Long, Long Time

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But there was another tease sitting right there in The Winter Soldier. When Nick Fury breaks into Steve’s apartment and plays some music very loudly to cover their conversation, he’s put on a record that Rogers had hanging around his apartment: the Harry James Orchestra recording of “It’s Been a Long, Long Time,” with vocals by Kitty Kallen.
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Philadelphia Freedom

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“From the day I was born I’ve waved the flag,” seems like a fitting lyric for Steve Rodgers. He bleeds red, white, and blue, and has since he was a boy. Regardless of the super-soldier serum, Steve Rodgers is one of the most patriotic souls in America. This tribute to America from Elton John captures that pride and upbeat love of the U.S.A., and certainly would make Cap happy.
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Take the "A" Train

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In a nod to his roots, we’ve thrown in a few songs that Cap might have listened to before his time in the ice. Not only is this song one of the top hits in the 40s, but it also could be easily interpreted to be about the trains in New York City, Steve’s hometown. You can’t deny that the 40s had some of the best music vibes in history, either.
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I Won't Back Down

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This is a great song for Captain America because it perfectly captures the strength and determination that make Cap such a formidable opponent and strong ally. He won’t back away from any fight, and is willing to do whatever it takes to achieve his goals. He simply won’t back down.
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Pretty Peggy-O

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Cap’s greatest love was his WW2 comrade, Peggy Carter. The tragedy that Cap was never able to live out the life that he had imagined spending with Peggy is perhaps the saddest part of Captain America’s history in comics. This song is a great choice for Steve’s playlist, and you’ll see why from the lyrics. “Well, our captain fell in love, with a lady like a dove. Her name that she had was pretty Peggy-O.” It doesn’t get more perfect than that. Too bad Cap had to wait more than 50 years to hear this song, because he would have loved to share a moment with Peggy while they listened along.
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Born in the U.S.A.

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One that can’t be forgotten is Bruce Springsteen’s, “Born in the U.S.A.”. Captain America can probably relate to any song that references war and the patriotism that all soldiers share. Whether it is referencing WW2, Vietnam, or the war in the Middle East, Cap gets it. The lyrics, “Born down in a dead man’s town, the first kick I took was when I hit the ground,” seem to capture Captain America’s rough beginnings. However, his willingness to fight for his country led to him becoming the nation’s most valued soldier.
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Star Spangled Banner - Live at The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, August 18, 1969

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Alright, so Steve Rodgers didn’t get to experience Woodstock during his time spent frozen in the arctic, but for someone with so much patriotism and passion for his country, this song is surely one to pull on Cap’s heartstrings while also giving him a taste of the awesome rock guitar and music that he missed out on. Jimi Hendrix’s intense rendition of our nation’s anthem at Woodstock 1969 is considered one of the greatest patriotic songs of all time, and certainly one could argue that the goings on at Woodstock were symbolic of the growth and evolution of thinkers in the United States. Even though they changed the world that he knew, Cap still would tip his cap to the thinkers and artists of the 60s.
Goods from Steve Rogers

Marvel Exclusive Legends Gear Classic Comic Captain America Shield Prop Replica

From the people who brought you Marvel Legends action figures, comes this massive Marvel Legends Gear Classic Comic Captain America Shield Prop Replica - Exclusive!
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Rogers' years of training and experience with his unique shield, as well as its physical properties, allow him to accomplish amazing feats with the item. Aside from bashing foes and blocking incoming attacks, even from extremely skilled weapon masters such as Thor with his hammer and even Thanos using his sword, he is able to throw it with a nearly perfect aim, managing to slice Spider-Man's webbing with it mid-air. Rogers can hit multiple targets with the same throw by means of ricochet, and could even achieve a boomerang-like return effect, allowing him to strike enemies from behind or retrieve the shield without objects to ricochet from.