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        • Arius attempts to blackmail John Matrix into assassinating the current president of Val Verde.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Screenwriter Steven E. de Souza has said that the movie takes place in Val Verde, but this is up for debate. In the 2010 movie Predators, Isabelle states that the events of the original film took place in Guatemala, though part of the film's first act takes place in another unnamed country. The Predator novelization by Paul Monette also places the events in Guatemala, while Mark Verheiden's comics for Dark Horse specify Colombia.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • In Supercarrier episode 5 "Rest and Revolution", the USS Georgetown docks in Val Verde just as civil war breaks out.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • General Ramon Esperanza is from Val Verde.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Country. (Season 1 episode Plague Ship of Val Verde)
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Elephant Larry made a series of comedy sketches about the country of Val Verde that take place between the scenes of the film Predator.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Sheena is set in Val Verde.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Val Verde is where Chris lost her parents, and where she was enslaved for six years before being rescued by the United Nations.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Broforce, which has characters that parody action heroes like John Matrix from Commando (as well as Dirty Harry, John Rambo, etc.), uses Val Verde as one of its settings.
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • Papa Shogun recalls discovering a hallucinogenic compound in the slime of an indigenous ground toad found in "this shit-hole country of Val Verde."
        • Val Verde is a fictional country used by Hollywood screenwriter and producer Steven E. de Souza when his stories require a South or Central American locale that will not cause legal or diplomatic problems.
        • The Jon Gabrus podcast ActionBoyz is reportedly recorded from a studio in Val Verde.

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