"I've seen that book. It was Steve's when he came out of the ice. I told him about Trouble Man. He wrote it in that book."
Sam Wilson to Bucky Barnes[src]

Captain America's To-Do List was a notebook that contained a list of items, people and events which Steve Rogers made note of in order to become better acquainted with the modern world. The book was later acquired by Bucky Barnes, who used it to create a list of amends.


"Marvin Gaye, 1972, Trouble Man soundtrack. Everything you missed jammed into one album."
"I'll put it on the list."
Steve Rogers and Sam Wilson[src]

Steve Rogers told Sam Wilson the day they met while jogging in Washington, D.C. that he had difficulty getting caught up with the modern world. Wilson recommended Marvin Gaye's Trouble Man soundtrack from 1972, stating that it was everything that Rogers had missed while he was frozen jammed into one album. Rogers promptly put it on his list.[1]

Following Rogers' retirement as Captain America, Bucky Barnes, his best friend, repurposed the book, writing within it a list of people he wronged during his time as the Winter Soldier with whom he would like to make amends, as well as a list of people that he helped while under HYDRA coercion.[2]


Different versions of the list are featured in the various international releases of Captain America: The Winter Soldier:

United States of America and Canada

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United Kingdom and Ireland

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South Korea

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Latin America

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Australia and New Zealand

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