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Kreese (Character)
from The Karate Kid (1984)

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The Karate Kid -- An elderly martial arts expert (Pat Morita) teaches a high schooler (Ralph Macchio) to defend himself from bullies.
The Karate Kid -- A handyman/martial arts master agrees to teach a bullied boy karate and shows him that there is more to the martial art than fighting.

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  1. The Karate Kid Part III (1989) Played by Martin Kove
  2. The Karate Kid Part II (1986) Played by Martin Kove
    ... aka "Karate Kid II" - USA (promotional title)
  3. The Karate Kid (1984) Played by Martin Kove

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From The Karate Kid Part III (1989)
Terry Silver: [in steam filled bathroom talking to John Kreese on phone] I'm telling you, we will be up and running.
John Kreese: [getting back massaged] What about the winners?
Terry Silver: Those two jerk offs are taking up all my time. But you just relax. For the boy he will compete. I'm telling you too, that he is going to be begging me to be his teacher. And what he's going to learn from me is pain in every part of his body. And fear in every part of his mind. But here's the kicker he's going to thank me for it later. Then I'm going to think he's invincible. But then when he steps out into the ring of the tournament, he's really going to find out what pain's all about.
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