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Harry Bromley Davenport
This could have been one of those movies that's so bad it's good. And based on the cover art, that's exactly what you'd expect. A ninja fighting the KKK? Sounnds awesome! Too bad that's exactly what you don't get. There is no action in this movie. NONE. The so-called "ninja" that is the protagonist spends the entire movie running away from the KKK hicks and occasionally getting his butt kicked. You only know he's a ninja because the flashbacks tell you so.
You'll find more action in an episode of Sesame Street. More believable acting too. Don't watch this movie unless you're having trouble sleeping. That's about all it's good for.
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