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3 Ninjas Knuckle Up (1995) Poster

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This film was shot before 3 Ninjas Kick Back (1994), despite not being released until later.
This is the only film in the "3 Ninjas" franchise to be rated PG-13.
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Out of the entire 3 Ninjas trilogy, this is the only film which doesn't feature the boys' parents Jessica and Sam Douglas.
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When Rocky is playing Pole Position at the pizza place, the kid to ther right of him is playing Super Mario Bros. 3 on a Play Choice 10. Super Mario 3 was the game that Tum Tum was playing in 3 Ninjas (1992).
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Chad Power's Sister appears in the pizza parlor scene also as the girl who asks Tum Tum what the boys' names are.
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Max Elliott Slade wears a Brown belt by the time this movie was filming.
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Micheal Treanor's Sister appears in the Pizza Parlor scene as the Girl who says: "pick up #14!"
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In addition to being the only film not to feature the boys' parents, it is also the only one where the boys' real names (Samuel, Jeffrey and Michael) are never mentioned. They are only called by their ninja names in this film.
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The only film in the franchise to have the same three child actor's reprise their roles from the first film.
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One shoot lasted until 4 A.M.
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This is only film in the "3 Ninjas" series that does not feature ninjas as the antagonists.
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1 of 2 movies released in 1995 featuring Patrick Kilpatrick as a supporting antagonist and featuring a disc that was important to the plot of the movie. The other was "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory."
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The last film to be directed by South Korean filmmaker Sang-ok Shin (credited under the name Simon Sheen). In 1978, Shin and his wife Choi Eun-hee were kidnapped by the North Korean government and forced to make propaganda movies for 8 years. The couple managed to escape during a Vienna Film Festival in 1986 and were granted political asylum by the American embassy.
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The martial arts assistant Brad Billington appears in the balcony scene as the biker who gets his foot stuck in the bench.
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Charles Napier and Patrick Kilpatrick, who played the 2 leading antagonists in this movie, Jack Harding and J.J., both played villains-of-the-week on the TV series, "Walker, Texas Ranger" (1993-2001).
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