Bendell's self-defense school is considered pretty good, but not in the league of the one run by his rival. One thing leads to another, and the two men find themselves, and their students, squaring off in a winner-take-all.
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Don Bendell wrote the script originally in 1976. See more
The stuntmen are clearly visible during the climatic chase and fight scene. See more
When Shapiro Entertainment Corporation picked up the movie for its release, the company ordered director Don Bendell to shoot and insert a new opening to make the film more action-packed and give it more character development. The new opening consisted of Thumper and Bob Chaney's character jogging in the neighborhood and in a no-holds-barred fight with an over-aged street gang. Another sequence occurs at the same time when a group of neighborhood kids battle a seemingly normal guy disguised as a ninja. The ninja later shows up after the fight with the street gang and Chaney offers to let him join his karate school, much to Thumper's dismay. This new version is present on all video releases. See more