CIA Agent vs. ninjas in a battle for a chemical weapon.

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Three martial-arts students search for the Golden Ninja Warrior, a statue reputed to have magic powers.

Director: Godfrey Ho
Stars: Richard Harrison, Jang Lee Hwang, Jonathan Wattis
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CIA Agent vs. ninjas in a battle for a chemical weapon.

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Richard is at it yet again.......
22 February 2000 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

For those of you uninitiated to the world of Richard Harrison and Joseph Lai, Richard has appeared in at least a dozen films (most not listed on the IMDB) where he has been cut into a separate film that bears no relation to ninja activities (Ninja Thunderbolt, one of the best cheese films ever made, being the exception). He wears ridiculous ninja outfits, fights other westerners who have never met the other characters in the film and stands as giant in the world of low quality film making.

Ninja Hunt is not one of Richard Harrison's best films, but is a worthwhile addition to any video collection for fans of both the master and his evil nemesis Stuart Smith. Find it in a bargain bin near you now!




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