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Thunder Ninja Kids in the Golden Adventure (1992)


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Credited cast:
Mike Abbott ...
Wayne Archer ...
Matilda Boström ...
(as Matilda Bostrom)
Albert Bronski
Chun Cho ...
(archive footage)
Andy Cross
Ken Goodman ...
(as Kenneth Goodman)
Pak Chi Hai
Godfrey Ho ...
(as Benny Ho)
Jonathan Isgar ...
Mel - Antique thief (as Jonathan James)
Dong-ho Kim ...
(archive footage)
Kim Wang Sau
Paul Shearer
Kuo Ming Sun ...
(as Sun Kok Ming)
Alice Tse

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Release Date:

31 January 1992 (Turkey)  »

Also Known As:

Üç Belalilar: Son Macera  »

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Mel - Antique thief: We have a priceless antique statue which has been stolen by the Black Ninja.
Female Ninja: Black ninja? What do they look like?
Mel - Antique thief: Hmm.
[scratches head]
Mel - Antique thief: They're all black.
Female Ninja: Oh, sounds like Black Ninja to me.
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Edited from Yong, Ho, Chwi (1988) See more »

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Definitely worth more than the penny i paid for it.
7 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I'm a huge fan of Godfrey Ho films. I love how he would take older gangster films from the Phillipines, Thailand or Hong Kong, and mix it with his own footage he filmed with British actors playing Americans playing Ninjas. This later film from Godfrey Ho sticks to his style, but is definitely aimed towards a younger crowd. Lets say teenagers, or younger. It says "Thunder Ninja Kids" on the cover, but there are not many kids in this movie. There is 1 kid in the Ninja Kid trio. The humor in this movie is very simple. British style humor like Benny hill. Its cheeky and bad. Its hard to review movies like the ones that Godfrey Ho do, because they don't really have a plot, the acting is terrible, the effects are budget, the overdubs are absolutely bad. But these kind of things are what make Godfrey Ho films so entertaining to watch. You have to have a sense of humor to sit thru films like this. If you like Godfrey Ho films, you will enjoy this film as well.

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