In the third episode of this series, the Ducks get scholarships to Eden Hall Academy, a high ranking prep school. But as freshmen, they will have to face the snob varsity team...Written by
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In the final seconds of the game, the announcer says that Conway has a breakaway, in the next shot, we see a Warriors player in front of Conway. See more »
[about Coach Orion]
I heard he was a Buddhist. You know, like Kung Fu or Richard Gere.
Kung Fu wasn't a Buddhist. He was a Trappist monk.
Are you talking about the old "Kung Fu" or "The Further Adventures of the New Kung Fu"?
Y'all watch too much TV.
Shoot, that's the safest thing to do in my hood.
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I'm not sure exactly why so many people think of the Mighty Ducks movies as silly and pointless. I was never good at sports, but I have always believed that, with proper coaching, any sport could teach children and teenagers about life. The third installment of this series, directed more toward teenagers than anyone else, really shows how teamwork and positive thinking can overcome obstacles and help them grow. I have seen D3 many times and yet as I recently bought the DVD and watched it again, I couldn't help but cheer for the Ducks.
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