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1984 The Karate Kid Framed Movie Poster - 11 x 17 - Style A - in Deluxe Wood Frame featuring Ralph Macchio, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita, Elisabeth Shue, Randee Heller, Martin Kove, Chad McQueen, William Zabka, John G. Avildsen, Jerry Weintraub,


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Martin Kove signed The Karate Kid 16X20 Photo Convention Framed Sensei Kreese w/ Macchio & Zabka by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

The Karate Kid is a 1984 American military arts drama film that stars Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue, William Zabka and Martin Kove. It is an loser story in the mold of a previous success, the 1976 film Rocky, which Avildsen also directed. The Karate Kid was a commercial success upon release and garnered parlous acclaim, earning Morita an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. The film became the first in a series, spawning three sequels and a remake in 2010.Ralph Macchio, William Zabka & Martin Kove have assistance signed this The Karate Kid 16x20 Photo with Johnny and Sensei Kreese inscriptions. Schwartz Sports Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports Collectibles. Business White Mat and Premium Mahogany Color Framed as shown.

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William Zabka signed The Karate Kid 16X20 Photo Tariff Framed Johnny w/ Macchio & Kove by Buy.com (dba Rakuten.com Shopping)

The Karate Kid is a 1984 American brave arts drama film that stars Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue, William Zabka and Martin Kove. It is an fall guy story in the mold of a previous success, the 1976 film Rocky, which Avildsen also directed. The Karate Kid was a commercial success upon release and garnered important acclaim, earning Morita an Academy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor. The film became the first in a series, spawning three sequels and a remake in 2010.Ralph Macchio, William Zabka & Martin Kove have custody signed this The Karate Kid 16x20 Photo with Johnny and Sensei Kreese inscriptions. Schwartz Sports Hologram and Certificate of Authenticity from Athlon Sports Collectibles. Way White Mat and Premium Mahogany Color Framed as shown.

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    Being an actor isn't all Hollywood glitz and glam. In fact, sometimes it can be downright dangerous. Take these 12 Hollywood stars, for example. They all have one morbid thing in common: They died from incidents that occurred while on the set of the

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    03/25/17 ,via The Straits Times

    A career actor, Jones has made appearances on a number of television shows including Buffy the Vampire Slayer and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation but is perhaps better known for voicing characters in the animated movies Open Season 2 and Cloudy with 

  • Filmart: Chinese Actors Say Farewell to Hollywood

    03/12/17 ,via Hollywood Reporter

    Veteran Chinese casting director PoPing AuYeung (The Forbidden Kingdom, The Karate Kid) brought actor-director Jiang Wen the role of Baze Malbus for Disney's Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. "He turned me down so many times," she says. "He assumed 

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The Karate Kid (1984) - IMDb

Directed by John G. Avildsen. With Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue, Martin Kove. A martial arts master agrees to teach karate to a bullied teenager.

The All-Time Greatest Martial Arts Actors - Ranker

This list of the all time greatest martial arts actors (and actresses) is ranked by kung fu fans worldwide. Anyone can vote on the best martial artists here, which ...

memories of the Eighties!
memories of the Eighties!
I started with the 1960s and the 1970s and continue with the 80s. God it all comes rushing back! I thought it was all just a bad dream!. (A sure sign of the ageing process) It was a time when Don McClean's version of Roy Orbison's 'Crying' sat atop the singles chart, its glum chorus summing up a country struggling to emerge from the late-70s doldrums. GDP had dropped by -1.8 per cent while unemployment, at 5.8 per cent or 1.56million, was still some 0.3 per cent or 360,000 short of today's more painful figure. While Britons got by on an average wage of £6,000 (the equivalent of about £19,000 today), petrol cost 28p a litre (90p), a pint of beer was 35p (£1.10), a loaf of bread 33p (£1.10) and a pint of milk 17p (54p). At the month's end, the pre-decimal sixpence was withdrawn from circulation. Later that summer, Alexandra Palace in London was part-destroyed by fire. The British Olympics team returned from Moscow with a medal haul – including five golds – that left them ninth...
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Jay Hawkins Stuntman Extraordinaire!
Jay Hawkins Stuntman Extraordinaire!
Jay Hawkins who is a very good friend of mine asked me to take some pics of him an just do something awesome with them. So I did something before with 2 other pics which I will upload afterwards but he came up with the idea of imitating the Street Fighter 4 ink splatter effect which I definitely did not back down from. Jay has studied Ai-Mute Shotokan Karate for 8 years and film and stage fight choreography for 2 years. He was also recently inducted into the Screen Actors Guild through his work on the film "SWAT: Fire Fight" If I can find some videos of him I will upload those also because this guy is simply insane! For more on Jay goto: www.imdb.me/jayhawkins www.synergystuntsteam.com/
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Radio Excercises and the Eye in the Sky
Radio Excercises and the Eye in the Sky
Almost all Japanese have practiced "radio exercises" starting at a young age, to the dictates of a voice from a radio, or these days, a image on a television screen (image top, copyright NHK). The noh theatre actor Zeami (Yusa, 1987; Zeami, 1984) claimed in the 15th century that the practice of noh theatre - which, like radio exercises, is performed as a sequence of kata or set forms/poses - enables the aficionado to see himself from the position of their audience. The ability of Japanese to see themselves as if they have a mirror in their head (Heine, Takemoto, Moskalenko, Lasaleta, & Henrich, 2008), even in their memories (Cohen & Gunz, 2002), and also their dreams (Masuda et al, in preparation), is found displayed most strikingly in Japanese artworks which were traditionally taken from the position of an eye in the sky (E.g. Edo artwork, image bottom. If you give a Japanese school child or university student a piece of paper and pencil and ask them to draw...
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