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3 Ninjas: High Noon at Mega Mountain (1998) Poster

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Despite the Long Line of Stunt People for this movie, all of the actors actually did some of their own stunts.
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Victor Wong's last film.
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Max Elliott Slade was supposed to play Colt in this film, but he went back to school instead.
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Elitch Gardens, where the movie was filmed, was completely remodeled for shooting. All of the park and ride signs were changed for the movie. In a few places, the real signs for the rides and park are in the background.
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Michael J. O' Laskey II is a black belt in Tae Kwon Do.
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Victor Wong thought this was the best out of all of the 3 Ninjas movies because the boys' character developed deeper.
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The only 3 Ninjas film without narration from the boys at the beginning and end.
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In the opening training sequence, Colt twirls nun-chuks, trying to block the tennis balls from hitting him. This was also used in the opening training sequence in the first 3 Ninjas films.
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The lowest-grossing film in the franchise, opening in only 120 theaters and grossing $375,805 after its theatrical run.
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This is the only 3 Ninjas film where the main antagonist is a woman.
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Sean McNamara and Jim Varney also worked together in Treehouse Hostage (1999), where Varney's character was the protagonist.
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