Following a ship wreck, a baby is rescued by a clan of Ninja warriors and raised by them as one of their own. But Haru, as he is called, never quite fits in, nor does he manage to make a worthy Ninja. However, the good-natured and persevering Haru, in his own bumbling way, and with some help from Gobei, manages to prove himself to be a winner in the end.Written by
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Chet Walters mentions that he owns a "1975 Fairmont", however Ford did not introduce a vehicle by that name in the United States until 1978. (Ford did manufacture a Fairmont model in Australia in the mid-1970s, but that vehicle was never exported to the U.S.) See more »
[Sensei asks Gobei to be honest to him when asking about Haru]
I love my little brother. His determination is like a tiger, swift as a...
He's fat. He's a fool. He's an embarassment to all ninjas everywhere.
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Another scene that was deleted from the original release, but appears when shown on TBS shows Sinsei telling Haru that perhaps he should do something else with his life than be a ninja. Haru tells him that if he couldn't be a ninja, he would commit Hari-Kari (Ritual suicide) See more »
I myself happen to be a fifth degree black belt (godan) and on many occasions have felt as goofy and clumsy as Farley's character in this funny gem. I truly love this movie, except it really saddens me to think Farley is not with us anymore. This guy was great. Rest in Peace big fellow. Thanks for this great, silly, funny movie.
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