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- 6 / 30 / 1989 The Karate Kid IIIThe Karate Kid III, with Ralph Macchio and Pat Morita reprising their roles as the Kid and Mr. Miyagi, respectively, debuts in theaters and loses its box-office magic. It earns only $38.9 million in the U.S. and Canada. Its the worst entry of the series due to Macchios inadequate martial arts skills on screen. Rumors circulate that he didnt train for the film-and it showed.
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