Part way into our interview, filmmaker Mark Hartley begins to question my qualifications for writing a Fightland story on his new documentary, Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films , which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. Director Mark Hartley. Hartley is hesitant to give Cannon all of the credit for the ninja thing, though. One of the recurring themes in his doc is that Golan and Globus were always trying to beat the studio to major crazes like breakdancing, the lambada, and arm wrestling, and he sees their investment in ninja culture as another product of that rat race.
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It's also what Chuck Norris calls the pile of dead ninjas in his front yard. Norris goes up to the deer and says, 'I'm Chuck Norris! SAY IT! It wasn't exactly like it, but it was pretty good for a deer!
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In the 45 years since, Chuck has become a mainstay of pop culture through his roles on shows such as Walker, Texas Ranger and even jokes about the power of his beard. For someone as successful as Chuck Norris, it seems strange to decide to step out of the limelight. However, Chuck has recently decided to do just that.
Even in more recent years, Chuck Norris has been so successful that it would seem like a waste for him to simply stop acting in movies and television shows. That was the case when Chuck felt the need to retire. In fact, for the many early years of his life, he was known as Carlos Ray Norris.