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QUIZ: How well do you remember The Karate Kid?

Wax on…wax off.

TWO SEASONS OF the Karate Kid spin-off show Cobra Kai hit Netflix recently and everyone is now eagerly awaiting that third season, promised to be on its way in 2021.

If you haven’t watched it yet, you might want to refresh your memory of the original movie beforehand – let’s see how much of it comes back to you…

In what year was The Karate Kid released?

1983
1984

1985
1986

Who played lead character Daniel Larusso?

Maccaulay Culkin
Corey Haim

Fred Savage
Ralph Macchio

What age was he when he played Daniel?
15
17

20
22

What’s the name of the girl Daniel falls for?

Sammy with a Y
Kassie with a K

Ali with an I
Sarah with a H

Who played Mr Miyagi?

Pat Hingle
Pat Burns

Pat Morita
Pat Sajak

Why does Mr Miyagi first go to Daniel’s apartment?

To tell him to turn his music down
To welcome Daniel and his mother to the building

To ask him if he wants to be trained
To fix the sink

Name the dojo where the boys who bully Daniel train…

Zenshin Kai
Cobra Kai

Kokuryu Kai
Wado Kai

Who played Johnny Lawrence?

William Zabka
Lochlyn Munro

Dean Cain
Kevin Costner

What costume does Mr Myagi make for Daniel to wear at Halloween?

A pumpkin
A samurai

A bear
A shower

How long does the fight between Johnny’s gang and Mr Miyagi last?

9 seconds
10 seconds

11 seconds
12 seconds

What move does Daniel beat Johnny with in the finals of the tournament?

The crane
The flying bird kick

Kantra
Front sweep


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You scored out of !
You’re Mr Miyagi!
We bow down to your wisdom and knowledge.

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You scored out of !
You’re Daniel!
You’re well on your way to becoming a true master (of Karate Kid trivia…).

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You scored out of !
You’re Johnny!
You’re highly skilled, but still have much to learn.

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You scored out of !
You’re…the shower.
It might be time to watch the movie again.

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