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Where did Chuck Norris learn martial arts?
Which “boy band” did Chuck teach karate to?
Who did Chuck fight in his first film “The Wrecking Crew” in 1969?
Which of the following is *not* true about Chuck’s breakout film: Bruce Lee's “The Way of the Dragon"?
A decade before “Walker,” Chuck starred in a film about a Texas Ranger. What was it?
Which of Chuck’s films were inspired by his brother, who was killed in Vietnam?
In what cartoon did Chuck play himself?
Ranger Cordell Walker almost had a different name. What was it?
Before “Walker,” Chuck and Sheree J. Wilson co-starred in a supernatural-themed action film. What was it called?
Which of the following jobs did Chuck Norris *not* do on “Walker”?
Chuck learned martial arts in the Air Force while stationed in Korea. He turned pro after discharge and was Middleweight Karate champ for 6 years!
The Osmonds asked Chuck to “toughen up” their dancing with karate techniques! “It really affected our moves,” Alan Osmond said in a 2011 interview.
Chuck loses a fight to secret agent Matt Helm (Dean Martin). “I may have been a champion karate expert,” Norris wrote. “But Dean was Matt Helm.”
Lee's untimely death at age 32 came more than a year after “Dragon” was released. But (SPOILER ALERT) Chuck’s character dies in his fight with Lee!
“Walker” isn’t based on “McQuade,” but it has many similarities! Chuck’s character has an older mentor, a younger partner, and a go-for-broke style!
“Missing in Action” (1984) was inspired by Chuck’s younger brother Wieland, killed in action in Vietnam. It was a hit and two sequels followed.
Chuck voiced himself and appeared in live-action wraparounds in “Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos” in 1986. A toy line and Marvel comic book followed!
Ranger Walker was almost Ranger Bolt! In the early stages of development, “Walker Texas Ranger” was called “Sam Bolt, Texas Ranger”!
“Hellbound” was directed by Chuck’s brother Aaron, who went on to produce “Walker.” Sheree was cast in “Walker” while they were making the film!
Chuck was executive producer, wrote 6 episodes and sang the theme, but he did not direct! He left that to his sons Eric and Mike and brother Aaron!
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