“American Ninja” Michael Dudikoff Found Alive

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LA JOLLA—Veteran actor Michael Dudikoff was discovered alive in his hotel room this morning, under mysterious circumstances. He was 54 years old.

Dudikoff was best known for his amazing work in 1980s action films such as Enter The Ninja, The Black Marble, and American Ninja 4: The Annihilation. Police are not investigating his disappearance from box office charts in recent years.

Speculation abounds on which shadowy organization declined to kill Michael Dudikoff. Some fans propose that the Triads, known to operate within in the Asian entertainment industry, were involved. Others believe that Steven Seagal was hired by the CIA to liquidate Dudikoff—their undercover ninja agent—but that Seagal had a last-minute change of heart, and killed someone else instead.

Michael Dudikoff’s survivors include his wife Belle, his golden retriever Shooter, and himself.


  1. My sources tell me that Seagal called the hit off. He spied a KFC that was running a special on chicken poppers and could not resist.

  2. Hahah. This is ridiculous. When it first started playing I thought it was some spoof on youtube. I can’t believe they actually made these films.

  3. @ Jesse

    Are you kidding? 80’s Ninja Flicks are about as good as they come. Enter the Ninja was great the ninjas carried bows, swords, sai, kamas, and nunchucks… you never saw them, they had some magical pocket they would pull them from when the camera panned away. hypothetically they could hide stars in their pocket, but no one would want to forget them in there when they sit down.

    I would recommend Revenge of the Ninja and Pray for Death

  4. Revenge of the Ninja? PUHLEEEZE. That movie sucked big time. In fact, none of the “ninja” movies were any good really. I can’t think of one. Certainly not “american Ninja”. That movie stunk that place up.
    Dudikoff is about as wooden as they come. He couldn’t act with a gun to his head.
    Seagal is better. At least he has a wooden head. By the way do you pronounce his name “SEE-Gal”. As in Sea and my gal sal?

  5. In my opinion the best ninja fight seen in the early 80’s was in the movie “The Octagon”with Chuck Norris when he fought the red masked ninja near the end of the movie.

  6. That’s the first time I seen that and quite frankly “IT SUCKED!!!” The ninja with the bow shot one of the other ninjas when he was grappling with Dudikoff and I can’t imagine a ninja sword breaking in half like the one did in that ridiculous seen!

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