Top 5 The Karate Kid Movie Details

While searching the internet for The Karate Kid movie facts, I found some interesting little known details. Obscure enough that most people could miss it, I want to make you a favor by creating ordered lists with the most intriguing hidden details.

Most of them are not blatantly obvious to be observed at first sight, so take your time and read carefully. We have extensive definitions that accurately explain any behind the scene meaning or famous dialogues.

Ali knows how to properly tie an obi because her ex-boyfriend Johnny would have shown her how

Daniel is beaten up by a group in front of a sign that says "Help! Stop"
Daniel is beaten up by a group in front of a sign that says "Help! Stop"

Hidden Details

1 - And its sequels The Karate Kid 2 (1986), The Karate Kid 3 (1989) & The Next Karate Kid (1994), each contain a dance scene attended by the protagonist.
And its sequels The Karate Kid 2 (1986), The Karate Kid 3 (1989) & The Next Karate Kid (1994), each contain a dance scene attended by the protagonist.

The first friend that Daniel makes is wearing a shirt that says "Makin' Bacon" with two pigs having intercourse.

The Karate Kid poster
The Karate Kid poster

The Karate Kid Plot: A boy and his mother move to California for a new job. He struggles to fit in, as a group of karate students starts to bully him for dating a rich girl from their clique. It's up to the Japanese landlord, Miyagi, to teach him karate.

I am pretty sure that you've watched The Karate Kid, maybe in a theater near you or on the small screen, but probably not many of the small details have taken your attention. Most of the previous facts are hidden for some reason, but still, there is plenty of randomly forgetten stuff that makes the movie unique and interesting. The more you know, the more fascinated you'll be about The Karate Kid and will watch it online, download or stream it again and again.

Genre Action, Drama, Family, Sport
Director John G. Avildsen
Main Actors Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Elisabeth Shue, Martin Kove
IMDB score 7.2