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Triple bill of adventures following the adventures of the New York turtles with a love of pizza.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Secret of the Ooze (1991)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Turtles in Time (1993)
1991 cult musical starring rapper Vanilla Ice. Rebel motorcyclist Johnny (Ice) wins the heart of a young student, played by Kristen Minter. However, trouble stirs when the girl's parents, who have long been in the Witness Protection Program, are discovered by the criminals from whom they once escaped.
Live action sequel following the anthropomorphic ninjutsu-trained turtles Leonardo (voice of Brian Tochi), Michaelangelo (Robbie Rist), Donatello (Adam Carl) and Raphael (Laurie Faso). Professor Perry (David Warner), the man who invented the ooze that created the Ninja Turtles, is kidnapped by the evil Shredder (Francois Chau) who wants to control the ooze to use on his own sidekicks and turn them into evil ninjas. So once again, it's up to the Turtles - who have also enlisted the help of kick-boxing pizza-delivery boy Keno (Ernie Reyes)...
Triple bill of children's features following the adventures of the anthropomorphic New York turtles with a love of pizza. In 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' (1990) the evil Shredder (James Saito) kidnaps Splinter (Kevin Clash), the rat ninja master who trained the turtles, and intends to cause mayhem. Thankfully, the turtles have been armed with an anti-mutant antidote and, with the help of a journalist, embark on an adventure to save Splinter. In 'The Secret of the Ooze' (1991) Professor Perry (David Warner), the man who invented the ooze that created the ninja turtles, is captured by Shredder (Francois Chau). Shredder wants to control the ooze to use on his own sidekicks and turn them into evil ninjas. So once again, it's up to the turtles - who have also enlisted the help of kick-boxing, pizza-delivery boy, Keno (Ernie Reyes) - to save Professor Perry. Finally, in 'Turtles in Time' (1993) Michelangelo (David Fraser), Raphael (Matt Hill), Leonardo (Mark Caso) and Donatello (Jim Raposa) leave the sewers and go back in time to medieval Japan, where they defend a village from an evil warlord.
To the Extreme is the major label debut studio album of American rapper Robert "Vanilla Ice" Van Winkle. Released in 1990, it is Van Winkle's best selling album. The album was initially released in 1989 by independent record label Ichiban Records under the title Hooked. Van Winkle signed to SBK Records, who reissued the album under its current title. The album contains Van Winkle's most successful singles, "Ice Ice Baby" and "Play That Funky Music". Although reviews of the album were mixed, To the Extreme spent 16 weeks at the top of the Billboard 200, selling eleven million copies worldwide.
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