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The Karate Kid Part II

Rating:PG
Genre:Action/Adventure, Romance, Drama
Release Date:June 19, 1986
Running time:113 minutes
Cast:Ralph Macchio, Pat Morita, Martin Kove, Danny Kamekona, Yuji Okumoto
Director:John G. Avildsen
Producer:Jerry Weintraub
Writer:Robert Mark Kamen
Distributor:Columbia Pictures

Description: This sequel to the 1984 surprise hit The Karate Kid reunites Ralph Macchio as high-schooler Danny and Noriyuki Pat Morita as Danny's martial-arts mentor Miyagi. Picking up where the first film left off, The Karate Kid Part II finds Danny and Miyagi making an emergency trip to Okinawa, where Miyagi's father is dying. Here they revisit Miyagi's childhood sweetheart Nobu McCarthy who, Miyagi believes, had been wheedled into an arranged marriage with loose-cannon karate expert Sato (Danny Kamekona). Little does Miyagi realize that the woman is still single; Sato is still around as well, however, and intent on resuming the fight with his old nemesis. Morita agrees; meanwhile, Danny is challenged by Kamekona's pugnacious nephew Yuji Okumoto.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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