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The Next Karate Kid (3-Aug-1994)

Director: Christopher Cain

Writer: Mark Lee

Music by: Bill Conti

Producer: Jerry Weintraub

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts

Third sequel to The Karate Kid (1984).

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Walton Goggins
10-Nov-1971   Boyd Crowder on Justified
Daniel Inouye
7-Sep-1924 17-Dec-2012 US Senator from Hawaii, 1963-2012
Michael Ironside
12-Feb-1950   Scanners, Top Gun, Starship Troopers
Pat Morita
28-Jun-1932 24-Nov-2005 Miyagi on Karate Kid
Hilary Swank
30-Jul-1974   Brandon Teena in Boys Don't Cry
Constance Towers
20-May-1933   Shock Corridor


Pat Morita   ...   Miyagi
Hilary Swank   ...   Julie Pierce
Michael Ironside   ...   Dugan
Constance Towers   ...   Louisa
Chris Conrad   ...   Eric
Arsenio Trinidad   ...   Abbot Monk
Michael Cavalieri   ...   Ned
Walton Goggins   ...   Charlie
Jim Ishida   ...   Tall Monk
Rodney Kageyama   ...   Monk
Seth Sakai   ...   Buddhist Monk
Eugene Boles   ...   Mr. Wilkes
Keena Keel   ...   School Clerk
Tom O'Brien   ...   Gabe
Tom Downey   ...   Morgan
Brian McGrail   ...   T. J.
Wayne Chou   ...   Pizza Driver
Daniel Inouye   ...   Senator
Gustave Johnson   ...   Wison
Brian Smiar   ...   O'Connor
Christopher Beam   ...   Westcott Boy
Eric Beam   ...   Westcott Boy
Scott Powderly   ...   Westcott Boy
Davis Robinson   ...   Leon
Anthony Ejarque   ...   Ernie
Steven Mark Friedman   ...   Ted
Christopher Wilder   ...   Roland
Annette Miller   ...   Sales Woman
Bud Ekins   ...   Jack Russel
Paul Bronk   ...   Larry Townes
Fred Fontana   ...   Dusty
Julie Caroline Weintraub   ...   Girl at Prom
Johnny Melton   ...   Bungee Jumper
Chad Melton   ...   Bungee Jumper
Scott Strupe   ...   Bungee Jumper


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