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Showdown in Little Tokyo (23-Aug-1991)

Director: Mark L. Lester

Writers: Stephen Glantz; Caliope Brattlestreet

Music Composed by: David Michael Frank

Producers: Mark L. Lester; Martin E. Caan

Keywords: Crime

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tia Carrere
Actor
2-Jan-1967   Wayne's World
Brandon Lee
Actor
1-Feb-1965 31-Mar-1993 Actor son of Bruce Lee
Dolph Lundgren
Actor
3-Nov-1957   The Punisher
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa
Actor
27-Sep-1950   Mortal Kombat

CAST

Dolph Lundgren   ...   Det. Kenner
Brandon Lee   ...   Johnny Murata
Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa   ...   Yoshida
Tia Carrere   ...   Minako
Toshiro Obata   ...   Sato
Philip Tan   ...   Tanaka
Rodney Kageyama   ...   Eddie
Ernie Lively   ...   Det. Nelson
Renee Griffin   ...   Angel
Reid Asato   ...   Muto
Takayo Fischer   ...   Mama Yamaguchi
Simon Rhee   ...   Ito
Vernee Watson-Johnson   ...   Nonnie Russell -- Coroner
Lenny Imamura   ...   Kickboxer #1
Roger Yuan   ...   Kickboxer #2
Susan E. Cox   ...   Mrs. Kenner
Rick Cramer   ...   Mr. Kenner
Keith Boldroff   ...   Kenner as a Young Boy
Gerald Okamura   ...   Hagata, the Torturer
R. David Smith   ...   Hell's Angel #1
Tony Maccario   ...   Hell's Angel #2
Rome Viharo   ...   Hispanic Gang Leader
Keenan Thomas   ...   Crip Gang Leader
Steve Park   ...   Asian Cop #1
Jim Ishida   ...   Asian Cop #2
Rachen Assapiomonwait   ...   Bath House Attendant
Ryan Ryusaki   ...   Son at Parade with Mama Yamaguchi
Jeff Ramsey   ...   Samurai Horseman
Phil Chong   ...   Samurai Horseman

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