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The Karate Kid Part II Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

This sequel to the 1984 surprise hit 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, Rovi

  • Release date:June 20, 1986

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Peter Cetera Best Song 1986 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences David Foster Best Song 1986 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Diane Nini Best Song 1986 Nominee

Cast

Ralph Macchio
as Daniel
Noriyuki "Pat" Morita
as Miyagi
Nobu McCarthy
as Yukie
Danny Kamekona
as Sato
Yuji Okumoto
as Chozen
Tamlyn Tomita
as Kumiko
Bruce Malmuth
as Announcer
Eddie Smith
as Bystander
Martin Kove
as Kreese
Garth Johnson
as Autograph Fan
Evan Malmuth
as Cab Driver
Lee Arnone
as Stewardess
Sarah Kendall
as Stewardess
Joey Miyashima
as Toshio
Raymond Ma
as Cab Driver in Okinawa
Charlie Tanimoto
as Miyagi's father
Tsuruko Ohye
as Village Woman
Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad
as Ichiro
Marc Hayashi
as Taro
Diana Mar
as Video Store Girl
Clarence Gilyard, Jr.
as G.I. #1
Jack Eiseman
as G.I. #3
Jeffrey Rogers
as G.I. #4
Aaron Seville
as G.I. #5
Wes Chong
as Sato's Houseman
Traci Toguchi
as Girl Bell Ringer
William Zabka
as Johnny
Chad McQueen
as Dutch
Tony O'Dell
as Jimmy
Ron Thomas
as Bobby
Rob Garrison
as Tommy
Robyn Lively
Pat E. Johnson
as Referee
B.D. Wong
as Boy on Street
Pat E. Johnson
as Referee
Lee Arnone
as Stewardess
Garth Johnson
as Autograph Fan
William Zabka
as Johnny
Ron Thomas
as Bobby
Evan Malmuth
as Cab Driver
Tony O'Dell
as Jimmy
Chad McQueen
as Dutch
Aaron Seville
as G.I. #5
Bruce Malmuth
as Announcer
Sarah Kendall
as Stewardess
Marc Hayashi
as Taro
Arsenio "Sonny" Trinidad
as Ichiro
Eddie Smith
as Bystander
Rob Garrison
as Tommy
Wes Chong
as Sato's Houseman
Traci Toguchi
as Girl Bell Ringer
Charlie Tanimoto
as Miyagi's father
Tsuruko Ohye
as Village Woman
Jeffrey Rogers
as G.I. #4
Jack Eiseman
as G.I. #3
Joey Miyashima
as Toshio
Clarence Gilyard, Jr.
as G.I. #1
Martin Kove
as Kreese
Diana Mar
as Video Store Girl
Raymond Ma
as Cab Driver in Okinawa

Crew

John G. Avildsen
Director
R.J. Louis
Producer
Jerry Weintraub
Producer
Robert Mark Kamen
Screenwriter
Diane Nini
Songwriter
Bill Conti
Songwriter
Bill Conti
Composer (Music Score)
Michael Omartian
Songwriter
Peter Cetera
Songwriter
Dennis de Young
Songwriter
Wayne Perkins
Songwriter
Dootsie Williams
Songwriter
Roland Orzabal
Songwriter
Brooks Arthur
Musical Direction/Supervision
David Foster
Songwriter
Jacob Brackman
Songwriter
Jane Kurson
Editor
John G. Avildsen
Editor
William J. Cassidy
Production Designer
William J. Cassidy
Associate Producer
Susan Ekins
Associate Producer
Karen Trudy Rosenfelt
Associate Producer
R.J. Louis
Executive Producer
Jim Teegarden
Set Designer
Lee Poll
Set Designer
Mary Malin
Costume Designer
Dennis Dion
Special Effects
Zenko Heshiki
Consultant/advisor
Caro Jones
Casting
Pat E. Johnson
Fights Choreographer
James Kail
Makeup
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