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A story of an art dealer who, leads a double life as a martial arts warrior.

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Kenjiro Sakura
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Noriko Sakura
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Mr. Cosmo
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Aitaro Sakura
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Dr. Gustav Norden
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Army Officer
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Dr. Sanford
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Rooney
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Young Kenjiro
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Dr. McAllister
Shizuko Hoshi ...
Miyako Sakura
Robert Kim ...
Sasaki
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Amin
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Akira Sakura
Ivan Saric ...
Aziz
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A successful art dealer is sought out by law enforcement after terrorists take some scientists hostage. Finding no possible solution, a law enforcement agent approaches the dealer (Beck). Mr. Cosmo, the agent believes the dealer to be linked to the ninja responsible for tracking down criminals and serving them justice. Mr. Cosmo hopes that the ninja's seemingly supernatural skills will remedy this impossible hostage situation. Written by John Rajendra

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Action | Crime | Drama

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7 July 1983 (USA)  »

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Den sista ninjan  »

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1.33 : 1
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Seen once, impressed forever...
4 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

I recall this made-for-television movie from a time when I was only a few years into my martial arts training. I wish I had a VCR at the time, as I still have shows from that period in my collection for posterity. THIS ONE WOULD HAVE BEEN A CROWNING ADDITION to that collection. Although I only saw it that one time, I do remember that I admired Michael Beck from that moment forward, even more than I did when I repeatedly enjoyed "The Warriors". And "Mako" was MADE, in my mind, by his role in this movie. I have searched high and low without success in finding a copy of it. If someone is going to submit a request for re-release of this one, I am on your bandwagon. In the meantime, I will continue to hunt to the ends of the earth for a copy of it. Heck, I was surprised to find ANYone else who remembers this movie.


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