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The Power Within (1995)

PG-13 | | Action | Video 24 October 1995
Stan Dryer, a teen afraid to even ask a girl to the prom, finds courage and extreme martial arts skill when he is given a ring by an old man he tried to save from a group of attackers. The ... See full summary »

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Ted Jan Roberts ...
Stan Dryer
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Clyda Dryer
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Eric Graves
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Lt. Cabrell
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Raymond Vonn
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Yung
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Sandy Applegate (as Tracy Lindsey)
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Mrs. Applegate
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Mosh
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Dr. Richman
Karen Kim ...
Hin-See
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Deriva
Jacob Parker ...
Deke Dryer
Marc Riffon ...
Rocky
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Leon
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Stan Dryer, a teen afraid to even ask a girl to the prom, finds courage and extreme martial arts skill when he is given a ring by an old man he tried to save from a group of attackers. The ring is a mate to a ring stolen by a double-dealing art thief who had been hired to steal it by a criminal mastermind who wanted it for its mystical powers. Written by Jim Brawn <jim_brawn@amuc.mtroyal.ab.ca>

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The karate master gave him the ring and the desire... Now he must find the power! See more »

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Rated PG-13 for martial arts violence | See all certifications »

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When Stan, played by Ted Jan Roberts, returns from the beach, Deke and their mother are watching _Magic Kid (1993) (V)_, which Ted Jan Roberts also appeared in. See more »

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Dedicated to "HE WHO DESTINES ALL THINGS" See more »

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Features Magic Kid (1993) See more »

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NO ONE'S ROCKIN'
Written by Jim Halfpenny
Performed by Vicky and the Virgins
Strong Domino Music BMI
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As a Martial Arts Movie...
24 November 2000 | by See all my reviews

As a Martial Arts Movie The Power Within is not a badly put together display of moves. It gives you a sense of self awareness you didn't know you had.

It teaches you not to think of yourself a failure all the time but to put in what you've got. To be able to show others I CAN DO IT.


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