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All the World His Stage
Miyagi, Daniel, and Taki follow the shrine to London, where it is being used as a prop for a movie about King Arthur. There, they meet the star of the movie, who comes under the power of the shrine.
A Little World of His Own
After Miyagi, Daniel, and Taki track the shrine to a small town in the United States, the young boy who has found it uses it to shrink them. Now they must find a way to return to normal size and to ...
The Return of the Shrine
The shrine is returned to Taki's village in Okinawa, and her family once again vows to keep it safe. However, the Ishida family, rivals of Taki's family, vow to steal the shrine, and Miyagi and ...
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Animated series (loosely) based on the film series, in which Daniel, Miyagi and new friend Taki travel the world in search of an ancient Japanese talisman.
The Karate Kid (1989) was a cheesy saturday morning cartoon thatdebuted on N.B.C. The cartoon was real hokey and I didn't stick with it (the phony voices had something to do with it). The plots made part threelook innovative. Man, I thought I was dreaming that this show ever existeduntil I saw it on this site. I knew I wasn't hallucinating! Like most 80'snostalgia nothing was worth remembering and this series is one of them.Bad cartoon spun off of a dead in the water franchise. Nothing torecommend (unless you're a masochist).
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