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The Next Karate Kid (aka The Karate Kid Part IV) is a 1994 American martial arts drama film starring Hilary Swank and Pat Morita. It is the fourth and final film in the original The Karate Kid series. It was directed by Christopher Cain, written by Mark Lee with music by Bill Conti. This is the only film in the original series that doesn't feature Ralph Macchio. The film's two taglines are: An ancient tradition is about to collide with a new generation and Who says the good guy has to be a guy? Keisuke Miyagi (Pat Morita) travels to the city of marshall to attend a commendation for Japanese American soldiers who had fought in the 442nd Regimental Combat Team during World War II. There, he meets Louisa Pierce (Constance Towers), the widow of his commanding officer, Lieutenant Jack Pierce. At Pierce's home, they catch up on old times and talk about Chinese food. Miyagi is then introduced to Pierce's granddaughter, Julie (Hilary Swank) an angry teenage girl who is full of pain, sorrow,...
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