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AMERICAN SAMURAI (1992)
AKA Ninja: American Samurai

CAST

Mark Dacascos

Dion Lam
David Bradley John Fujioka
Ron Vreeken Melnik Dubroviko


DIRECTOR
Sam Firstenberg


ASSISTANT DIRECTORS
Michal Engel Hilik Gurfinkel
Guy Norris


SCRIPT WRITER
John Corcoran


PRODUCERS
Karen Arbeeny Allan Greenblatt


PRODUCTION COMPANY
Cannon Group

It is Istanbul, and a Turkish police captain warns the hero to watch his step. “Did you see Midnight Express ?” the captain asks, “Then you know what I mean.” The hero, played by David Bradley, is not intimidated. After all, even though he speaks perfect, unaccented American English, he was raised from infancy by a Japanese samurai master in a “remote” area of Japan. The film falls into the martial arts arena genre, where various fighters battle to the death until only two are left--the hero, who has been coerced into participating, and his blindly jealous Japanese “brother,” who has never gotten over believing that Dad liked the Caucasian best. The colors are a bit light here and there, but generally the picture looks good. The stereo surround sound is fine. The side break is a little jarring but manageable. Fans should take note that although the drama is silly, the fight scenes are plentiful and satisfying, and the movie doesn't waste much time between them. source: Doug Pratt's Laserdisc Review

VERSION(S)
Format Language(s) Subtitles Presentation Quality Time Screenshots

1 PAL English None Fullscreen 0 Gen. 01:26 Download