Martial-arts sensation Jeff Speakman plays a drifter who returns home only to find out that his old mentor and family friend is harassed and threatened daily by the Korean mafia. Days after his return, his mentor is murdered by the syndicate's top henchmen and assassin Tanaka (Toru Tanaka). Vowing revenge, he recruits the help of his long-estranged policeman brother, Adam (John Dye) and his old mentor's young apprentice, Jimmy Ho (Dante Basco). Caught between the arm of the law and his own code of honor, he heads toward a final showdown with the sadistic assassin and the Korean crime syndicate. Featuring Asian legends James Hong and Mako with future Law & Order star Mariska Hargitay. Kenpo karate master Jeff Sanders tangles with the Asian mob after they kill his mentor. Trying to prevent him from getting his revenge: a 6-foot, 350 behemoth named Tanaka. Estranged from his family, Jeff Sanders, a master of kempo karate, returns home to be confronted with his mentor's murder and the discovery that an underworld crime ring is responsible. His quest for justice sets him against his father and brother and on a collision course with one of the world's deadliest men. Film debut for fourth-degree kenpo black belt Jeff Speakman, who trained 6 hours a day to get in shape for the role. Also debut for screenwriter David Campbell Wilson. First American film display of kenpo, a combination of judo, jujitsu, karate, and kung fu. Technical advisor Ed Parker died before the movie was released. Parker, along with Speakman, choreographed the martial arts sequences. Filmed in Los Angeles, California. Released in USA March 15, 1991.
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