The Karate Kid Part II 36 years old

This time, the combat is real.

The Karate Kid Part II

After discovering that his father is at death's door, Mr. Miyagi sets out to Japan, to see him with Daniel. Upon arriving, Miyagi must confront an old rival. Meanwhile, Daniel encounters a new love, and some new enemies.

Credits

The Karate Kid Part II Cast

Name Character
Marc Hayashi as Taro
BD Wong He was 25, now 62 years old as Okinawan Boy (as Bradd Wong)
Ralph Macchio He was 24, now 61 years old as Daniel LaRusso
Rob Garrison He was 26, 59 years old when he died as Tommy
Pat Morita He was 53, 73 years old when he died as Kesuke Miyagi
Tamlyn Tomita She was 20, now 56 years old as Kumiko
William Zabka He was 20, now 57 years old as Johnny Lawrence
Yuji Okumoto He was 27, now 63 years old as Chozen
Chad McQueen He was 25, now 62 years old as Dutch
Nobu McCarthy She was 51, 67 years old when she died as Yukie
Martin Kove He was 40, now 76 years old as John Kreese
Charlie Tanimoto as Miyagi's Father
Sarah Kendall She was 9, now 46 years old as Stewardess
Arsenio 'Sonny' Trinidad He was 16, now 53 years old as Ichiro
George O'Hanlon, Jr. He was 32, now 69 years old as Soldier
Joey Miyashima He was 28, now 65 years old as Toshio
Danny Kamekona He was 50, 60 years old when he died as Sato
Tony O'Dell He was 26, now 62 years old as Jimmy
Ron Thomas He was 35, now 72 years old as Bobby
Pat E. Johnson He was 47, now 84 years old as Referee
Clarence Gilyard He was 30, now 67 years old as G.I. #1

The Karate Kid Part II Crew

Name Department
Robert Mark Kamen as Screenplay. He was 38 (now 75) years old Writing
Jane Kurson as Editor. Editing
Jerry Weintraub as Producer. He was 48 (77) years old when He died Production
Bill Conti as Music. He was 44 (now 80) years old Sound
John G. Avildsen as Director. He was 50 (81) years old when He died Directing
John G. Avildsen as Editor. He was 50 (81) years old when He died Editing
David Garfield as Editor. He was 42 (51) years old when He died Editing
The Karate Kid Part II poster
The Karate Kid Part II (36 years)

This time, the combat is real.

  • Release day: Wednesday, June 18, 1986
  • Runtime: 113 minutes
  • Budget: 13000000.00
  • Revenue: 115103979.00