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  • Air date : 09/09/1989
  • Termination date : 16/12/1989
  • Released seasons : 1
  • Released episodes : 13

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The Karate Kid (1989)

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The show retained apprentice Daniel LaRusso and his mentor Mr. Miyagi but abandoned the karate tournament motif for an adventure/quest setting. A miniature shrine with healing powers had been taken from its resting place on Okinawa, and it was up to Miyagi and Daniel to recover it. Together with Okinawan girl Taki , the karatekas searched the globe and, naturally, encountered several opportunities to chop and kick their way out of trouble.

 Episode formula
The episodes typically followed a similar formula: Mr. Miyagi would obtain a lead on the shrine's location in some exotic corner of the world. Daniel and Taki would follow up on it, and in the process encounter some villains who had either obtained or were seeking to obtain the shrine for their own evil purposes. After engaging, and of course, defeating the villains, Daniel would come within a hair's breadth of retrieving the shrine, only to have it escape from his grasp by random chance thus ensuring that the search would continue into the next episode.

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Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "The Karate Kid (TV series)", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.