American Samurai 1992 is a hand to hand fighting activity film, featuring David Bradley and Mark Dacascos and created by Cannon Films. The motion picture was recorded in Turkey and released in the U.S. in 1992. This film speaks to the main significant job for entertainer Mark Alan Dacascos.
Movie Story: An American journalist collaborates with a combative techniques master, whose relative is a “yakuza”– Japanese mafia–street pharmacist to fight swordsmen from around the globe n a Turkish field.
After a plane accident in the Japanese mountains, its solitary survivor—an infant named Andrew—is received by a samurai ace. Andrew, alongside the samurai’s child, Kenjiro, are prepared in the warrior’s way. Andrew exceeds expectations in his preparation and before long outperforms his stepbrother’s aptitudes. Kenjiro’s envy pushes him to join the Yakuza, where he makes the Yakuza vow and spurns the virtues of the samurai’s code. He leaves his dad’s home, pledges to one day deliver retribution on his sibling. After ten years, Andrew works in L.A. as a columnist. He and a female picture taker track down an opium-sneaking activity in Turkey. Before long, the street pharmacists captured the young lady, constraining Andrew to enter a savage hand to hand fighting competition governed by illicit players whose most prominent hero is the deadly Kenjiro.