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Magic Kid

Magic Kid ★★½ Ninja Dragons 1992 (PG)

Thirteen-year-old martialarts champ Kevin and his older sister vacation in L.A., staying with their shady Uncle Bob, a secondrate talent agent. Kevin wants to meet his martial arts movie idol and his sister her favorite soap opera hunk. But they wind up being chased by the mobsters Uncle Bob owes money to. 91m/C VHS, DVD . Ted Jan Roberts, Shonda Whipple, Stephen Furst, Joseph Campanella, Billy Hufsey, Sondra Kerns, Pamela Dixon, Lauren Tewes, Don “The Dragon” Wilson; D: Joseph Merhi; W: Stephen Smoke; M: Jim Halfpenny.

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