Bruce Lee In The Movies

Robert Clouse Coaching John Saxon On Enter The Dragon

Robert Clouse Coaching John Saxon On Enter The Dragon

Director Robert Clouse, seen above, coaching John Saxon for a scene in Enter The Dragon, will bring his baseball cap to Hong Kong for Raymond Chow's latest bevy of films.

The Sound of Bruce Lee Kung Fu

The Sound of Bruce Lee Kung Fu

Ever thought that half the cast in a Kung Fu film were talking backwards? I certainly wouldn't be surprised if you did because almost all of the films made in Hong Kong are dubbed; in other words the voices are added after the film is made.

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A spectacular array of exciting films!

Bruce Lee in The Way of the Dragon

Breathtaking, Pulsating, Action!

Wang Yu in Beach of the War Gods

See them at your favourite cinema!

The Biggest Movie Bruce Lee Ever Made

The Biggest Movie Bruce Lee Ever Made

"The martial arts is more than fighting," said Bruce Lee. "It's a way of thinking, of feeling - it's a whole new life-style. That's what makes it work so well on the screen. And that's why I'm so excited about this film - definitely the biggest I ever made."

Tragically it also proved his last. Rarely, though, has any film star gone out in such rip-roaring style: the most ferocious action and global queues smashing every cinema box-office record in sight.

Bruce Lee's Co-Workers Were Afraid of Him

Bruce Lee's Co-Workers Were Afraid of Him

IN THE MAKING OF A MOVIE, BRUCE FOUGHT AS IF HE WAS REALLY IN A FIGHT.

Since childhood, Bruce loved fighting very much. He treated it as his second life, and found contentment in it.

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