Enter The Dragon (Blu-ray)

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Enter The Dragon (Blu-ray)

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Lee (played by Bruce Lee) is a martial arts teacher living in Hong Kong. His reputation as a kung-fu master ensures that he is invited to compete at v...

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ProGreat fun, good fight scenes, Bruce Lee

ConsSome of the extras are a bit unnecessary

The Warners Blu-ray is only about £7.50 at the moment. Enter the Dragon is usually credited as the film which started the American Kung Fu craze in the 70s, and the film that made Bruce Lee an international megastar (he was already a big star in Hong Kong). I’m not a huge fan of martial arts...

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Lee (played by Bruce Lee) is a martial arts teacher living in Hong Kong. His reputation as a kung-fu master ensures that he is invited to compete at various tournaments. One of his more recent invitations is from a Mr Han. The British government is very interested in Mr Han. They believe he is responsible for prostitution, drug smuggling, and arms dealing. Lee is asked to go undercover and find proof of his crimes at the next martial arts tournament. Joining Lee, are two old friends; an American called Roper (John Saxon) and Williams (Jim Kelly). With its spectacular scenes of violence and action, ENTER THE DRAGON has become one of most renowned martial arts film of all time. It is the first American-funded martial arts feature and also the last that Bruce Lee would ever star in (he died three weeks before its premiere in 1973).

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