The Real Bruce Lee
|The Real Bruce Lee|
|Directed by||Jim Markovic|
|Produced by||Serafim Karalexis|
|Written by||Larry Dolgin |
118 min. (British video version)
The version of the film that is commonly distributed in the West (USA) on public domain-type DVD and video labels runs 93 minutes in length. The British VHS-version released in 1979 runs 118 minutes.
It begins with a brief biography of Bruce Lee, and shows scenes from four of his childhood films, Bad Boy, Orphan Sam, Kid Cheung, and The Carnival, each sepia-toned and given a fully new soundtrack with dubbed English dialogue and a disco soundtrack such as an instrumental version of Devil's Gun by C. J. & Company.
Next, there is a three-minute highlight reel of Lee imitator Bruce Li.
Finally, there is a feature-length Korean martial arts film starring Lee imitator Dragon Lee titled 최후의 정무문, Choihui Jeongmumun (lit. "Last Fist of Fury").
In 2004, The Real Bruce Lee 2 was released.
- The Real Bruce Lee on IMDb
- The Real Bruce Lee is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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