The Real Bruce Lee and Fist of Fear on VHS. Two tape set. Starring Bruce Lee.
The Real Bruce Lee starring Bruce Lee, Bruce Li, Dragon Lee. Directed by Jim Markovic. 1979.
Fist of Fear starring Bruce Lee, Fred Williamson, Ron Van Clief. Directed by Matthew Mallinson. 1980.
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The Real Bruce Lee
Bruce Lee was one of the world’s most popular film stars when he died in the early 1970’s at the age of 33. In this video, you’ll learn about his life and tragic early death through excerpts and stills from his early films, news broadcasts, and many later performances.
First, you’ll marvel at the young Lee, already demonstrating his incredible Kung Fu skills in early movies like Kid Cheung and The Bad Boy. Then travel with him to L.A. as his hopes for a Hollywood career ultimately disappoint him. It wasn’t until his return to Hong Kong that he used his phenomenal talents to begin his meteoric ascent to superstardom in films like Fists of Fury and Enter the Dragon.
Lee has many aspiring successors, and see dynamic footage of the two best — Bruce Li and newcomer Dragon Lee — in hard punching, high-kicking action. Both martial artists have reached stardom on their own, but still acknowledge their dept to Bruce Lee’s immortal talent.
If you’re looking for the hottest Kung Fu action around, you’ve found it!
Fist of Fear
Fictitious account of a World Karate Championship held at Madison Square Garden to crown the successor of karate king, Bruce Lee. This fascinating docu-drama mixes real life tournament fighting with a gripping fictional tale about discovering the real reason behind the mysterious death of Bruce Lee. Was it the secret and deadly vibrating palm punch called the “touch of death” that sent Lee to his premature grave? A must see for Karate fans. You’ll love the actual interviews with Lee that provide insights into his philosophy of life and the martial arts.
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