Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon is a 2003 Hong Kong biographical action film directed by Corey Yuen and starring Jason Scott Lee as Bruce Lee. The film follows Lee's early life in Hong Kong, his training in martial arts, and his eventual rise to fame as a martial arts actor and instructor. The film begins with Lee as a young boy in Hong Kong, where he is bullied by a group of older boys. Lee's father, Lee Hoi-Chuen, teaches him Wing Chun kung fu to defend himself. Lee later travels to the United States to study at the University of Washington, where he continues his martial arts training. He also becomes involved in the local martial arts scene, where he meets and defeats a number of opponents. Lee eventually returns to Hong Kong and begins his career as a martial arts actor. He stars in a number of films, including The Big Boss, Fist of Fury, and Enter the Dragon. Lee's films become popular around the world, and he becomes a global icon of martial arts. The film ends with Lee's death in 1973. Lee's death is a mystery, and there are many theories about what happened. The film does not offer any definitive answers, but it does explore the impact that Lee's death had on the world. Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon is a well-made and entertaining film that tells the story of one of the most influential martial artists of all time. The film is full of action, drama, and suspense, and it offers a glimpse into the life of a true martial arts legend.

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Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon (1997)

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Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon is a 2003 Hong Kong biographical action film directed by Corey Yuen and starring Jason Scott Lee as Bruce Lee. The film follows Lee's early life in Hong Kong, his training in martial arts, and his eventual rise to fame as a martial arts actor and instructor. The film begins with Lee as a young boy in Hong Kong, where he is bullied by a group of older boys. Lee's father, Lee Hoi-Chuen, teaches him Wing Chun kung fu to defend himself. Lee later travels to the United States to study at the University of Washington, where he continues his martial arts training. He also becomes involved in the local martial arts scene, where he meets and defeats a number of opponents. Lee eventually returns to Hong Kong and begins his career as a martial arts actor. He stars in a number of films, including The Big Boss, Fist of Fury, and Enter the Dragon. Lee's films become popular around the world, and he becomes a global icon of martial arts. The film ends with Lee's death in 1973. Lee's death is a mystery, and there are many theories about what happened. The film does not offer any definitive answers, but it does explore the impact that Lee's death had on the world. Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon is a well-made and entertaining film that tells the story of one of the most influential martial artists of all time. The film is full of action, drama, and suspense, and it offers a glimpse into the life of a true martial arts legend.

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

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Alex Ben Block

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Linda Lee Cadwell

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James Coburn

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Blake Edwards

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Miguel Ferrer

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Charles B. Fitzsimons

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Dan Inosanto

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Taky Kimura

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Brandon Lee

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Bruce Lee

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Robert Lee

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Shannon Lee

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John Little

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John Saxon

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Van Williams

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Jude Gerard Prest

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Biography - Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon (A&E DVD Archives)

(DVD)

7/26/2005

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