After a pretty cool opening credits sequence, we get to see Bruce Lee in a couple of candid scenes signing autographs while a narrator tells us how great he was and stuff. Next we see him in four sepia tone vignettes from movies he appeared in as a child. Then footage of his funeral is shown. It’s here where we stop seeing anything remotely resembling the “Real” Bruce Lee.
Reason of the public domain status: Not registered with the Library of Congress.
This release is made from a rare 1973 Bruce Lee footage documentary found in the Chinese archives which was thought to be lost, featuring not only the great Bruce Lee, but the campy, outrageous impersonators Dragon Lee and Bruce Li. Jam-packed with fantastically bad dubbing and kung-fu clichés, this time-capsule also includes footage from Bruce Lee’s earliest childhood films and the only scene he ever starred in with his father. Get ready for an underground gem that can’t be missed for any Kung-fu, martial arts enthusiast.
Creators: Larry Dolgin & Jim Markovic
Production Company: Spectacular Trading Company
Audio/Visual: Mono – Color
Date Release: 1973
Cast: Bruce Lee/Himself – Bruce Li/Himself – Dragon Lee/Himself
Additional details in: IMDB
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