Top 10 Favourite Martial Arts Documentary Films

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1.
The Best of the Martial Arts Films (1992 Documentary)
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There is no plot in this film. It is a collection of the best fighting scenes from the martial arts films (i.e. Bruce Lee and others). (90 mins.)
 
2.
Cinema of Vengeance (1994 Documentary)
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(85 mins.)
Director: Toby Russell
 
3.
Jackie Chan: My Stunts (1999 Documentary)
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A documentary where Jackie Chan and his stuntman team show you the secrets of some of the great stunts they do in films. The film also takes you on the sets of "Who Am I?" and "Rush Hour". (97 mins.)
 
4.
Top Fighter 2 (1996 Documentary)
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Women too can fight! The sequel of "Top Fighter" focuses in the importance of the women in the martial-arts movies... (90 mins.)
Director: Toby Russell
 
5.
Put Up Your Dux (2010 Documentary)
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A documentary about the true life story of world renowned martial artist Frank Dux. (70 mins.)
 
6.
Red Trousers: The Life of the Hong Kong Stuntmen (2003 Documentary)
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A short action film interwoven into a documentary tells the story of the legendary unsung heroes of Hong Kong film... (100 mins.)
Director: Robin Shou
 
7.
How Bruce Lee Changed the World (2009 Documentary)
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More than just a biography, this film explores Bruce Lee's global impact to see how he has influenced all areas of popular culture including fitness... (120 mins.)
Director: Steve Webb
 
8.
Kung Fu Killers (1974 Documentary)
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This documentary showcases Australian stuntman/actor Grant Page investigating the burgeoning interest in everything Kung Fu from students in Sydney to the action stars of the Hong Kong film industry. (72 mins.)
 
9.
Top Fighter (1995 Documentary)
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Welcome to the world of the martial arts. A voyage for the times of the martial arts cinema, from the beginning in China in the 6th Century A.C... (100 mins.)
Director: Toby Russell
 
10.
The Art of Action: Martial Arts in Motion Picture (2002 Documentary)
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A look at the history of martial arts films from their chinese roots to the present, presented by Samuel L. Jackson. (105 mins.)
Director: Keith Clarke