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Li Xiao Long yu wo (1976)

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A movie on the life of the renowned Bruce Lee, especially his relationship with his mistress (played by Betty Ting Pei, who was Lee's mistress in real life and in whose apartment he died).


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Cast overview:
Betty Ting Pei ...
Betty Ting Pei
Danny Lee ...
Bruce Lee (as Li Hsui-Hsien)
Sha Wang ...
Kung Ming (as Wang Sha)
Chin-Ku Lu ...
Chao Yueh (as Lu Chun)
James Nam ...
Bartender (as Nan Kung-Hsun)
Man Huang ...
Miss Lu (as Huang Man)
Wen Chung Ku ...
(as Ku Wen-Tsung)
Peng-fei Li
Sau Kei Lee ...
(as Li Shou-Chi)
Sun Wong ...
(as Hsin Huang)
Di Chin ...
Producer Lu
Peng Peng ...
Fu Shang
Han Ling ...
(as Ling Han)
San Chiang ...
Bit actor (as Chiang Shan)


A movie on the life of the renowned Bruce Lee, especially his relationship with his mistress (played by Betty Ting Pei, who was Lee's mistress in real life and in whose apartment he died). Written by R. J. Lahey <>

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Biography | Drama


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Release Date:

9 January 1976 (Hong Kong)  »

Also Known As:

Bruce Lee: His Last Days, His Last Nights  »

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2.35 : 1
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Did You Know?


The first movie shown on New York's WNEW (now WNYW) Channel 5's "Drive-In Movie" program, on 2 May, 1981. See more »

Crazy Credits

"A Shaw Brothers production of a Cambridge Fims release" appeared on screen when the cable/satellite television service Independent Film Channel aired this on 6 October 2008 as "Bruce Lee His Last Days," but no applicable company of the latter name can be found. See more »


Referenced in Times Square (1980) See more »

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Bruce Lee: His Last Days
4 December 2009 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Bruce Lee: His Last Days (1976)

* (out of 4)

This Shaw Brothers production has become quite controversial over the years because no one, other than Bruce Lee and Betty Ting Pei, really know if it's true or not. There have been many conspiracy theories to what really killed the martial arts superstar but many put the blame on Pei who plays herself in this bio pic that tells about her relationship with Lee (Danny Lee). I can't say I'm a Lee expert so I really don't know too much about his personal life but hopefully it was a lot more exciting than this film. The version I watched was the English dub, which was also P&S so I'm not sure if the original version would be better but I seriously doubt it. What we have here is a pretty weak little film that doesn't manage to do anything except bore the viewer. We have several martial arts scenes but the majority of them are badly staged and come off rather funny. Danny Lee gives a pretty performance as Lee, although the screenplay really doesn't give him a lot to do. For the most part he plays Lee as a practical joker and I think these scenes come off as the most interesting in the film. Danny Lee is able to bring out this comic side of the legend but how much of this side is true is something I don't know. His fighting scenes are rather boring but again, this has more to do with the way they are staged. Pei on the other hand isn't very good playing herself. I'm really not sure what it was but she came off pretty fake from start to finish as if she was really wanting to show herself in a certain way and didn't want to steer off of that. I'm not sure if that's fair to say but that's the way she came off. The film runs just under 90-minutes but there are very few interesting marks. I'm really not sure what the point of the film was as the film never knows how to look at Pei, her relationship with Lee or even say much about the legend himself. In the end it comes off as something incredibly boring, which makes it rather worthless when there are better documentaries, bio pics and Lee's own movies out there.

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