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Jason Pai Piao,
Ron Van Clief,
I think this is meant to be a farce. But it isnt. It is just rotting horse manure masquerading as a movie. The DVD cover makes you think that Bruce Lee stars in this movie and there are actual Bruce Lee fight scenes. There's nothing of the sort. Somebody should sue the guys who brought this out. It is blatantly false advertising. Is Bruce Lee's estate listening?
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