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An exciting and interesting documentary about Bruce Lee for about a 1/2 hour + a whole movie (unknown title) with a promising new fighter named Dragon Lee as the main attraction. (where is he today ?) The movie-part, as the documentary-part is a bit naive, like many of the martial art-movies was in the 70's, but it's real fun to watch. The effects in the movie is sometimes unrealistic, but you can see some real good martial arts here. I remember I saw this on video in 1984, when I was 15 years old, so I don't recommend this movie to audience who are over 20.
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