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8 October 2001 (UK) See more »
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  (in credits order)

Bruce Lee ... Himself (archive footage)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ... Himself
Peter Archer ... (archive footage)
Sun-Man Bae
Robert Baker ... (archive footage) (as Bob Baker)
Pierre Berton ... Himself (archive footage)

Linda Lee Cadwell ... Herself

Jackie Chan ... (archive footage)
Yuan Chieh ... Himself (archive footage)

James Coburn ... (archive footage)
Doug Copsey ... Narration (voice)

James Franciscus ... Mike Longstreet (archive footage)

James Garner ... Philip Marlowe (archive footage)
Ted Hanulak ... Sensei

Sammo Kam-Bo Hung ... (archive footage)
Hee-Soo Hwang
Dan Inosanto ... Himself
Han Jae Ji ... Himself
Bill Katz
Byung-Joo Kim
Hak-Kyu Kim
Taky Kimura ... Himself

George Lazenby ... Fighter (archive footage)
Kang-Kook Lee
Joe Lewis ... (archive footage)
John Little ... Himself
Bey Logan ... (archive footage)

Mako ... (archive footage)
Angela Mao
Nora Miao ... (archive footage)

Andre Morgan ... (archive footage)

Chuck Norris ... (archive footage)

Carroll O'Connor ... (archive footage)
Se-kyn Oh
Sung-Woo Park
Tong-Il Park

Peter Mark Richman ... Duke Paige (archive footage)

John Saxon ... (archive footage)
Mike Stone ... (archive footage)
James Tien ... Himself (archive footage)

Robert Wall ... (archive footage) (as Bob Wall)
Ing-Sik Whang ... (archive footage)

Van Williams ... (archive footage)
Biao Yuen ... (archive footage)
Ho-You Yun
Jiddu Krishnamurti ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
John Little 
Bruce Lee (original footage)
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bruce Lee  material
John Little 
Bey Logan  additional material

Produced by
Chris Ennis .... producer: interviews
Bill Katz .... co-producer
Taek-Yong Lee .... producer
John Little .... producer
Johnny-Mike Walker .... executive producer
Original Music by
Wayne Hawkins 
Film Editing by
Brad Kaup 
Costume Design by
Sun-young Cha (costumes: Korean Unit)
Makeup Department
Kim Jin-Sook .... make-up: Korean Unit
Kim So-Hee .... make-up: Korean Unit
Production Management
Mauro Cagnina .... production manager
Art Department
Mark Anderson .... graphics
Sound Department
Larry Benjamin .... dubbing mixer
Greg Cosh .... sound mixer
Ken Dufva .... foley artist
David Lee Fein .... foley artist (as David Fein)
Bruce Michaels .... dubbing mixer
Joan Rowe .... foley artist
Greg Stacy .... sound editor
Lee Tinkham .... foley mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Kim Byung-Seung .... photography department: Korean Unit
Lee Hoo-Gon .... director of photography: Korean Unit
Han Ki-Up .... gaffer: Korean Unit
Yun Nam-Joo .... photography department: Korean Unit
Jeff Noble .... additional photography
Tsuyoshi Abe .... special thanks
Bruce Lee .... for (as Bruce)
Andrew J. Staton .... special thanks


Additional Details

Also Known As:
"A Warrior's Journey" - USA (short title)
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100 min | USA:110 min (original premiere)
Aspect Ratio:
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Revealing mistakes: You can see a shadow of Yuan Chieh getting ready to fall.See more »


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Damn, I wish Bruce was alive to see this!, 15 January 2006
Author: Zerojojo from Germany

The only regret I had watching "Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey" was that Bruce, the master of all masters, wasn't still alive to see what great tribute is being paid to him with this documentary. He would have been so proud. What a shame it is that such a young, handsome man is ripped out of this life by some, well, whoever it was - IT WAS WRONG!!! The documentary contains great footage of Bruce, the master, and of his movies, too. I especially liked the parts from the movies, since they reminded me of the time I was watching them. I didn't miss a single movie, and I say that with the proviso that I am not capable of understanding Chinese. Therefore I have even more regrets that he only got to making one English movie before the tragedy. So people out there, don't miss that great account of a great master, Bruce, in a great documentary. It's really a great experience and shouldn't me missed by anyone. I enjoyed it a great deal and I am very choosy, for example I didn't like Star Wars.

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