The life story of martial arts icon and actor Bruce Lee.

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Grace Ho
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Cho Manyee (Pearl Tso)
Yishan Zhang ...
Lau Kin-kong
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Unicorn Chan (as Jin Auyeung)
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Skinny Wang
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Ngai Kwan-chi
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Fung Fung
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Cho Tat-wah
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Leung Sing-bor
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Charlie Owen
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Lee Hap-ngan (Eight Sister)
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Bruce's grandma
Charles Ying ...
Peter Lee
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The life story of martial arts icon and actor Bruce Lee.

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25 November 2010 (Hong Kong)  »

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Bruce Lee - Die Legende des Drachen  »

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$7,300,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

In the film, Bruce Lee, played by Aarif Rahman, and Charlie Owen, played by Alex Yen, fight in an abandoned barn. The fight is an homage to the iconic fight between the actual Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris in the film The Way of the Dragon (1972), complete with a cat sitting and watching nearby. See more »

Goofs

Every time they show the picture of a one hundred American dollar, the new hundred dollar bill was used instead of the old. The movie was about the 1940s and on, however, The one hundred dollar bill shown in the movie was a new 100 dollar bill which has been changed multiple times since the time depicted in the movie. The hundred dollar bill that was inserted into the Chinese red pocket by Bruce Lee's mother had the printed signature of "Henry M Paulson Jr". He was the 74th US Secretary of the Treasury between 2006 and 2009. See more »

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Best Bruce Lee movie yet
19 April 2011 | by (Silicon Valley, USA) – See all my reviews

I'd have to say this was the best biopic on Bruce Lee so far (not that there are many of them). I got to learn many things about the man than I had known before, both trivial and non-trivial. For example, I felt that the actor who played Bruce portrayed his charm, energy, and even the evolution of his vocal "ai-yahs" really well. Also, I actually loved the fact that the fight scenes were so unpolished -- it makes the film more realistic instead of looking like a kung-fu video game. Maybe it's just me, but I also liked that they didn't show Yip Man's face (or at least I don't recall ever seeing his face).

Watch this, then go watch the movie that shows his life after he arrives in California (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story).


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