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
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The first movie shown on New York's WNEW (now WNYW) Channel 5's "Drive-In Movie" program, on 2 May, 1981. See more »
The version of this film that aired 6 October 2008 on the cable/satellite television service Independent Film Channel (titled "Bruce Lee His Last Days") credited no crew beyond the director, "John Lo Mar." See more »
Perhaps the original Chinese language, Shawscope version of this film is better than the horribly pan and scanned, English dubbed version recently aired on Showtime. Doubtful, though, as this features unimaginative and unexciting martial arts sequences and the unappealing presence of Betty Ting-Pei, whose hardknock life is the primary focus of this purported tribute to Bruce Lee. Simply wretched.
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