Bruce Lee: The Master Collection Set ( DVD )
At long last, a definitive, remastered version of Bruce's old movies on DVD. I'm probably one of the few who starved to have
Bruce's movies on DVD that I bought those dubious copies from other companies and have long since regretted it. This new
collection though is THE one to get. Like others said, sound is in mono, some artifacting, and no extras on the discs, but that's
understandable considering the age of these films. The Chuck Norris/Bruce Lee fight looks great on screen and draws more
attention if you play it on a Panasonic DVDL50 in public. I made alot of people want the movies and system that way. All you
need is the Enter The Dragon DVD, and you're collection will be complete and final. Well, at least till another format comes
Bruce Lee : Words from a Master by Bruce Lee, John R. Little (Editor) ; by Bruce Lee, John R. Little (Editor)
If you want to know the real Bruce Lee -- in his own words -- then you must get this book! I've never seen a book like this. Not only are the exact words
Bruce Lee spoke in his only remaining interviews (the last three before he died) in here, but the authors went to three continents and
interviewed the three men who interviewed Bruce Lee to get their insight on what Bruce Lee was like. Wait until you read what
they have to say. I couldn't put the book down and the great thing is, you can read the whole book easily in less than 60 minutes. This
is Bruce Lee -- in his very own words -- at his very best, talking about Bruce Lee, his philospohy, his fighting, being a man and
much, much more. You will be inspired and at the end of the book, you will know Bruce Lee like you never did before
The Tao of Gung Fu : A Study in the Way of Chinese Martial Arts (The Bruce Lee Library, Vol 2); by Bruce Lee, John R. Little (Editor)
This is the book that Bruce Lee had intended to publish as an in-depth follow up to his Chinese Gung Fu. Prior to his death, he had written the majority of the text, which explores such topics as yin-yang as it applies to martial arts, Eastern and Western fitness methodologies, and martial arts and self-defense techniques. The manuscript was completed by martial arts expert John Little in cooperation with the Bruce Lee estate. 100+ photos.
Bruce Lee's philosophy shines in this book. Mr. Little has done the world of philosophy a big favor by compiling Bruce Lee's thoughts in this volume. A great martial artist makes philosophy key to every movement in his or her art, and Bruce Lee is able to clearly lay the foundation for understanding kung-fu principles. This is a must for any martial arts library!
Enter the Dragon (1973) VHS
The ultimate kung fu movie choreographed by and starring the undisputed master of martial arts, Bruce Lee. Playing a secret agent hired by the British to break up an opium ring, Bruce must go undercover as a contestant in a sadistic martial arts tournament.
Hosted by the targeted crime lord on his island hideaway, this tournament pits the baddest kung fu cats in the world against each other -- but not one of them can match Bruce's dazzling and deadly skills.
Return of the Dragon (1973) VHS
The last film of Bruce Lee's career, released after his death. Here, Lee pays a visit to family members who own a restaurant in Italy.
But mobsters, who want the land the eatery is built upon, harass the owners, forcing Lee to defend his family, as only he can. In the
film's high-voltage, high-kickin' finale, Lee, for the sake of his loved ones, must battle a U.S. karate expert (Chuck Norris), in a
The Bruce Lee Gift Pack VHS
"Fists of Fury": The young protege of a kung-fu master, is bent on avenging his murder. "Return of the Dragon": The last film of
Bruce Lee's career, released after his death. Here, Lee pays a visit to family members who own a restaurant in Italy. But mobsters,
who want the land the eatery is built upon, harass the owners, forcing Lee to defend his family, as only he can. In the film's
high-voltage, high-kickin' finale, Lee, for the sake of his loved ones, must battle a U.S. karate expert (Chuck Norris), in a Roman coliseum!