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Enter the Dragon

Bruce Lee in his full ferocious vein-popping glory (1973), in the only reasonably budgeted film he completed before his death. The director, Robert Clouse, was a specialist in these Hong Kong-Hollywood productions, one of the few areas where a talent like his—fast and superficial, stripped for action—could flourish. Ripping entertainment overall, with just enough meat for amateur sociologists. With Jim Kelly and John Saxon.



  • Robert Clouse


  • Bruce Lee
  • John Saxon
  • Jim Kelly
  • Ahna Capri
  • Angela Mao


  • Michael Allin


  • Raymond Chow
  • Paul M. Heller
  • Fred Weintraub

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