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When Bruce Lee died suddenly in 1973, the industry he helped bring to a wider audience lost no time in churning out a string of shabby, vaguely tasteless exploitation pieces. This is one of the best known of his posthumous releases and one of the worst. The Lee character - predominantly stand-in Kim Tai Jong - finds himself up against a ruthless gangster (Dean Jagger), who kidnaps his girlfriend (Colleen Camp). The makers originally claimed the film would be drawing on 100 minutes of never-before-seen footage, but precious little seems to have made it to the screen and, apart from a beautifully edited end sequence featuring Lee at his best, this is an embarrassing mess. Inevitably, Chuck Norris is in there, too.
A famous kung fu movie actor fakes his own demise as part of a plot to get back at his ruthless enemies. Martial arts thriller, starring Bruce Lee, Gig Young, Dean Jagger and Chuck Norris.
Cast & Crew
Kim Tai Jong
Contains violence and swearing.
video, DVD and Blu-ray
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