Bruce Lee was immortalized in his films as a martial arts master and first-class entertainer. ENTER THE DRAGON was the first martial arts film that American audiences had witnessed, and was actually produced in both Hong Kong and Hollywood. Interestingly, ENTER THE DRAGON also set the stage for non-traditional, culturally specific narratives to make their way into Hollywood.
Bruce Lee plays a kung fu master recruited by a foreign government to infiltrate the island of a megalomaniac martial artist named Han. Han's bodyguard is also found to have killed Lee's sister, giving Lee a personal vendetta to fight for. The Hall of Mirrors sequence towards the end of the film is now famous, as are Lee's incredibly gymnastic martial arts abilities. This trend-setting film holds up as an entertaining, engaging action movie, more than 30 years later.
Region 1 Note: Making-of featurette Blood and Steel: making of Enter the Dragon Personal profile Bruce Lee: In His Own Words Vintage featurette cc location: Hong Kong with Enter the Dragon Interview gallery featuring Linda Lee Cadwell Commentary by producer Paul Heller Backyard Workout with Bruce: vintage home movies
Dual Layer Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1 - English Subtitles - English, French, Spanish