Painting of Brandon Lee with a Crow

Remembering Brandon Lee: A Legacy Continued

In the world of cinema, few stories are as poignant and compelling as that of Brandon Lee. Born into martial arts royalty as the son of the legendary Bruce Lee,…

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Bruce Lee Grappling with Samo Hung

Exploring Bruce Lee’s Grappling and Submission Skills

When we think of Bruce Lee, our minds often race to his lightning-fast punches, his iconic one-inch punch, or perhaps his mesmerizing nunchaku skills. However, there’s a layer to his…

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Bruce Lee Inspired Video Game Character

Bruce Lee’s Influence on Video Games

We’ve explored much of Mr Lee’s legacy on this site and have identified cases in which the legend managed to transcend the boundaries of his physical existence, embedding himself into…

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Anime Style Image of Bruce Lee Performing One-Inch Punch

Understanding the Physics and Technique Behind Bruce Lee’s Legendary “One-Inch Punch”

Among Bruce Lee’s most recognized additions to the martial arts world was his famous “one-inch punch”. Although an impractical technique in isolation, what this strike teaches in terms of body…

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Dan Inosanto in Game of Death

Collaborator Profile: Dan Inosanto

Dan Inosanto, a name synonymous with martial arts excellence and innovation, played a pivotal role in the martial arts world, particularly through his interactions with the legendary Bruce Lee. You…

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Enter the Dragon still frame

Movie Review – Enter the Dragon (1973)

Enter the Dragon (1973), a cinematic crucible where East meets West both in front and behind the camera, represents not just a milestone in martial arts cinema but a cultural…

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Bruce Lee the Dragon

Untold Stories from the Making of “Enter the Dragon”

Most Bruce Lee fans are ardent converts to the brilliance of Enter the Dragon, the 1973 martial arts marvel that still resonates in the hearts of cinephiles and combat enthusiasts….

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Still frame from The Big Boss

Movie Review – The Big Boss (1971)

The Big Boss, a cornerstone in the martial arts film genre helmed by the legendary Bruce Lee, remains a cinematic cornerstone that transcends its time. Directed by Lo Wei and…

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Bruce Lee in Yellow Jacket

The Unfinished Opus: Bruce Lee’s “Game of Death”

In the pantheon of martial arts cinema, Bruce Lee stands tall, despite his career being tragically cut short. Among his body of work, Game of Death occupies a unique and…

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The Kung Fu Controversy: The Story Behind the TV Series

Bruce Lee, undoubtedly the most iconic martial artist of the 20th century, left an indelible mark on Hollywood, martial arts, and global popular culture. While his on-screen roles like those…

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Bruce Lee as an Elderly Man

Bruce Lee at 80: Imagining A Lifetime Extended

Sadly, the world lost Bruce Lee in 1973 – a shining star extinguished in the prime of his life. He was only 32. When one reflects on the staggering impact…

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Quentin Tarantino and Bruce Lee

The Controversial Portrayal of Bruce Lee in Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon A Time in Hollywood’

Quentin Tarantino’s films have long been subjects of admiration and critique. Known for his unique narratives, riveting dialogues, and notable soundtracks, the filmmaker rarely shies away from the controversial. This…

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Bruce Lee in action

Bruce Lee: The Timeless Icon Who Inspired Legends

When we think of martial arts, action films, and sheer physical prowess, Bruce Lee’s name is often the first that comes to mind. His revolutionary philosophy and indomitable spirit have…

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Bruce Lee Stylized Portrait

A Dragon’s Tale – The Life and Legacy of Bruce Lee

Bruce Lee, an icon whose influence still resonates in various spheres of life, has become a symbol of martial arts, philosophy, and cultural exchange. Born on November 27, 1940, in…

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Bruce Lee: A Legend Imagined – What If He Had Lived into Old Age?

What might have been? Bruce Lee, the iconic martial artist and actor, passed away at the young age of 32 in 1973, leaving the world in shock and mourning the…

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Bruce Lee’s Art of Jeet Kune Do

Jeet Kune Do, also known as JKD, is a martial arts style that was created by the legendary Bruce Lee in the 1960s. It is a style that has had…

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Enter the Dragon: A Remembrance

Enter the Dragon is a martial arts film directed by Robert Clouse and released in 1973, starring the legendary Bruce Lee. The film is widely regarded as a masterpiece of…

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Mike Tyson Vs Bruce Lee – Who Would Win?

Imagine this: The world’s most iconic martial artist, Bruce Lee, steps into the ring with “The Baddest Man on the Planet,” Mike Tyson. Two legends, each at their prime. This…

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