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Enter the Dragon [Blu-ray] [1973] [US Import]

Bruce Lee , John Saxon , Robert Clouse    Blu-ray
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (196 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Bruce Lee, John Saxon, Jim Kelly, Ahna Capri, Kien Shih
  • Directors: Robert Clouse
  • Writers: Michael Allin
  • Producers: Bruce Lee, Andre Morgan, Fred Weintraub, Leonard Ho, Paul M. Heller
  • Format: AC-3, Closed-captioned, Dolby, Dubbed, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: R (Restricted) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: 17 April 2007
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (196 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000O176Q6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 199,677 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)



The last film completed by Bruce Lee before his untimely death, Enter the Dragon was his entrée into Hollywood. The American-Hong Kong co-production, shot in Asia by American director Robert Clouse, stars Lee as a British agent sent to infiltrate the criminal empire of bloodthirsty Asian crime lord Han (Shih Kien) through his annual international martial arts tournament. Lee spends his days taking on tournament combatants and nights breaking into the heavily guarded underground fortress, kicking the living tar out of anyone who stands in his way.

The mix of kung fu fighting (choreographed by Lee himself) and James Bond intrigue (the plot has more than a passing resemblance to Dr. No) is pulpy by any standard, but the generous budget and talented cast of world-class martial artists puts this film in a category well above Lee's primitive Hong Kong productions. Unfortunately he's off the screen for large chunks of time as American maverick competitors (and champion martial artists) John Saxon and Jim Kelly take centre stage, but once the fighting starts Lee takes over. The tournament setting provides an ample display of martial arts mastery of many styles and climaxes with a huge free-for-all, but the highlight is Lee's brutal one-on-one with the claw-fisted Han in the dynamic hall-of-mirrors battle. Lee narrows his eyes and tenses into a wiry force of sinew, speed and ruthless determination. --Sean Axmaker


Recruited by an intelligence agency, outstanding martial arts student Bruce Lee participates in a brutal karate tournament hosted by the evil Han.Along with champions Roper and Williams, he uncovers Han s white slavery and drug trafficking ring located on a secret island fortress.In theexciting climax,hundreds of freed prisoners fight in an epic battle with Lee and Han locked in a deadly duel.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Must see (spoiler) 3 Jan 2011
In the years since his bizarre and tragic death, martial arts legend and master Bruce Lee has become an icon within the Kung-fu movie genre. Having only previously played a couple of American speaking parts before, this was Lee's introduction to Western audiences, but due to his tragic death just weeks before the film's American release, it would never be known what he would have been capable of as a box-office star. However ENTER THE DRAGON (1973), certainly was the film that made his career and it made him famous because of it and although the sadness being that he would never make it big in other films, this type of film which combined Asian art with American brutality helped its popularity with audiences who soon became obsessed with the ambition to become involved with kung-fu fighting.

Lee plays the role of a character who shares his surname Lee, stars as a martial arts expert who is recruited by the British government to infiltrate an island fortress, under the cover of being invited to a martial arts tournament, to investigate a possible slavery/drug ring led by a former nemesis of his. However he isn't the only fighter taking part in the tournament as he is accompanied on the trip by American socialite Roeper (John Saxon) who is on the run from debt-collectors and African American pimp Williams (Jim Kelly) who has a run-in with the cops. Lee is made aware of the situation going on in the island through an undercover agent Mei Ling (Betty Chung) who is posing as a geisha for the villain who hosts the tournament.
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39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Was reluctant to buy this blu ray as the reviews I had seen spoke of poor quality video and sound so I was pleasantly suprised at the quality of this film on viewing.

The film quality itself is overall suprisingly very good and much improved over the DVD versions I own. I don't claim it to be up there with the latest and greatest releases on blu ray but for a 37 year old film that wasn't particularly made to a high standard its great.

The sound quality is an issue though the mix of dubbing and sync problems aren't great but doesn't render the film unwatchable. Most of the Extra's made previously available on DVD seem present and correct and the imfamous nunchak scene that was removed from the 1st UK DVD but later reinstated on a subsequent relase is there too.

All round a classic martial movie and well worth a watch
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Daddy Of All Martial Art Movie's 29 Jan 2014
By Timelord007 TOP 500 REVIEWER
Blu Ray Info.
Running time 93 minutes, Region2/B, Includes many outstanding features & documentarys including a Blu ray commentary by Paul Heller.

1)Bruce Lee's opening tournament fight is againt Samo Hung.
2)Bruce Lee was cut by glass when Bob Wall miss timed a sequence so in anger Bruce Lee kicked him so hard that The person who tried catching Bob Wall had both his arm's broken by the force of impact.
3)Bruce Lee accidentally hit stuntman Jackie Chan with fighting sticks & apologized quoting Jackie Chan could work on all his future movies but sadly this was to be Lee's last movie.
4)Bruce Lee died 3 weeks before it's theatrical opening.
5)Nunchaka sequences were cut from all Bruce Lee movie's until the BBFC censorship laws relaxed finally submitting the films uncut for the first time on dvd in 2001.
6)Shih Kein didn't speak English & was dubbed by Keye Luke who starred in Gremlins & was a voice artist on 70's manga cartoon Battle For The Planet's.
7)8,000 mirrors were featured in the films climatic duel
8) John Saxon starred in 1984's A Nightmare On Elm Street as well as it's second sequel & New Nightmare.
9)Bruce Lee defeats over 50 opponent's in the cave sequence.
10)Robert Clouse would helm Game Of Death a partly shot movie Bruce Lee was working on when he died, The film was completed & released in 1978 with two doubles. Lee features in the final 15 minutes of the movie as the version he had planned was nothing like what was eventually made.
11)Robert Clouse also directed Gymkata & two China O Brien movie's starring Cynthia Rothrock.
12)Bolo Yeung starred opposite Jean Claude Van Damee in Bloodsport & Double Impact.


This is one of the greatest martial art movies ever made.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Exceptional 10 Feb 2003
This is by far the best and greatest martial art movie ever made, it stars the best martial artist who ever lived (Bruce Lee) along with other superb martial artists including John Saxon. This leads to utterly intence fighting scenes. It is amazing but none of the stunts he pulled in the movie (such as flipping over a line of men or jumping 7 foot high in to a tree) were fake or camera tricks. The nunchuku scene performed by Lee is legendary and you will never forget it.
The plot is basically set around Lee trying to enter a drug dealers base in the form of competeing in his martial arts tornament. But also the drug dealer killed his sister so he has a personnal interst in going to assainate him.
This was Bruce Lee's best movie, but unfortunatly he died just before its release. However if you are at all interested in Lee, or any form of marial art movies, YOU MUST GET THIS FILM!!
You will never forget it
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