Bruce Lee Enter the Dragon 40th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition Bluray giftset.
The film, which helped bring interest in the Asian martial arts genre to mainstream Western cinema, has been re-mastered for its 40th anniversary, and will now feature new bonus materials, such as the featurette, No Way as Way, on the legacy of Bruce Lee, plus other featurettes and commentary. Additional memorabilia with the giftset includes collectible art cards, a lenticular card and an embroidered patch.
Bluray Special Features:
*Commentary by producer Paul M. Heller
*New Featurette No Way As Way
*New Featurette The Return to Han's Island
*New Featurette Wing Chun: The Art that Introduced Kung Fu to Bruce Lee
*Interview Gallery featuring Lee's wife, Linda Lee Caldwell
*Backyard Workout with Bruce Lee vintage piece
*Curse of the Dragon vintage piece
*Location: Hong Kong with Enter the Dragon vintage piece
*Blood and Steel: The Making of Enter the Dragon vintage piece
*Personal Profile Bruce Lee: In His Own Words vintage piece
*Seven TV spots
This Bluray Disc is coded for all regions and can be played on any BD player.
English DTS 5.1
**A portion of the proceeds from all merchandise purchased in the Bruce Lee Official Store benefits The Bruce Lee Foundation.
The plot of the Enter the Dragon revolves around outstanding martial arts student Lee (Bruce Lee), who is recruited by an intelligence agency and then uncovers the evil Han's (Kien Shih) white slavery and drug trafficking ring located on a secret island fortress. Along with martial arts champions Roper (John Saxon) and Williams (Jim Kelly), Lee infiltrates the stronghold and enters Han’s brutal tournament. Lee and his partners fuse skills in Karate, Judo, Tae Kwon Do, T'ai chi ch'uan and Hapkido, in a now classic fight-to-the-death epic battle, all staged by Lee himself.
Bruce Lee, John Saxon, and Ahna Capri star in Enter the Dragon, which co-stars Bob Wall, and Shih Kien and introduces Jim Kelly. Music is by Lalo Schifrin. Written by Michael Allen, the film was produced by Fred Weintraub and Paul Heller in association with Raymond Chow. Robert Clouse directed.