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Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon

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Dear Bruce Lee Fan,

Enter the Dragon, released in 1973 by Warner Bros., starred the now-iconic Bruce Lee, martial artist Jim Kelly and actor John Saxon (who himself had 15 years training in the martial arts at the time). Featuring Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung as stuntmen, it was the first Chinese martial arts film to have been produced by a major Hollywood movie studio.

The National Film Registry deemed the Fred Weintraub production “culturally significant” in 2004 and selected it for archival preservation.

But how did this landmark martial arts film come into being?

In this new FREE guide from BlackBeltMag.com — Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon — you will learn the following:

  • how this Fred Weintraub production was seen as a major cultural happening in the early 1970s martial arts scene
  • how producer Fred Weintraub’s vision shaped the production of this final Bruce Lee film
  • how shooting this film in Asia allowed Fred Weintraub’s crew to save money and create an air of authenticity

What Is Enter the Dragon About, Anyway?

Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon

Simply stated, this film is the story of the breakup of an international island empire of evil and corruption by a trio of courageous young martial artists invited there on the pretense of participating in a tournament!

In this new FREE guide, learn the rest of the plot (if you haven’t seen it already) of and how Fred Weintraub’s visionary production all came together to make this movie a reality!

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Complicated Beginnings, Complicated Production!

Right from the start, Fred Weintraub’s quest to film this project was a complicated adventure fraught with problems as the cast and much of the crew had to travel by jet across the Pacific. Disorientation, travel fatigue, changes in climate and culture — all conspired to potentially sabotage Fred Weintraub’s project from the start!

In this FREE Guide — Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon — learn how the biggest obstacle was trying to conquer the language and cultural barrier in order to bring Fred Weintraub’s vision to life!

How Was Filming in Asia Different From Filming in America?

Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon

“[The Chinese craftsmen’s] ability to construct would put to shame anything American of comparable price,” says co-producer Paul Heller in this new FREE Guide — Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon — available for download!

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Was the Martial Arts Action Real in This Movie?

In this FREE Guide — Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon — you’ll learn the truth about the martial arts action in this Fred Weintraub production, which includes the following:

  • injuries sustained by the stars (including Bruce Lee!)
  • what precautions were taken to protect the actors and stuntmen
  • how Bruce Lee handled hot-shot extras who challenged him

Capturing the Legend on Film

Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon

Despite director Robert Clouse’s vast experience with action stars, he stood in awe of Bruce Lee’s physical prowess, skill and speed.

Learn how cameramen in this Fred Weintraub production had to adjust their equipment to keep up with Bruce Lee’s speed in this FREE Guide — Bruce Lee Movies: The Making of Enter the Dragon — available for download!

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Learn about how it is done rather than imitate what is done,

Raymond