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Bruce Lee’s 2nd 1967 Interview: on the Yip Man (Ip Man), Training Celebs & Intro to JKD 

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Jeet Kune Do is simply the direct expression of one's feelings with the minimum of movements and energy.”

BRUCE LEE, that five-foot-eight-inch-145-pound cache of Chinese TNT who plays Kato, the crime- buster in TVs "Green Hornet," is a stickler for realism.

If a TV producer asks him to play a role, Bruce now wants to know before he signs up whether the part is reasonably realistic.

The dynamic, effervescent plague of the TV hoodlums, let the bars down a wee bit when he accepted the role of bodyguard and faithful companion to "The Green Hornet'' by hoaxing up his gung-fu tactics to provide more exciting action.

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But the San Francisco-born, Hong Kong-raised actor has learned some valuable lessons from his initial experience in the world of make-believe.

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