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Enter the Dragon [40th Anniversary Collector's Edition] (Blu-ray)

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IMDb

Release date:

Title: Enter the Dragon (1973; USA, Hong Kong)

Audio:
Russian Dolby Digital 5.1
English DTS-HD MA 5.1
Polish Dolby Digital 2.0
Spanish Dolby Digital 2.0
French Dolby Digital 1.0
German Dolby Digital 1.0
Italian Dolby Digital 1.0
Japanese Dolby Digital 1.0
Spanish Dolby Digital 1.0

Subtitles:
Russian, English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Korean, Greek, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbian, Turkish, Japanese

Genre: Action, Drama, Thriller, Crime

Runtime: 99 min. / 01:39

Media: BD-50

Disc region: A, B, C

Director: Robert Clouse

Cast: Bruce Lee, Kien Shih, John Saxon, Jim Kelly, Bolo Yen, Ana Capri, Angela Mao, Robert Wall, Betty Cheung, Jeffrey Weeks, Jackie Chan

Extras:

• New: No Way As Way (HD, 26 minutes): Vintage interviews with Bruce Lee are framed by reflections on Lee's example and discussions on his philosophy from boxing legend Sugar Ray Leonard, actor George Takei, Grammy-nominated music artist Steve Aoki, Wren Lee Keasler, and Shannon and Linda Lee. The result is something of a hodgepodge documentary that leaps between a history of Lee's life and career (mainly by way of his wife), stories about personal struggle and success from Leonard, Takei and Akoi, and a look back at Enter the Dragon and its influence from everyone involved.
• New: Wing Chun (HD, 20 minutes): An assortment of martial artists the world over demonstrate and dissect the art that introduced Lee to kung fu. This is yet another peripheral bonus, but one that delves into an aspect of Lee's talent and explosive skill the other features and documentaries only orbit.
• New: Return to Han's Island (HD, 10 minutes): A tour of the key Hong Kong hotspots and locations used in Enter the Dragon. Though there's nothing terribly revealing or essential here, fans of the film will appreciate the additional insight into the production.
• Audio Commentary: Producer Paul Heller and writer Michael Allin (dialing into the chat via phone) engage in a decent discussion about the film, its impact, Lee's talents and contributions, and the martial artist's enduring appeal. The decades have left both men with spotty memories and rather emotionless anecdotes, but anyone hoping to find an informative technical track will be more than pleased with their dry discourse.
• Curse of the Dragon (SD, 87 minutes): Narrated by George Takai, this documentary is a comprehensive and personal look at Lee's death, the fate that befell his son Brandon years later on the set of The Crow, and his postmortem magnetism amongst fans of all generations.
• Blood and Steel (SD, 30 minutes): This more traditional behind-the-scenes features digs into the production, stuntwork, fight choreography, and performances. While not nearly as compelling as "Curse of the Dragon," it's a strong followup worth watching.
• Linda Lee Cadwell Interviews (SD, 16 minutes): Over the course of ten segments, Lee's widow tells stories about her late husband, discussing his role as a fighter, actor, and family man. Her recollections are captivating and revealing... I just wish she had more than sixteen minutes to cover so much ground. An audio commentary would have been more ideal, but I'll take what I can get.
• In His Own Words (SD, 19 minutes): It may include slices of rare interviews with Bruce Lee, but an abundance of film clips, as well as a somewhat stocky closing photo montage, make this a less-invigorating addition to the package .
• 1973 Archive Featurette (SD, 8 minutes): A vintage production featurette with enough dated spark and sizzle to induce a good laugh or two.
• Backyard Workout with Bruce (SD, 2 minutes): An all-too-short black and white home video.
• Trailers and TV Spots (SD)

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