Enter the Dragon is a 1973 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Robert Clouse; starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Jim Kelly. This was Bruce Lee's final film appearance before his death on 20 July 1973. The film was released on 26 July 1973, six days after Lee's death, in Hong Kong. He was also one of the film's writers.

Enter the Dragon is a 1973 Hong Kong martial arts action film directed by Robert Clouse; starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Jim Kelly. This was Bruce Lee's final film appearance before his death on 20 July 1973. The film was released on 26 July 1973, six days after Lee's death, in Hong Kong. He was also one of the film's writers.

Michael Jai White Video: The Martial Arts Movie Star on How Traditional Martial Arts Training Led to Success In His Life and Career! — In this exclusive interview filmed during his cover shoot for the October/November 2014 issue of Black Belt magazine, the martial arts movie star talks about discipline, development and training with the late Joe Lewis. #blackbeltmagazine #martialarts #michaeljaiwhite #joelewis #kyokushin #karate #martialartsmovies #photoshoots #flyingkicks #spawn…

Michael Jai White Video: The Martial Arts Movie Star on How Traditional Martial Arts Training Led to Success In His Life and Career! — In this exclusive interview filmed during his cover shoot for the October/November 2014 issue of Black Belt magazine, the martial arts movie star talks about discipline, development and training with the late Joe Lewis. #blackbeltmagazine #martialarts #michaeljaiwhite #joelewis #kyokushin #karate #martialartsmovies #photoshoots #flyingkicks #spawn…

Bruce Lee – Martial Arts humor

Interview with Bruce Lee – Martial Arts Master, Film Maker and Actor

Bruce Lee – Martial Arts humor

Into the Badlands Finally Brings Great Martial Arts to TV

Meet the Brilliant Young Hackers Who’ll Soon Shape the World

Into the Badlands Finally Brings Great Martial Arts to TV

Martial Arts Movie #19 – Ong-Bak (2003)  Ong-Bak (2003)    Ong-Bak (2003)    This Thai Film Festival award winner starring Tony Jaa (Robin Shou’s stunt double in Mortal Kombat: Annihilation) is not only the first martial arts flick to feature a highly stylized version of Thai kickboxing, but the bone-crunching stunts and full-contact body attacks are a noncomedic throwback to Jackie Chan’s films from the mid-1980s. It hurts to watch this movie, but it brings back great memories of why we…

Martial Arts Movie #19 – Ong-Bak (2003) Ong-Bak (2003) Ong-Bak (2003) This Thai Film Festival award winner starring Tony Jaa (Robin Shou’s stunt double in Mortal Kombat: Annihilation) is not only the first martial arts flick to feature a highly stylized version of Thai kickboxing, but the bone-crunching stunts and full-contact body attacks are a noncomedic throwback to Jackie Chan’s films from the mid-1980s. It hurts to watch this movie, but it brings back great memories of why we…

The scene where Mulan disarms Shan-Yu with a fan shows an actual martial art technique.

The scene where Mulan disarms Shan-Yu with a fan shows an actual martial art technique.

Top 20 Martial Arts Films of All Time

Top 20 Martial Arts Films of All Time

Chocolate (Thai: ช็อคโกแลต), also known as Zen, Warrior Within, is a 2008 Thai martial arts film starring Yanin "Jeeja" Vismistananda in her debut film performance. It is directed by Prachya Pinkaew, with martial arts choreography by Panna Rittikrai. It also stars Hiroshi Abe and Pongpat Wachirabunjong.

Chocolate (Thai: ช็อคโกแลต), also known as Zen, Warrior Within, is a 2008 Thai martial arts film starring Yanin "Jeeja" Vismistananda in her debut film performance. It is directed by Prachya Pinkaew, with martial arts choreography by Panna Rittikrai. It also stars Hiroshi Abe and Pongpat Wachirabunjong.

The legend posing for one of the best martial arts movies ever

The legend posing for one of the best martial arts movies ever

Martial Arts Movie #2 – Chinese Connection (1972)    Bruce Lee rocketed into superstardom with this movie. It sparked a tidal wave of nationalism amongst the world’s Chinese population as its hero single-handedly defeats the shadow of Japanese domination. Loosely based on the real-life death of the legendary martial artist Huo Yuan-chia, the scene in which Lee kicks seven opponents in one unedited shot in a Japanese karate school altered the direction of fight choreography forever.

Martial Arts Movie #2 – Chinese Connection (1972) Bruce Lee rocketed into superstardom with this movie. It sparked a tidal wave of nationalism amongst the world’s Chinese population as its hero single-handedly defeats the shadow of Japanese domination. Loosely based on the real-life death of the legendary martial artist Huo Yuan-chia, the scene in which Lee kicks seven opponents in one unedited shot in a Japanese karate school altered the direction of fight choreography forever.

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