This double disc has several compelling documentaries that examine Lee's life and skills. A special treat is previously unseen footage of Lee in action.
Disc Two includes John Little's feature length biography Bruce Lee: A Warrior's Journey with a meticulous reconstruction of Lee's intended cut of The Game of Death.
Additionally, it also contains the "Bruce Lee - In his own words" documentary (1998), Linda Lee interview, loads of trailers & TV spots...
For an old fan like myself, the only special thing in this 2-discs special edition is the "Blood & Steel - The making of Enter the Dragon" documentary. Pity that it was only about 30 mins. It contains new unreleased footage captured in Ahna Capri's video-cam back in 1973. Some glimpse of Bruce in the footage, one with Bruce lifting one leg & spinning around (wonder what he was doing?). Some other scenes showing Bruce smiling (Charisma on-screen & off-screen, tell me about it! Bruce is just so unique & captivating). Another showing Bruce put a coat over Ahna Capri (wonder what he was doing!! lol)
I am also glad to see "Curse of the Dragon" documentary included in this DVD boxset. In my memory, I do not remember this documentary being released in DVD by Warner.
One disappointing side though, the Game of Death lost footage in "A Warrior's Journey" documentary appears frail in DVD quality as compared to the HK Legends' release of the "Game of Death - Platinum Edition" version. I would recommed any Bruce Lee fan to also get the latter because of the high DVD quality & other special features. Furthermore, these 2 versions showcasing the lost footage fight scenes vary a little, with Bruce appearing a bit more in one version & less in the other version & vice versa.Read more ›