Way Of The Dragon—Platinum Edition

Pristine restoration of Bruce Lee's only movie as star, director, writer and producer, released to mark the 30th anniversary of his death. He's a country boy come to the city, in this case Rome, where he must kung-fu kick the collective badass of gangsters trying to take over a Chinese restaurant. Not Lee's best, but it does have nunchakus and that great, no-frills fight with a hairy Chuck Norris in the Colosseum.

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Pristine restoration of Bruce Lee’s only movie as star, director, writer and producer, released to mark the 30th anniversary of his death. He’s a country boy come to the city, in this case Rome, where he must kung-fu kick the collective badass of gangsters trying to take over a Chinese restaurant. Not Lee’s best, but it does have nunchakus and that great, no-frills fight with a hairy Chuck Norris in the Colosseum.

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