Places to Buy

Searching for products...

About This Item

Unique ID Code: 0000007035
Added by: DVD Reviewer
Added on: 21/7/2000 01:04
View Changes

Enter The Dragon (US)

9 / 10
3 votes cast
Rate this item
Inline Image

The first American produced martial arts spectacular!
Certificate: R
Running Time: 102 mins
Retail Price: $24.98
Release Date:

Twenty-five years following his untimely death, Bruce Lee remains the movies` supreme martial-arts star. And Enter the Dragon, fully restored, in stereo for the first time and containing 3 minutes not included in the original U.S. theatrical release, stands the test of time as the most popular martial-arts epic in film history.

This 25th anniversary edition also includes Bruce Lee: In His Own Words, sharing film, video and audio material from the Lee family archives with fans for the first time ever!

Special Features:
Interactive Menus
Scene Access
1973 Behind the Scenes Documentary
Bruce Lee: In His Own Words Documentary
Audio Commentary By Producer & Screenwriter
All-New Introduction
Interview with Linda Lee Cadwell
Production Notes
4 Theatrical Trailers
7 TV Spots
Isolated Music Score Audio Track

Video Tracks:
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1

Audio Tracks:
Dolby Digital 5.1 English
Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 French
Dolby Digital Stereo 2.0 Spanish

Subtitle Tracks:
CC: English

Directed By:
Robert Clouse

Written By:

Kien Shih
Ahna Capri
Jim Kelly
John Saxon
Bruce Lee

Soundtrack By:
Lalo Schifrin

Director of Photography:
Gil Hubbs

George Watters
Kurt Hirschler

Costume Designer:
Louis Sheng

Fred Weintraub
Paul M. Heller
Raymond Chow

Warner Bros

Your Opinions and Comments

9 / 10
I love martial arts movies and have many of Jackie Chan`s films, but had never really seen anything starring Bruce Lee. But after buying the excellent R2 version of "Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story", I suddenly became a massive fan of the man himself and had to get myself a Special Edition R1 copy of this awesome disc. Not only do you get action, but also an insight into Lee`s psyche. "Don`t think, feeeel."

This really is a quality disc (whereas the R2 version is cut and has no extras) and is a must-have purchase for any fan of the genre. It`s also interesting to note that this film was released 4 years before Star Wars and there are some close similarities between Lee`s philosophising and Obi-Wan and Yoda`s teachings. Hmmm. George would never borrow ideas from another film, would he?

For more info, see the Site Review if you haven`t already.
posted by on 25/8/2000 18:25