Enter The Dragon

  • 1973
  • Movie
  • R
  • Action, Martial Arts

If you have a yen for spectacular chopsocky action, this is as good a flick to start with as any. The legendary Bruce Lee is showcased in his most lavish adventure--though, as this was made in Hong Kong after all, it still feels like a low-rent James Bond thriller crossed with Fu Manchu. The plot barely rates relating but here goes: Lee (Bruce Lee) is recruited...read more

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Enter The Dragon - Official Trailer
03:08 — The most famous Kung Fu movie of all time. A Kung Fu master pursuing a secret vendetta infiltrates an international martial arts contest being held on (more…)
Enter The Dragon - Trailer
03:05 — The most famous Kung Fu movie of all time. A Kung Fu master pursuing a secret vendetta infiltrates an international martial arts contest being held on (more…)
(Movie Clip) An Island Fortress, Really
In Hong Kong, Lee (Bruce Lee), sent on a mission of honor from his Shaolin school, is briefed by a British intelligence agent (Geoffrey Weeks), who s (more…)
(Movie Clip) Han's Prison
Having penetrated the underground prison where master criminal Han keeps kidnapped prostitutes etc. on his private island, star and uncredited co-dire (more…)
(Movie Clip) Oharra's Treachery
At the tournament sponsored by crooked Shaolin master Han (Shih Kien) on his private island, Lee (Bruce Lee), whom the organizers don t know is an ag (more…)
(Movie Clip) A Good Martial Artist
Opening scene said to have been directed by the star, Bruce Lee dominates a student (future Hong Kong martial arts star, producer and director Sammo H (more…)
Enter The Dragon - (Original Trailer)
Three agents (Bruce Lee, Jim Kelly, John Saxon) go after an international super-villain in the martial-arts spectacular Enter The Dragon (1973).
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01:39 — Trailer for Enter the Dragon. Enter the Dragon revolves around the three main characters. Lee, a man recruited by an agency to investigate a tournamen (more…)

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  • Released: 1973
  • Rating: R
  • Review: If you have a yen for spectacular chopsocky action, this is as good a flick to start with as any. The legendary Bruce Lee is showcased in his most lavish adventure--though, as this was made in Hong Kong after all, it still feels like a low-rent James Bond… (more)

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