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Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (7-May-1993)

Director: Rob Cohen

Writers: Rob Cohen; Edward Khmara; John Raffo

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Drama, Biography, Martial Arts

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Rob Cohen
Film Director
12-Mar-1949   The Fast and the Furious
Michael Cudlitz
Actor
29-Dec-1964   John Cooper on Southland
Lauren Holly
Actor
28-Oct-1963   Pavement
Clyde Kusatsu
Actor
13-Sep-1948   Dr. Fushida on Island Son
Nancy Kwan
Actor
19-May-1939   The World of Suzie Wong
Michael Learned
Actor
9-Apr-1939   The Waltons
Jason Scott Lee
Actor
19-Nov-1966   The Jungle Book
Shannon Lee
Actor
19-Apr-1969   Daughter of Bruce Lee
Robert Wagner
Actor
10-Feb-1930   Jonathan Hart on Hart to Hart
Van Williams
Actor
27-Feb-1934   The Green Hornet

REVIEWS

Review by Debbie (posted on 4-Jun-2007)

I've seen plenty of movies in my time.....not everything, but plenty. On occasion a little tidbit slips past, and I have to say that 'Dragon-The Story of Bruce Lee' is one such phenomenal tidbit. From the opening of the movie when he was a little boy, and the character played by the little boy, you knew there was going to be world shaking. I remember the Bruce Lee era, (I lived through it). I must say that this is one of the finer pictures made on Bruce Lee, and I'm sure he would be proud to see it if he were alive and with us today. Jason Scott Lee, you are a phoenomenal performer/and sexy too. I'm glad I finally had the opportunity to view the picture.


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