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Game of Death (23-Mar-1978)

Director: Robert Clouse

Writer: Jan Spears

Music Composed and Conducted by: John Barry

Producer: Raymond Chow

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Martial Arts

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Yuen Biao
Actor
26-Jul-1957   Once Upon a Time in China
Colleen Camp
Actor
7-Jun-1953   Police Academy 2
Sammo Hung
Actor
7-Jan-1952   Once Upon a Time in China and America
Dean Jagger
Actor
7-Nov-1903 5-Feb-1991 Twelve O'Clock High
Hugh O'Brian
Actor
19-Apr-1925   The Life and Legend of Wyatt Earp
Gig Young
Actor
4-Nov-1913 19-Oct-1978 They Shoot Horses, Don't They?

CAST

Bruce Lee   ...   Billy Lo
co-starring
Gig Young   ...   Jim Marshall
Dean Jagger   ...   Dr. Land
Colleen Camp   ...   Ann Morris
and
Hugh O'Brian   ...   Steiner
featuring
Mel Novak   ...   Stick
Roy Chiao   ...   Henry Lo
Bob Wall   ...   Carl Miller
Danny Inosanto   ...   Pasqual
Chuck Norris   ...   Fighter
special guest star
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar   ...   Hakim
Billy McGill   ...   John
Sammo Hung   ...   Lo Chen
Tony Leung   ...   David
Jim James   ...   Surgeon
Russell Cawthorne   ...   Doctor
David Hu   ...   Chinese Businessman #1
Peter Gee   ...   Chinese Businessman #2
Don Barry   ...   Boat Captain
Jess Hardie   ...   Record Producer
Eddie Lye   ...   Director
Peter Nelson   ...   Assistant Director
Kim Tai Jong   ...   Billy Lo

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