Big Screen Classics


Director Robert Clouse
Year 1973
Starring Bruce Lee, John Saxon, Jim Kelly
Rating R
Run Time 98min
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17 and up; Children 5 and up will be allowed only with a parent or guardian. No children under the age of 5 will be allowed.

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ENTER THE DRAGON is the dominantly influential and classic Bruce Lee martial arts masterpiece that spawned a thousand and one sequels, requels, remakes, spoofs, homages, and straight-up "Bruceploitation" rip-offs.

Robert Clouse directs Lee in what would sadly be his last completed feature film role before his untimely and mysterious death in 1973. The result is a spectre of the cinema, a towering, wholly breathtaking persona who resonates onscreen with vibrancy and vitality, supported by co-stars John Saxon (Roper) and Jim Kelly (Williams).

Lee goes undercover by way of an invitation to a martial arts tournament on a secluded island, hosted by an unsavory, suspected crime boss. As Lee discovers an underbelly of corruption and prostitution, his cover is blown and two fellow tournament competitors (Roper and Williams) must fight not for sport, but instead for survival.

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