Unseen fight footage from Bruce Lee’s Game Of Death to be included in new boxset

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Unseen Bruce Lee fight footage from his final film Game Of Death is to be released in a new boxset of his films by Arrow Video.

Previously unseen fight footage from Bruce Lee’s final film, Game Of Death, is to be included in a new 4K Ultra HD box set of his films by Arrow Video, it’s been confirmed.

Bruce Lee died on 20 July 1973 before he could complete shooting on Game Of Death, which eventually emerged in 1978, incorporating some of the original footage in a largely reshot and rewritten version.

The log fight scene, so called because of the large piece of wood that one of actors wields at the start of the fight, is part of the approximately 100 minutes of footage Lee shot in 1972, before production was halted to enable Lee to make Enter The Dragon.

The scene features Chieh Yuan, as one of Lee’s allies, fighting Dan Inosanto, who plays a master of Filipino martial art eskrima.

The boxset also includes the extended Mandarin edition of Lee’s debut film The Big Boss, as well as Fist Of Fury, Lee’s directorial debut Way Of The Dragon, Enter The Dragon and various versions of Game Of Death, along with hours of bonus features.

You can find our more details and order a copy here

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