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Enter the Dragon R

Their deadly mission: to crack the forbidden island of Han!
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DVD Features:

  • Rated: R
  • Closed captioning available
  • Run Time: 1 hours, 42 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: February 8, 2011
  • Originally Released: 1973
  • Label: Warner Home Video
  • Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
  • Note: Making-of featurette Blood and Steel: making of Enter the Dragon
    • Personal profile Bruce Lee: In His Own Words
    • Vintage featurette cc
    • location: Hong Kong with Enter the Dragon
    • Interview gallery featuring Linda Lee Cadwell
    • Commentary by producer Paul Heller
    • Backyard Workout with Bruce: vintage home movies
  • Dual Layer
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
    • Subtitles - English, French, Spanish

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Memorable Quotes and Dialog:

"Why doesn't somebody just go in there with a .45 and - 'bang' - settle it" - Lee

Entertainment Reviews:

Certified Fresh94%

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Total Count: 48

Upright92%

AUDIENCE SCORE
User Ratings: 105,182
A whoop-and-holler entertainment, which is to say that it's a lavish, corny action movie, not boring for a second and as outrageously wry as it is visually appealing. Full Review
Hollywood Reporter
Aug 17, 2018
5 stars out of 5 -- As a cinematic legacy, ENTER THE DRAGON's canny mix of thrilling kung fu, exotic James Bond espionage and grindhouse exploitation is hard to beat...
Total Film
Aug 1, 2013
Enter the Dragon is the first classy Kung Fu movie specially designed for Western audiences, and that's not to be confused with first-class. Full Review
Village Voice
Jan 18, 2013
Ripping entertainment overall, with just enough meat for amateur sociologists. Full Review
Chicago Reader
Mar 1, 2007
If kung fu is now the standard badass language, ENTER THE DRAGON -- featuring Lee's great slow-burn stare -- is the first grammar lesson.
Rolling Stone
Jun 10, 2004
...One of the finest kung-fu films ever made, thanks to Lee... -- Rating: A
Entertainment Weekly
May 29, 1998
Rating: 3/4 -- If kung fu is now the standard badass language, Enter the Dragon -- featuring Lee's great slow-burn stare -- is the first grammar lesson.
Rolling Stone
Aug 14, 2007

Product Description:

Bruce Lee was immortalized in his films as a martial arts master and first-class entertainer. ENTER THE DRAGON was the first martial arts film that American audiences had witnessed, and was actually produced in both Hong Kong and Hollywood. Interestingly, ENTER THE DRAGON also set the stage for non-traditional, culturally specific narratives to make their way into Hollywood.

Bruce Lee plays a kung fu master recruited by a foreign government to infiltrate the island of a megalomaniac martial artist named Han. Han's bodyguard is also found to have killed Lee's sister, giving Lee a personal vendetta to fight for. The Hall of Mirrors sequence towards the end of the film is now famous, as are Lee's incredibly gymnastic martial arts abilities. This trend-setting film holds up as an entertaining, engaging action movie, more than 30 years later.

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Production Notes:

  • Theatrical release: August 15, 1973
  • After making several Hong-Kong-produced martial arts films, Lee had become a huge star in Asia. "Enter the Dragon", though filmed in Hong Kong, was Lee's first movie financed by Hollywood money, and it was the film that made him an international star. Unfortunately, he had no time to enjoy the acclaim. He died the same year at the age of 32 under circumstances that remain mysterious. "Return of the Dragon," completed in 1973, was released after his death. "Game of Death," the film Lee was working on at the time of his death, was pieced together using outtakes and released in 1978.

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