The clip green hornet from Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (1993) with Robert Wagner, Sterling Macer Jr.
hey, mr. lee!
bill krieger's the name. you looked pretty great out there today.
no, he didn't. he was too slow. he took too long.
you looked pretty fast to me.
you think you can do some of that stuff in front of a camera?
I'm a tv producer and-
right, and I'm marvin gaye.
I'm casting my new series. It's called the green hornet...
and I think we could use you.
so, d'you hear I bought a house on the beach?
right in malibu. I'm tellin' ya...
I got 120 yards of sand as my front yard.
th-that's too tight. I can sell the stunt. you don't have to cut off the circulation.
cal, run him through the scene.
as soon as you get your cue light, you come through that door.
then you work your way down this catwalk here.
be real careful as you negotiate this corner.
I want you to get down these steps as fast as you can.
not too fast.
I don't want you to tumble. I don't want to lose you on the first show.
when you get to this landing...
do you think you could take these five steps all at once?
first positions, everybody!
hey, can you tell it's me?
I just talked to the network. they love the dailies. they love 'em.
don't they always?
yeah. listen, there's, uh-
there's one small problem.
lemme call you back.
yeah, what is it?
uh, it's this guy lee.
you know, he's awfully... oriental.
he's supposed to be oriental.
he's playing an oriental.
I know, I know. what?
kato is oriental.
I know, I know.
uh, can you just make sure he keeps the mask on?
roll sound! roll camera!
and mark it!
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Bruce (Jason Scott Lee) demolishes Johnny Sun (John Cheung) in under 60 seconds, getting his revenge while proving his new style of Jeet Kune Do.
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Cast: John Cheung, Jason Scott Lee, Sterling Macer Jr., Lauren Holly
Director: Rob Cohen
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Producer: John Badham, Kelly Breidenbach, Raffaella De Laurentiis, Hester Hargett, Rick Nathanson
Screenwriter: Robert Clouse, Rob Cohen, Linda Lee Cadwell, Edward Khmara, John Raffo
Film Description: The brief but eventful life of actor and martial arts trailblazer Bruce Lee is portrayed in this drama, based on a biography written by his widow Linda Lee Caldwell. Lee is introduced to the study of martial arts as a child living in Hong Kong by his father (Ric Young); the father dreamed that a demonic armored dragon would take his son from him, and wanted young Bruce to be able to protect himself. Bruce continues his training as he grows to adulthood, and after the cocky teenaged Lee (Jason Scott Lee, no relation to Bruce) seriously injures a prominent British citizen while fighting a gang of troublemakers at a dance, he's sent to San Francisco. While working as a dishwasher, Bruce begins to study philosophy, and in time develops a personal martial arts discipline, Jeet Kune-Do, which blends Kung Fu fighting techniques with lessons gained from his philosophical research. Bruce decides to open a martial arts academy on the advice of his fiancée Linda (Lauren Holly); Linda and Bruce encounter resistance as a mixed-race couple, especially from Linda's mother Vivian (Michael Learned), and Bruce earns the enmity of traditional Chinese martial arts experts for his new style. But after a strong showing in several public tournaments, Bruce's fighting skill and charisma attracts the attention of TV producer Bill Krieger (Robert Wagner). Bruce is cast as Kato, the karate-trained sidekick on the series The Green Hornet, and while the show is short-lived in America, it's a huge success in Asia, leading to a series of films based around Bruce's remarkable fighting skills. Sadly, shortly before the release of the film that would make him a major screen star in the United States, Enter The Dragon, a mysterious brain disorder sends Lee into a coma that soon kills him. In a tragedy with eerie timing, Bruce Lee's real-life son Brandon Lee died shortly before this film was released, the result of an accidental shooting while completing the picture The Crow.
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