Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story

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Release Date: May 7, 1993

Status: Released

Running time: 2h

Content Rating: PG-13

Budget: $14,000,000

Revenue: $63,513,743

Filming Locations: San Francisco, United States of America

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The film shows the life, love and spirit of Bruce Lee. Lee realized his dream of opening his own kung-fu school in America from a childhod of rigorous martial arts training. He was discovered by a Hollywood producer and went on to become one of the most charasmatic action heroes in cinema history.

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Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story is a 1993 American biographical drama film directed and co-written by Rob Cohen, and stars Jason Scott Lee, Lauren Holly, Nancy Kwan and Robert Wagner. The film follows the life of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee (Jason) from his relocation to the United States from Hong Kong to his career as a martial arts teacher, and then as a television and film actor. It also focuses on the relationship between Bruce and his wife Linda Lee Cadwell, and the racism to which Bruce was subjected.The primary source of the screenplay is Cadwell's 1975 biography Bruce Lee: The Man Only I Knew. Other sources include Robert Clouse's book Bruce Lee: The Biography and research by Cohen, including interviews with Cadwell and Bruce's son, Brandon Lee. Rather than a traditional biographical film, Cohen decided to include elements of mysticism and to dramatise fight scenes to give it the same tone as the films in which Bruce starred. Dragon was filmed primarily in Hong Kong, Los Angeles and San Francisco.Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story received generally positive reviews, with critics typically finding it entertaining despite criticisms of its veneration of Bruce. Jason was widely praised for his performance. The film was a commercial success and its revenue exceeded box office averages for biographical films, which was attributed to its romantic themes and its appeal to people outside the traditional kung fu film audience. A video game adaptation of the same name was released the following year. Dragon is dedicated to Brandon, who died several weeks before its release.


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