Bruce Lee: The Man, The Myth (, also known as Bruce Lee: The True Story) is a 1976 Hong Kong semi biographical martial arts film starring Ho Chung-tao and directed by Ng See-yuen. The film was released in the Hong Kong on 28 October 1976.
Runtime 1 hr 32 mins Release Date Oct 28th 1976
In his three part Bruceploitation essay for Impact Magazine, Dean Meadows writes:
"This was a bigger and better production, providing a larger budget, international locations and the name Ho Chung Tao on the opening credits. Upon its release, earlier, scandalous elements of the exploitational deluge had all but disappeared. Overlong scenes of the Little Dragon "in action" with Betty Ting Pei were absent from the production and the full contact fury that people had been waiting to see from a Bruce Lee bio-pic was finally realised. Every director can of course be afforded a little artistic license and whilst a number of fight scenes were completely fictionalised, Ng See Yuen had undoubtedly created a fitting tribute to the memory of the undisputed "King of Kung Fu". With first class choreography, Ho Chung Tao mirrored the Little Dragon in a number of standout fights."
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1970s biographical films, 1970s martial arts films, 1976 films, 1976 martial arts films, Bruceploitation films, Films set in Hong Kong, Hong Kong biographical films, Hong Kong films, Hong Kong martial arts films, Kung fu films, Mandarin-language films
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