1-Giving Bruce Lee a badly dubbed voice is a crime.
2-When you are being bullied by baddies just call upon some guy you know from half way around the world.
3-Rome is a dangerous city to eat out in because fights are always happening in restaurants.
4-Everyone thinks you are a goon until you beat the snot out of some lackeys then everyone will love you.
5-Make sure to whittle some wood darts and then use them disarm villains from twenty feet away.
6-Don’t pick up nunchuks if you are clueless, you will only end up hitting yourself in the head.
7-When all your goons get pounded simply call over to America to get their best martial arts to come over and help you.
8- European and Japanese Karate champs are no match for Bruce Lee, then again the European champ was played by an Amercian and the Japanese champ was played by a Korean fighter.
9-Pulling out Chuck Norris’ chest hair doesn’t hurt him as much as it would a normal person.
10-Bruce Lee again Chuck Norris and that’s all that really matters.
Bruce Lee wrote, directed and starred in this film so it was very much his project. All of that shows through. The budget wasn’t large and that shows too, but the dedication to the fight scenes and Lee against Norris make this a must see. The English language version has some horrible dubbing, but the action and overall feel of the film win out. I get the impression that Lee liked Sergio Leone’s style of filmmaking because here he goes in for that kind of slow build-up to quick bursts of action. I actually hadn’t watched this one in some time and was glad to see that it still held up.