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Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits

Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits brings together the films that define the Lee legend. Celebrate this kung-fu dynamo that kicked his way into pop-culture immortality.

Upcoming Screenings

ENTER THE DRAGON

1973 / Hong Kong / Robert Clouse (Game of Death)

Wed, Nov 1010:00pm

The most popular martial arts epic in film history.

Previous Screenings

GAME OF DEATH

1978 / Hong Kong / Robert Clouse (Black Belt Jones)

Released five years after Bruce Lee’s death, this eccentrically entertaining kung-fu curio testifies to the actor’s enduring place in the pop-culture imagination.

THE WAY OF THE DRAGON

1972 / Hong Kong / Bruce Lee

Reaching new heights of virtuosity, Bruce Lee unleashes an astonishing display of nunchuck-swinging, fly-kicking mayhem in The Way of the Dragon.

FIST OF FURY

1972 / Hong Kong / Lo Wei (Dragon Fist)

Set in 1910s Shanghai, Fist of Fury casts Lee as a martial-arts student who, after his revered master is murdered by a rival dojo of Japanese imperialists, sets out to defend the honor of both his school and the Chinese people, with his fatal fists as his weapon of choice.

THE BIG BOSS

1971 / Hong Kong / Lo Wei (Slaughter in San Francisco)

Enter a legend. Bruce Lee’s return to the Hong Kong film industry proved to be his big breakthrough, launching him to superstardom and setting a new standard for kung-fu heroics.