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Game of Death


Bruce Lee, Yuen Biao, Dan Inosanto, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar View All


Robert Clouse (Director), Robert Clouse (Writer) View All

Release: Mar. 23rd, 1978
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
A martial arts movie star must fake his death to find the people who are trying to kill him.
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What are your opinions on Game Of Death (1978). Is it a worthy film or pure studio exploitation? The the original pagoda scene shot by Bruce is stunning but with the film being incomplete when...

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By trying to blend footage of Lee with new footage featuring doubles, Game of Death is constantly breaking one's suspension of disbelief to the point where I wish I was watching a film that simply used doubles and no actual footage of Lee.
The positive, however, is that most of the footage that Lee filmed before his death was for the climax of the original movie.
Their methods of bringing Lee back on screen range from amusing (giving Lee doubles Kim Tai-jong and Yuen Biao beards and big sunglasses or hiding their face in the shadows) to outright laughable (a picture of Lees face pasted on a mirror over the reflection of the real actors face) to completel....