The three opponents seen in Bruce Lee’s unfinished movie Game of Death are key players in Lee’s philosophy of fighting that he sought to convey through the film. As Bruce Lee was rising to greater levels of stardom in his career in Hong Kong movies, he began making Game of Death as a passion project, intending the film as a vehicle for his martial arts philosophy. Lee put Game of Death on hold when he landed the lead role in Enter the Dragon, but his tragic passing in 1973 left the movie incomplete, though it was eventually finished and released posthumously in 1978.

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Author: Brad Curran