Intercepting Fist: The Films of Bruce Lee and the Golden Age of Kung-Fu Cinema

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Glitter Books, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 127 pages
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"Bruce Lee, world-famous "king of kung-fu", remains a legend, one of the most adulated and enigmatic movie stars of all time. Intercepting Fist covers Lee's five major movies, and analyses them with in-depth, illustrated essays. Featuring Big Boss, Fist Of Fury, Way Of The Dragon, Enter The Dragon and Game Of Death, plus a foreword on Lee's life, legend and mysterious death, notes on Lee biopix and the exploitation film industry that arose after his death, and poster section." "Intercepting Fist also includes an illustrated history of Hong Kong Martial Arts movies, covering Shaw Brothers classics like Chinese Boxer, Five Fingers Of Death, and Master Of The Flying Guillotine, and stars and directors such as Jimmy Wang Yu, Chang Cheh and Gordon Liu, star of Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill". With poster section and select filmography. The book also includes on 8-page color section of kung-fu action."--BOOK JACKET.

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Jack Hunter is an experet on japanese culture and author of the Japanese film study "Eros In Hell." his other film books include "moonchild', on the films of Kenneth Anger.

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