How Bruce Lee Changed the World – Martial Arts Documentary
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by Lak Loi
1M ago
Published by Association of Jeet Kune Do by Bruce Lee How Bruce Lee Changed the World explores the amazing multitude of ways that Bruce Lee – the first international Asian superstar has influenced pop culture. Calling Lee the biggest movie star in history is a bit of a stretch (though every shot of this hypnotically charismatic performer argues that he might have been, had he not died abruptly before the release of his fourth and most successful movie, Enter the Dragon). A wealth of interviewees, ranging from filmmakers like Jackie Chan (who was a stunt man on Lee’s movies in h ..read more
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RARE – Bruce Lee Documentary: The Greatest
JKD London Blog
by Lak Loi
2M ago
Published by Greg Probert The Greatest – another RARE Bruce Lee documentary including amazing interviews with: Linda Lee, Bruce Lee’s widow Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee’s daughter Taky Kimura, Bruce Lee’s Senior Jeet Kune Do Instructor Richard Bustillo, Bruce Lee’s martial art student and Golden Glove Boxer John Little, Authority on Bruce Lee and published author Bob Wall, Karate Champion and actor in Bruce Lee’s Enter the Dragon Fred Weintraub, Film and TV Producer Joe Lewis, World Kickboxing Champion and Bruce Lee’s martial art student Van Williams, actor and Bruce Lee’s private martial art stude ..read more
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RARE – Old Bruce Lee Documentary – Tale of the Dragon
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by Lak Loi
2M ago
Published by Pendeka Sutan Click here if the video link above does not work https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ItYkIhupd5E A RARE old Bruce Lee documentary, including interviews with Bruce Lee’s widow, Linda Lee Cadwell, and Bruce Lee’s Senior Jeet Kune Do instructor, Taky Kimura, and much much more. A MUST WATCH for all Bruce Lee fans. Enjoy, Sifu Lak Loi <p>The post RARE – Old Bruce Lee Documentary – Tale of the Dragon first appeared on JKD London | Bruce Lee | Jeet Kune Do.</p> ..read more
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RARE – Lost Footage of Bruce Lee’s Game of Death Pagoda Fight Scene
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by Lak Loi
3M ago
Published by Viking Power Bruce Lee put his personal ‘piece de resistance’, Game of Death, on hold to film Enter the Dragon. Two weeks before Enter the Dragon was released, Bruce Lee shockingly passed away on 16th July 1973. Bruce did not get a chance to finish his movie Game of Death due to his untimely passing, and Robert Clouse was tasked by Golden Harvest with the job to put together all 12 minutes and 18 seconds of Bruce Lee’s fight scenes into a comprehensible movie script, considering the actual script was only in Bruce’s mind. The first version of Game of Death was released in 1978, i ..read more
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RARE – Interview With Bruce Lee On a Bicycle in 1966 with Harry Martin
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by Lak Loi
3M ago
Published by Bruce Lee Mania A very RARE short interview with an up and coming Bruce Lee on a bicycle with Harry Martin. Bruce talks about the essence of his martial art Jeet Kune Do, differences with other martial arts, and how he got discovered for the role of Kato. Enjoy, Sifu Lak Loi <p>The post RARE – Interview With Bruce Lee On a Bicycle in 1966 with Harry Martin first appeared on JKD London | Bruce Lee | Jeet Kune Do.</p> ..read more
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JKD Kickboxing – Full Training Video
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by Lak Loi
4M ago
Published by Mike Blesch One of the most famous JKD books ever written now has a DVD companion! Jeet Kune Do Kickboxing by Chris Kent & Tim Tackett was originally published in 1986. This video is based on the expanded edition of the JKD Kickboxing book published in 2008. 0:00 Intro 4:20 Basic Boxing 8:35 Basic Kicking 13:34 Elbows 14:59 Knees 16:42 Punching Mechanics 19:15 Indirect Attacks 22:19 Defensive Tools 30:31 Attack by Drawing 33:18 Interactive Glove Drills 41:02 Cuban Boxing Drill 43:12 Addendum 51:21 Credits Have fun training, Sifu Lak Loi <p>The post JKD Kickboxing – Full ..read more
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Dan Inosanto Interview About Bruce Lee
JKD London Blog
by Lak Loi
4M ago
Published by BruceLeeWayOfTruth Checkout this amazing interview with Dan Inosanto, one of Bruce Lee’s closest friends, confidantes, and Bruce’s LA Chinatown School JKD Instructor. Dan reveals insights into Bruce Lee as a person, martial artist, his teacher, his process of Jeet Kune Do, his training methods and ethos, martial arts principles and philosophy, actor and insights into his movies including Game of Death and Enter the Dragon, his birthday surprise for Dan, his one-inch punch, and his fondest memories of Bruce Lee. A MUST WATCH for any Bruce Lee and Dan Inosanto fan! Enjoy, Sifu Lak ..read more
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RARE: Bruce Lee Phone Interview with Alex Ben Block in 1972
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by Lak Loi
5M ago
Checkout this rare interview between Alex Ben Block and Bruce Lee, 2 years prior to Alex writing the first ever biography on Bruce Lee called “The Legend of Bruce Lee” in 1974 (see previous post). Enjoy, Sifu Lak #jkdlondon #jeetkunedo #brucelee #martialarts #selfmastery #thisistheway <p>The post RARE: Bruce Lee Phone Interview with Alex Ben Block in 1972 first appeared on JKD London | Bruce Lee | Jeet Kune Do.</p> ..read more
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Author of the First Bruce Lee Biography, “The Legend of Bruce Lee”, a Best Seller Released in 1974.
JKD London Blog
by Lak Loi
5M ago
Published by Bruce Lives On, Written by Alex Ben Block 1. How did you first hear of Bruce Lee? He wasn’t a household name in America at the time you interviewed him, how aware of him were you before you began researching your initial magazine article on him? Was he well known in Hollywood at that time?  I first heard of Bruce Lee around 1972 when I was doing research for a magazine article for a now defunct rock and roll magazine. At the time I lived in New York City. Bruce had done Big Boss and Chinese Connection and they were big hits in Asia, but not yet in the U.S. He was not well kn ..read more
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Bruce Lee – Rare Footage of “Here Comes the Bride”
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by Lak Loi
6M ago
Bruce Lee starred in many TV shows and movies from an early age as a child actor, though most of his TV shows before his big-screen fame are lesser known. This 1969 American TV show called “Here Comes the Bride” is a rare gem. Enjoy, Sifu Lak #jkdlondon #jeetkunedo #brucelee #martialarts #selfmastery #thisistheway <p>The post Bruce Lee – Rare Footage of “Here Comes the Bride” first appeared on JKD London | Bruce Lee | Jeet Kune Do.</p> ..read more
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