Robert Clouse

Enter the Dragon

Enter the Dragon

At the height of his stardom in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee was called to Hollywood to make the film that, perhaps more than any other, defines his legacy. His electrifying fighting style and the deeply personal philosophy that guided it received their fullest expression yet in this thrilling tale of a Shaolin fighter who goes undercover to infiltrate an island presided over by a renegade monk turned diabolical criminal mastermind. Released just days after Lee’s tragic death, Enter the Dragon went on to become his greatest international success and one of the most influential action movies ever made, with its famed hall-of-mirrors finale bringing together the physical and intellectual dimensions of his artistry in one dazzling set piece.

Film Info

  • Hong Kong, United States
  • 1973
  • 99 minutes
  • Color
  • 2.35:1
  • English

Available In

Collector's Set

Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits

Bruce Lee: His Greatest Hits

Blu-ray Box Set

7 Discs


Enter the Dragon
Bruce Lee
John Saxon
Jim Kelly
Ahna Capri
Shih Kien
Robert Wall
Angela Mao
Su Lin
Bolo Yeung
Robert Clouse
Produced by
Paul Heller
Produced by
Fred Weintraub
In association with
Raymond Chow
Written by
Michael Allin
Cinematography by
Gilbert Hubbs
Music by
Lalo Schifrin
Film edited by
Kurt Hirschler
Film edited by
George Watters
Fighting sequences staged by
Bruce Lee


Water and Vessel: The Kung-Fu Movies of Bruce Lee
Water and Vessel: The Kung-Fu Movies of Bruce Lee

With his grace, power, and purpose, the martial artist turned himself into a global pop-culture icon, showing audiences what it takes to advance through the everyday labor of life.

By Jeff Chang