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Fists Of Fury (1972)
Starring: Robert Baker, Han Ying Chieh, Tien Feng, Miao Ker Hsiu, Bruce Lee, Tony Liu, James Tien, Maria Yi
Director: Lo Wei
Category: Action / Adventure, Martial Arts, Foreign
Studio: Goodtimes
210 mins



Fists Of Fury
After playing The Green Hornet's sidekick, Kato, and supporting roles in such films as Marlowe, the one and only Bruce Lee rocketed to international stardom with his first leading role in this martial arts masterpiece.Also known as The Big Boss, it begins as Chang (Lee) arrives in Hong Kong and promises his uncle he won't get into any fights, but unknown to Chang, his new boss at the ice factory is a ruthless dope smuggler.Four of his friends are brutally murdered to silence them, and Chang investigates their disappearance, but after the manager tries to distract him with a promotion and other temptations, he is accused of selling out.When he finally learns the truth, and the girl he loves is taken hostage, Chang vows revenge in this Kung Fu classic from Lo Wei, who directed Lee in The Chinese Connection and several of Jackie Chan's early films.

The Chinese Connection:
When he sets out to avenge the senseless murder of his beloved old instructor by tracking down the sadistic brutes who slew him, Bruce gets caught up in a violent web of international terror and intrigue.