Brian Harrison

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A classic photo from 'Enter The Dragon' - "Outside!" Inspires me to this day! http://t.co/gMNrnU5w3M

Autographed Bruce Lee Memorabilia: Signed Photos & Other Items

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An excerpt from an interview my father gave. #brucelee #humility http://t.co/yJWjn4Hh92

Bruce Lee Brings Together Black and Asian-American Audiences

In the 1970s, Kung Fu movies took America by storm and Bruce Lee became a household name. Lee turned into an unexpected icon for African-American …

Brandon : The Brandon Lee Movie Project

The story of the 1993 accidental death of the actor Brandon Bruce Lee at age 28 while filming the underground comic book inspired film, <i>The Crow</i>, is now well-known. Haunted by his father's legacy and resistant to the constant comparisons in his professional life, Lee had finally come to terms with …

Peaceful, centered, but deep in thought #brucelee. This picture makes me feel good :) http://t.co/olkuVuIJgA

"If I tell you I am good, probably you will say I am boasting.But if I tell you I'm not good, you'll know I'm lying." http://t.co/2CeInTZLas

Bruce Lee, Boxed: Safety Goggles and Crash Helmets Required

The Big Boss, Fist of Fury, The Way of the Dragon, Game of Death<p>Director: Bruce Lee, Robert Clouse, Lo Wei <br>Cast: Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, James Tien, …

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Still kicking: the legacy of Bruce Lee

In death, two of Bruce Lee's greatest wishes were fulfilled: He wanted to be an international movie star and he wanted to bring martial arts movies to the West.<p><i>Enter the Dragon</i>, the kung fu movie that opened six days after Lee's sudden death of a brain edema in July, 1973, did exactly what the …