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*video* Very rare cut from documentary "Way of the Warrior - Kung Fu, the Hard Way"-Bruce Lee by Dan Inosanto, from early eighties. Guro Dan talk about wing chun influence on Master Bruce Lee,s Jeet Kune Do and he explane energy and trapping.

*video* Very rare cut from documentary "Way of the Warrior - Kung Fu, the Hard Way"-Bruce Lee by Dan Inosanto, from early eighties. Guro Dan talk about wing chun influence on Master Bruce Lee,s Jeet Kune Do and he explane energy and trapping.

Shek Wing-Cheung Born:1st January 1913 Died: 3rd June 2009 better known by his stage name Shih Kien  was a Hong Kong-based Chinese actor. Shih is best known for playing antagonists and villains in several early Hong Kong martial arts films that dated back to the black-and-white period, and is most familiar to Western audiences for his portrayal of the primary villain, Han, in the 1973 martial arts film *Enter the Dragon* which starred Bruce Lee.

Shek Wing-Cheung Born:1st January 1913 Died: 3rd June 2009 better known by his stage name Shih Kien was a Hong Kong-based Chinese actor. Shih is best known for playing antagonists and villains in several early Hong Kong martial arts films that dated back to the black-and-white period, and is most familiar to Western audiences for his portrayal of the primary villain, Han, in the 1973 martial arts film *Enter the Dragon* which starred Bruce Lee.

Zatōichi kesshō-tabi / Fight, Zatoichi, Fight (1964) - Kenji Misumi

Fight, Zatoichi, Fight is a 1964 Japanese movie directed by Kenji Misumi. It’s the eighth installment of the long-running Zatoichi film franchise starring Shintaro Katsu.

The Twilight Samurai (2002) "Tasogare Seibei" (original title) - A 19th-century samurai tries to protect a battered wife.  Director: Yôji Yamada Writers: Shûhei Fujisawa (novels), Yôji Yamada (screenplay), 1 more credit » Stars: Hiroyuki Sanada, Rie Miyazawa, Nenji Kobayashi

Tasogare Seibei (2002)

The Twilight Samurai "Tasogare Seibei" (original title) - A samurai tries to protect a battered wife. Director: Yôji Yamada Writers: Shûhei Fujisawa (novels), Yôji Yamada (screenplay), 1 more credit

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