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Re: Evidences "The Warrior" was later called "Kung Fu"

April 8 2017 at 10:10 AM
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Response to No Evidences "The Warrior" was later called "Kung Fu"

 

You sure emptied your cup? ;)

First of all, we never say it's hard to believe that Ed Spielman and Howard Friedlander came up with the idea. We agreed with that before discussing the topic. It's the pre-title not the final script that we care about.

1) Ed Spielman should have taken legal actions after watching this video even if Warners didn' t care.

2) No evidence is shown that the working title is already confirmed even it has began prodction for Kung Fu. For instance, blood and steel was the original title for ETD but ETD was only confirmed as the working title few months after it was completed. Are blood and Steel and ETD different movies, of course not. Bruce was working on blood and steel which was renamed ETD after its completion.

You said Bruce was talking with Pierre Berton and we shouldn't automatically assume 'Kung Fu' is what Bruce really meant by 'The Warrior'? Again, there's no evidence to prove the assumption is wrong.

You said, "Its possible that Bruce contributed ideas to Kung Fu, just as it's also possible Bruce came up with a similar (but separate) concept on his own. These possibilities are not mutually exclusive."

I'm glad you said that.

 
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  • Re: Evidences "The Warrior" was later called "Kung Fu" - JKD54 on Apr 8, 2017, 7:11 PM
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