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Question for LJF regarding Enter The Dragon

August 7 2017 at 6:31 PM
Tony  (Login ELVIS73)


Just wandering what your views are on the following.
Considering Bruce, by early 73, was pretty much for realism in
his films, especially since he finished with Lo Wei in 72, why do
you think he allowed the scene in Enter, where during his first night
searching in Han's grounds, he jumps backwards into the tree?
I always felt that it spoilt the films quality, and it reminded me of
a Lo Wei scene out of Big Boss, which as I understand, Bruce didn't want put in,
such as flying high up in the air.
I can't understand why Bruce would allow Weintraub,Chow and the rest of the films team,
to allow the scene to be filmed, especially as by that time, he hated anything gimmicky.
Many thanks for all your continuing great contributions LJF.

Best Wishes!

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