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BRUCE LEE ON TV 1967

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Bruce Lee is recognized as one of the most influential martial artists of all time, and a pop culture icon of the 20th century. Among his accomplishments, he appeared in several TV shows in the 1960s.

Triple Feature!

IRONSIDE 1967
U.S. TV show. Oct-26-67. "Tagged For Murder." In this episode Bruce Lee plays Leon Soo, an instructor of a karate school. Ironside's assistant, Eve Whitfield, is sent to the school to inquire about a dog tag that belonged to Soo's late father, which holds to key to solving a murder. One hour TV show.

Plus these bonus selections...

HERE COME THE BRIDES 1969
U.S. TV show. Apr-9-69. "Marriage Chinese Style." In this episode Bruce Lee plays a Chinese immigrant named Lin. When Jeremy is in Tacoma picking up supplies, he saves a Chinese woman who is in town to meet her arranged spouse. Since Jeremy saves her, she says she now belongs to Jeremy instead of Bruce Lee. One hour TV show.

MARLOW 1969
U.S. film. Short segment. In 1969, Lee made a brief appearance in the film Marlow where he played a henchman hired to intimidate private detective Phillip Marlowe, by smashing up his office with leaping kicks and flashing punches, only to later accidentally jump off a tall building.


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