Bruce Lee (“18 inch”) Asylum Ultimate Series Collector’s Edition Vintage Collection “Rare-Vintage” (2001) 

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Bruce Lee (“18 inch”) Asylum Ultimate Series Collector’s Edition Vintage Collection “Rare-Vintage” (2001) 

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***Please View Photographs!*** Bruce Lee (“18 inch”) Asylum Ultimate Series Collector’s Edition!

**Please Note “Product Information”: This Action Figure Has a 18+ Years Age Factor and are no longer available from the Manufacture (“Discontinued”), Packaging “May Have” Slight Shelf Wear (Slightly Bent Cardboard Corners, Dents in Plastic Areas, Minor Scratches, Also Some Packaging Clarity Distortment “May Occur”, Due to aging Packaging Only etc). Figure (s) and all assessories inside packaging are perfect and come sealed in their “Original Factory Released Format Packaging”!!

Condition: Mint..

**Note: Click on Reviews and…READ THE COMPLETE BIOGRAPHY…

*Bruce Lee is the granddaddy of high-kicking, fist-fighting movie martial artists.
*He got his start in America as Kato, the sidekick in the jokey 1960’s TV series The Green Hornet.
*Later he went to Hong Kong and more or less founded the institution of kung fu movies…

Produced By: Art Asylum…
Year: 2001…
UPC: # 87203-75300
Item: #75300
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Weight 4.4 lbs

1 review for Bruce Lee (“18 inch”) Asylum Ultimate Series Collector’s Edition Vintage Collection “Rare-Vintage” (2001) 

  1. Paul Cunningham

    ________Biography of Bruce Lee________
    *Bruce Lee (Lee Hsiao Lung), was born in San Fransisco in November 1940 the son of a famous Chinese opera singer.
    *Bruce moved to Hong Kong when he soon became a child star in the growing Eastern film industry.
    *His first film was called The birth of Mankind, his last film which was uncompleted at the time of his death in 1973 was called Game of Death.
    *Bruce was a loner and was constantly getting himself into fights, with this in mind he looked towards Kung Fu as a way of disciplining himself.
    *The famous Yip Men taught Bruce his basic skills, but it was not long before he was mastering the master.
    *Yip Men was acknowledged to be one of the greatest authorities on the subject of Wing Chun a branch of the Chinese Martial Arts.
    *Bruce mastered this before progressing to his own style of Jeet Kune Do.

    *At the age of 19 Bruce left Hong Kong to study for a degree in philosophy at the University of Washington in America.
    *It was at this time that he took on a waiter’s job and also began to teach some of his skills to students who would pay.
    *Some of the Japanese schools in the Seattle area tried to force Bruce out, and there was many confrontations and duels fought for Bruce to remain.

    *He met his wife Linda at the University he was studying. His Martial Arts school flourished and he soon graduated.
    *He gained some small roles in Hollywood films – Marlowe- etc, and some major stars were begging to be students of the Little Dragon.
    *James Coburn, Steve McQueen and Lee Marvin to name but a few.
    *He regularly gave displays at exhibitions, and it was during one of these exhibitions that he was spotted by a producer and signed up to do The Green Hornet series.
    *The series was quite successful in the States – but was a huge hit in Hong Kong.
    *Bruce visited Hong Kong in 1968 and he was overwhelmed by the attention he received from the people he had left.

    *He once said on a radio program if the price was right he would do a movie for the Chinese audiences.
    *He returned to the States and completed some episodes of Longstreet. He began writing his book on Jeet Kune Do at roughly the same time.

    *Back in Hong Kong producers were desperate to sign Bruce for a Martial Arts film, and it was Raymond Chow the head of Golden Harvest who produced The Big Boss.
    ******The rest as they say is history.******

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