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Fists of Fury Bruce Lee Original Vintage Movie Poster One Sheet


Antique Vintage Movie Posters Bruce Lee Memorabilia Collectibles Pictures For Sale
"Fists of Fury", 1972
Original Vintage Movie Poster One Sheet (27x41")
Starring Bruce Lee


Awesome original vintage movie poster for this 1972 Bruce Lee martial arts classic .  Only his second film.  Terrific artwork of Lee.  Very good condition with expected fold wear and a couple tears at bottom border that extend in the title area.  But image area remains Nice!

Great piece of martial arts Hollywood and Bruce Lee history!

* See enlargeable images above and below


Fists of Fury (National General, 1972). One Sheet (27" X 41").
Starring Bruce Lee, Maria Yi, James Tien, Yin-Chieh Han, Malalene, Tony Liu, Kun Li, San Chin, and Chia Ching Tu. Directed by Wei Lo and Jiaxiang Wu. An unrestored poster with bright color and a clean overall appearance. It may have general signs of use, such as light edge wear, slight fold separation and fold wear, mild creases, or very minor tears. 

Fist of Fury is a 1972 Hong Kong action martial arts film written and directed by Lo Wei, produced by Raymond Chow, and starring Bruce Lee in his second major role after The Big Boss (1971). Lee, who was also the film's action choreographer, plays Chen Zhen, a student of Huo Yuanjia, who fights to defend the honor of the Chinese in the face of foreign aggression, and to bring to justice those responsible for his master's death.

The film was produced by the Orange Sky Golden Harvest film production company, still in its infancy at the time, and it was Lee's second kung fu film. The film touched on sensitive issues surrounding Japanese colonialism, and featured fairly realistic fight choreography for its time. It differs from other films in the genre for its historical and social references, especially to Japanese imperialism.

The film grossed an estimated US$100 million worldwide (equivalent to over $600 million adjusted for inflation), against a budget of $100,000. It was the highest-grossing Hong Kong film up until Lee's The Way of the Dragon

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