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Game of Death

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4K Ultra HD

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Release Date: 13/11/2023

Edition: 4K Ultra HD (Restored - Limited Edition)
Genre: Action & Adventure
Sub-Genre: Action & Adventure
Region Code: Region A,B,C
Certificate: 18
Label: Arrow Video
Actors: Chuck Norris, Colleen Camp, Dean Jagger, Mel Novak, Gig Young, Bruce Lee, Kim Tai Jong, Danny Inosanto, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Hugh O'Brian
Director: Robert Clouse
Number of Discs: 2
Audio Languages: Mandarin, Cantonese, English
Subtitle Languages: Hard of Hearing English, English

Five years after the release of Enter the Dragon and the death of its star Bruce Lee, director Robert Clouse was recruited by Golden Harvest to complete Lee's last, unfinished masterwork, only a third of which was filmed before he died: Game of Death. The result is an exciting rollercoaster ride that blends Lee's martial arts mastery with Clouse's eye for nail-biting suspense. Billy Lo (Lee) is a kung fu superstar in the Hong Kong film industry whose happy life with his girlfriend Ann (Colleen Camp) is being intruded upon by a threatening group of American gangsters led by Dr Land (Dean Jagger) and henchman Steiner (Hugh O'Brian), intent on bringing Billy under their control. When Billy refuses, their lethal response sets about a chain of events where a disguised Billy turns the tables on the syndicate, fighting his way through the city for his and Ann's freedom. With fantastic fight choreography by Sammo Hung, the leading inheritor to Lee's throne at that time, and a much-beloved music score by John Barry, Game of Death was an international smash hit that helped to keep Lee's star burning bright long after he was gone.

Special Features: Behind the Scenes, Booklet, Bonus Footage, Commentary: 'Game of Death': Brandon Bentley and Mike Leeder; 'Game of Death II': Frank Djeng and Michael Worth, Deleted Scenes, Documentaries: Locations featurette; Pre-production sales featurette (1976), Image Gallery, Interviews: Colleen Camp (actor); Dan Inosanto (actor); Bob Wall (actor); Roy Horan (actor), Reversible sleeve; 'Game of Death II' (1981) plus Hong Kong theatrical cut 'Tower of Death' and Korean and US versions; 'Game of Death': International cut and Japanese cut included; Alternate endings; Fight scene dailies directed by Sammo Hung, Trailers