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Bruce Lee The Master Collection - BD + bonus DVD [Blu-ray] £33.99 at Amazon (UK)

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When Hong Kong martial arts cinema star Bruce Lee died in 1973 at the age of 32, he was already a legend. While Lee only starred in a handful of pictures over the years, his big screen legacy still re…
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When Hong Kong martial arts cinema star Bruce Lee died in 1973 at the age of 32, he was already a legend. While Lee only starred in a handful of pictures over the years, his big screen legacy still reverberates loud and clear today For the first time "Bruce Lee The Master Collection," presents all of Lee pictures "The Big Boss" (1971), "Fist of Fury" (1972), "The Way of the Dragon" (1972). "Enter The Dragon" (1973), & "Game of Death" (1978) in brand new 4K scan and restoration from the original negatives.

Region: Region B/2
Number of discs: 6
Classification: 18
Studio: Mediumrare
Release Date: 28 November 2016
Run Time: 639 minutes

From Store.HMV.com:
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Actors John Saxon, Dean Jagger, Jackie Chan, Hugh O'Brian, Bruce Lee, Colleen Camp, Gig Young, Chuck Norris, Keye Luke, Jim Kelly, Ahna Capri, Sammo Hung, Yang Tse, Angela Mao, Mickey Caruso, Marlene Clark, Bolo Yeung, Geoffrey Weeks, Betty Chung, Allan Kent, Robert Baker, Malisa Longo, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Danny Inosanto, Nora Miao, James Tien, Maria Yi, Tien Feng, Mel Novak, Kim Tai Jong, Tony Liu, Ping-Ao Wei, Unicorn Chan, Chung-Hsin Huang, Jon T. Benn, Whang Ing-Sik, Miao Ker Hsiu, Han Ying Chieh, Li Hua Sxe, Malalene

Collection of five of Bruce Lee's most iconic martial arts films. In 'The Big Boss' (1971) Lee plays Cheng Chao-An, an immigrant worker who takes a job with his cousins in an ice factory and discovers all manner of suspicious goings-on. Cheng might have promised his mother not to fight again, but when he begins to investigate a series of disappearances - the latest of which has seen his own cousin go missing - he can't help but display his formidable martial arts skills. Taking on one opponent after another, Cheng will not stop until he has fought his way to the truth and the inevitable confrontation with the man known only as 'The Big Boss'. 'Fist of Fury' (1972) stars Lee as Chen Zhen, a martial arts student whose mentor dies in suspicious circumstances. Whilst he is mourning his old friend, members of a rival school arrive and taunt Chen and his friends, who do not react at first. Chen later humiliates his adversaries by beating every single one of them, but this causes bloody repercussions and begins to uncover the real reasons behind his master's death. In 'The Way of the Dragon' (1973) martial arts expert Tang Lung (Lee) arrives in Rome to protect a family friend's restaurant from a powerful Mafia man. A violent altercation between Tang and the mobster's heavies persuades the gang boss to call for reinforcements - an American martial arts assassin (Chuck Norris) who challenges Tang to a fight to the death within the walls of the Colosseum. In 'Enter the Dragon' (1973) Lee plays a secret agent sent to infiltrate a martial arts tournament presided over by a one-handed super-villain. His mission: to destroy the villain's opium-smuggling racket. Finally, Lee's last film before his death was 'Game of Death' (1978), in which he stars as a successful martial artist who refuses to join a crime syndicate and has a contract put on his head. The assassination attempt fails but his death is broadcast to the world to throw the criminals off his trail. Unfortunately, the hoods do not believe the stories and make him face a series of adversaries in one-to-one fights to save the life of his girlfriend (Colleen Camp).
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"The Big Boss" 96 minutes; Bonus Running Time: 107 minutes; Feature 2.35:1 1080p High Definition
Subtitles: English
DTS-HD Master (Blu-ray); English 5.1 + Mono / Mandarin 5.1 + Mono / Cantonese Mono

"Fist of Fury" 102 minutes; Bonus Running Time: 135 minutes; Feature 2.35:1 1080p High Definition
Subtitles: English
DTS-HD Master (Blu-ray); English 5.1 + Mono / Mandarin 5.1 + Mono / Cantonese Mono

"The Way of The Dragon" 95 minutes; Bonus Running Time: 194 minutes; Feature 2.35:1 1080p High Definition
Subtitles: English
DTS-HD Master (Blu-ray); English 5.1 / Cantonese 5.1 / Mandarin 5.1 / Original Mandarin Mono / English Mono (Japanese Theatrical) / Cantonese Mono

"Game of Death" 96 minutes; Bonus Running Time: 185 minutes; Feature 2.35:1 1080p High Definition
Subtitles: English
English 5.1 + Stereo + Mono

"Enter The Dragon" 192 minutes; Bonus Running Time: 88 minutes; Feature 16x9 2.4:1 1080p High Definition
Subtitles: English, Castilian Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, & Swedish
Dolby Digital English 5.1 / Mono: Castilian Spanish 1.0 / French 1.0 / German 1.0 / Italian 1.0

Note: "The Big Boss", "Fist of Fury", "The Way of The Dragon", & "Game of Death" all mastered in 4K
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(^ Confirmed from my order that arrived on 9 February 2017)
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1 Like #1
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[helper][HUKD Deal Editor] 1 Like #3

I was just commenting on that.

Interestingly Zoom have it listed as a 5 disc set, but it has the same release date and running time.
[helper]#4
BuzzDuraband
I was just commenting on that.
Interestingly Zoom have it listed as a 5 disc set, but it has the same release date and running time.

I bought it a couple of weeks ago for a little more and its the same.
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BuzzDuraband
I was just commenting on that.
Interestingly Zoom have it listed as a 5 disc set, but it has the same release date and running time.
Amazon's version is 5 Blu-ray Discs & 1 DVD.

So is Zoom's i bought it a few weeks ago
1 Like #6
BuzzDuraband
I was just commenting on that.
Interestingly Zoom have it listed as a 5 disc set, but it has the same release date and running time.
fanpages
Amazon's version is 5 Blu-ray Discs & 1 DVD.
oUkTuRkEyIII
So is Zoom's i bought it a few weeks ago

Thanks for sharing that a few weeks ago then.
[helper]#7
fanpages
BuzzDuraband
I was just commenting on that.
Interestingly Zoom have it listed as a 5 disc set, but it has the same release date and running time.
fanpages
Amazon's version is 5 Blu-ray Discs & 1 DVD.
oUkTuRkEyIII
So is Zoom's i bought it a few weeks ago
Thanks for sharing that a few weeks ago then.

I didn't think it was a deal, I bought it as a gift and it was the cheapest price.
1 Like #8
oUkTuRkEyIII
So is Zoom's i bought it a few weeks ago
fanpages
Thanks for sharing that a few weeks ago then.
oUkTuRkEyIII
I didn't think it was a deal, I bought it as a gift and it was the cheapest price.

That's a "deal" to me.

Others may have their own subjective views on "deal" criteria.
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fanpages
oUkTuRkEyIII
So is Zoom's i bought it a few weeks ago
fanpages
Thanks for sharing that a few weeks ago then.
oUkTuRkEyIII
I didn't think it was a deal, I bought it as a gift and it was the cheapest price.
That's a "deal" to me.
Others may have their own subjective views on "deal" criteria.

I agree as i said I bought it for someone at the time, I didn't mean this wasn't a deal i was just stating it is cheaper at Zoom.
1 Like #10
they all uncut, I.e. with the nunchaku scenes intact?
4 Likes #11
UmmUmm
they all uncut, I.e. with the nunchaku scenes intact?

Confirmed as the unedited versions on the slightly earlier Mediumrare releases (as single movies, rather than the combined collection):

[ http://cityonfire.com/bruce-lee-finally-goes-blu-ray-in-the-uk/ ]

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Also available from Amazon (UK)...

"The Big Boss" (Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD) £7.99
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/61icoEopOzL._SL1065_.jpg

"Fist Of Fury" (Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD) £7.99
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71zdKNRWO%2BL._SL1065_.jpg

"The Way Of The Dragon" (Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD) £7.99
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/715Xo1tV3RL._SL1065_.jpg

"Game Of Death" (Dual Format Blu-ray & DVD) £7.99
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/71ZQ4pBzR1L._SL1065_.jpg

Plus, from Xtra-Vision.co.uk...

"Enter The Dragon" (40th Anniversary Edition) Awaiting Stock: £2.99 + £2.00 postage
http://d3c8kntzevhldx.cloudfront.net/packshots/w199810_l.jpg

Edited By: fanpages on Feb 09, 2017 18:49: Added images/links to other products
#12
so he died in 1973 then starred in a movie in 1978.... weired!
#13
sam1970
so he died in 1973 then starred in a movie in 1978.... weired!
Bruce Lee was working on Game of Death and made the scenes you see in this version of GoD (totally different vision to what BL was going to make). When Warner Bros and Golden Harvest got together and were making Blood and Steel (Enter the Dragon) and as they say, the rest is history.
#14
Not jason statham

Cold







Check out bruce lee table tennis on youtube, its class
#15
UmmUmm
they all uncut, I.e. with the nunchaku scenes intact?

According to third review down on Amazon; yes

This is the best of the best Bruce Lee film collection, a good buy for all Bruce Lee fans, with lot's of extras, and all films in their entirety instead of missing scenes Game of death an example. Buy it! you won't regret it.
1 Like #16
TN567
...Check out bruce lee table tennis on youtube, its class

There are quite a few Star Wars-related YouTube-hosted videos doctored to feature Bruce too.
1 Like #17
Thanks
1 Like #18
malachi
Thanks

You are very welcome :)
#19
Says 4k scan.... Are they 4k BluRays?
1 Like #20
TN567
Not jason statham
Cold
Check out bruce lee table tennis on youtube, its class
That table tennis thing isn't BL. It's an old commercial for Nokia (if I remember correctly) made long after his death.
1 Like #21
TN567
...Check out bruce lee table tennis on youtube, its class
fanpages
There are quite a few Star Wars-related YouTube-hosted videos doctored to feature Bruce too.
Alexisonfire
That table tennis thing isn't BL. It's an old commercial for Nokia (if I remember correctly) made long after his death.

Yes, that's correct:

[ http://agency.asia/issue-02/126-inter%C2%ADviews/237-jwt-beijing.html ]
#22
Alexisonfire
TN567
Not jason statham
Cold
Check out bruce lee table tennis on youtube, its class
That table tennis thing isn't BL. It's an old commercial for Nokia (if I remember correctly) made long after his death.
Oh yeah mate I knew it werent really him, super imposed. Still looked cool though
#23
TN567

Check out bruce lee table tennis on youtube, its class

Mental:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SncapPrTusA
#24
Pointedpirate
Says 4k scan.... Are they 4k BluRays?

No. Transferred from a new 4K scan and restoration to 1080p Blu-Ray. Although this method should provide superior video quality if done well compared to previous releases on Blu-Ray.
#25
fanpages
Plus, from Xtra-Vision.co.uk...
"Enter The Dragon" (40th Anniversary Edition) Awaiting Stock: £2.99 + £2.00 postagehttp://d3c8kntzevhldx.cloudfront.net/packshots/w199810_l.jpg

Awaiting stock... (or unavailable in other words, been out of print for a while)
1 Like #26
fanpages
Plus, from Xtra-Vision.co.uk...
"Enter The Dragon" (40th Anniversary Edition) Awaiting Stock: £2.99 + £2.00 postagehttp://d3c8kntzevhldx.cloudfront.net/packshots/w199810_l.jpg
fuzzydunlop
Awaiting stock... (or unavailable in other words, been out of print for a while)

My pre-ordered release-day purchase is still sealed.

There will be another anniversary edition if you wait long enough :)
1 Like #27
Awesome!
2 Likes #28
benjammin316
Awesome!

http://www.gifbin.com/bin/1237811519_chuck-norris-approves.gif
#29
fanpages
fanpages
Plus, from Xtra-Vision.co.uk...
"Enter The Dragon" (40th Anniversary Edition) Awaiting Stock: £2.99 + £2.00 postagehttp://d3c8kntzevhldx.cloudfront.net/packshots/w199810_l.jpg
fuzzydunlop
Awaiting stock... (or unavailable in other words, been out of print for a while)
My pre-ordered release-day purchase is still sealed.
There will be another anniversary edition if you wait long enough :)

Already own it just though I'd warn others not to bother :)
1 Like #30
fuzzydunlop
Already own it just though I'd warn others not to bother :)

Not to bother buying it, or not to bother searching for it?

I presume the latter.
#31
fanpages
fuzzydunlop
Already own it just though I'd warn others not to bother :)
Not to bother buying it, or not to bother searching for it?
I presume the latter.

The latter
1 Like #32
fuzzydunlop
Already own it just though I'd warn others not to bother :)
fanpages
Not to bother buying it, or not to bother searching for it?

I presume the latter.
fuzzydunlop
The latter

Plenty available via eBay.co.uk.
#33
fanpages
fuzzydunlop
Already own it just though I'd warn others not to bother :)
fanpages
Not to bother buying it, or not to bother searching for it?
I presume the latter.
fuzzydunlop
The latter
Plenty available via eBay.co.uk.

I was referring to the link you gave to Xtra-vision. They may state they're awaiting stock but they won't be getting any.
1 Like #34
fuzzydunlop
I was referring to the link you gave to Xtra-vision. They may state they're awaiting stock but they won't be getting any.

I know you were.

There are still plenty available at eBay regardless.
#35
fanpages
fuzzydunlop
I was referring to the link you gave to Xtra-vision. They may state they're awaiting stock but they won't be getting any.
I know you were.
There are still plenty available at eBay regardless.

Unless you include the AU import I don't see many. Not for a reasonable price anyhow.
1 Like #36
fuzzydunlop
Unless you include the AU import I don't see many. Not for a reasonable price anyhow.

...and by "reasonable" you mean how much?
#37
fanpages
fuzzydunlop
Unless you include the AU import I don't see many. Not for a reasonable price anyhow.
...and by "reasonable" you mean how much?

Obviously I don't expect it to be as low as a fiver which Xtra-vision were selling for but seeing as it's no longer available in the UK they usually sell for over £15 which is a bit pricey imo. I wasn't disrespecting you mate just wanted to warn others that it's not available to buy (new) from major retailers (barring ebay)
1 Like #38
fuzzydunlop
Obviously I don't expect it to be as low as a fiver which Xtra-vision were selling for but seeing as it's no longer available in the UK they usually sell for over £15 which is a bit pricey imo. I wasn't disrespecting you mate just wanted to warn others that it's not available to buy (new) from major retailers (barring ebay)

I think it was £15.99 when listed originally at Amazon.co.uk, & I have seen it as low as "Buy 3 for £17.00", but it may have been lower during a Lightning Deal/Black Friday (or similar) event.

Given that it is now out-of-print, I don't think £15.00 is unreasonable, especially given the content on the disc.
2 Likes #39
fuzzydunlop
fanpages
Plus, from Xtra-Vision.co.uk...
"Enter The Dragon" (40th Anniversary Edition) Awaiting Stock: £2.99 + £2.00 postagehttp://d3c8kntzevhldx.cloudfront.net/packshots/w199810_l.jpg
Awaiting stock... (or unavailable in other words, been out of print for a while)
Just opened my BLTMC and it comes with this version of Enter the Dragon, well chuffed as it was one of the versions I never got

Edited By: DrAcula1 on Feb 12, 2017 13:04
#40
DrAcula1
fuzzydunlop
fanpages
Plus, from Xtra-Vision.co.uk...
"Enter The Dragon" (40th Anniversary Edition) Awaiting Stock: £2.99 + £2.00 postagehttp://d3c8kntzevhldx.cloudfront.net/packshots/w199810_l.jpg
Awaiting stock... (or unavailable in other words, been out of print for a while)
Just opened my BLTMC and it comes with this version of Enter the Dragon, well chuffed as it was one of the versions I never got

Good to know I'd read somewhere else that it included the 40th Edition but it was never clear from the packaging. Enjoy!

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