Bruce Lee's Films

The Green Hornet

The Green Hornet is Britt Reid played by Vann Williams.
Britt Reid owner and publisher of the Daily Sentinel  is also the great grand nephew of the
Lone Ranger. Aided by Kato, played by Bruce Lee, The Green Hornet fought crime in his Black Beauty a rebuilt Chrysler Imperial with great gizmos like the Batman's Batmobile.

The Green Hornet

Bruce Lee appeared in four episodes as Li Tsung, an antique dealer who teaches Mike the art of Jeet Kune Do.

The Green Hornet

Released 1971 - Approx. 101 minutes
Starring: Bruce Lee, Maria Yi, James Tien , Nora Maio Ker Hsiu, Tony Liu and Han Ying Chieh
Directed by Lo Wei

Story: Before Bruce left China to Thailand, he promised his mom that he won't get in any fights and troubles.  Strangely, some workers from the ice factory where Bruce works, vaporized.  To find out what's going on, Bruce goes to see the boss; thus, realizing that the boss is involved in this event. Then, Bruce starts a fierce battle with the boss and the gangs.

The Green Hornet

Released 1972 - Approx. 107 minutes
Starring:  Bruce Lee, Nora Miao Ker Hsiu, C H wong, Y C Han, James Tien and Robert Baker
Directed by Lo Wei

Story:  Teacher Fok died in a sudden. Bruce Lee as Chan Chen,
came back to Shanghai for his teacher's funeral. During the funeral, some Japanese came and pissed off Bruce's group as "Sick men of Asia". That's why Bruce challenged the Japanese martial art school.  Later on, Bruce found out that his teacher was poisoned to death by a Japanese undercover from the Jap martial art school. Finally, Bruce took his revenge and killed all the god damn Japanese, as a result of devoting his life to preserve the JING WU SCHOOL.

The Green Hornet

Released 1973 - Approx. 88 minutes
Starring: Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris and Nora Miao Ker Hsiu
Directed by: Bruce Lee

Story:  Once again he plays the country boy who travels to a foreign land, in this case Italy, where his restaurant-owning cousins face trouble from the local syndicate. Their strong-arm tactics have driven customers away and now threaten the family, but Lee refuses to buckle under their pressure and takes them on in a series of impressive confrontations. The film ends with a memorable showdown with world-champion karate artist Chuck Norris in the Roman Colosseum (though much of it is staged in a rather cheap studio set), a brutal, almost inhuman battle that revels in the intense punishment  taken by the combatants.

The Green Hornet

Released 1973 - Approx. 99 minutes
Starring:  Bruce lee, Shih Kien, John Saxon, Ahna Capri, Bob Wall and  Bolo Yeung
Directed by Robert Clouse

Story:  Shaolin student Bruce was asked to cooperate with the FBI to investigate on a drug island controlled by  Shih Kein. Unfortuneately, Bruce was captured as he's doing his spying. One thing for sure, Bruce is mightier than Shih.  Finally, Bruce and Shih have a great fight at the end of the film and the FBI came to bust up the operation.

The Green Hornet

Unfinished 1973
Starring: Bruce Lee, Gig Young, Dan Inosanto and Kareem Abul Jabaar

Bruce Lee died after shooting only a few scenes of his ambitious Game of Death.

Released 1978 - Approx. 95 minutes
Starring:  Bruce Lee, Gig Young, Dan Inosanto, Kareem Abdul Jabaar and Dean Jagger,
Colleen Camp and Hugh O'Brian
Directed by Robert Clouse