Enter the Dragon
Enter the Dragon (also known as The Deadly Three), originally titled Blood and Steel is a 1973 Warner Brothers martial arts film starring martial artist Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Jim Kelly. It is the last completed film Bruce Lee appeared in before his death. He died six days before the movie was first released.
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- A good fight should be like a small play, but played seriously. A good martial artist does not become tense, but ready. Not thinking, yet not dreaming. Ready for whatever may come. When the opponent expands, I contract. When he contracts, I expand. And when there is an opportunity, I do not hit. It hits all by itself. (to his teacher)
- What was that? An exhibition? We need emotional content. Now try again! (to his student Lahn)
- I said emotional content. Not anger! Now try again! With me! (to his student Lahn)
- Don't think, feel! It is like a finger pointing a way to the moon. Don't concentrate on the finger or you will miss all that heavenly glory. Do you understand? (to his student Lahn).
- Never take your eyes off your opponent, even when you bow. (to his student Lahn).
- My style? You can call it "the art of fighting without fighting". (to Parsons)
- You have offended my family, and you have offended the Shaolin Temple. (to Han before starting the fight)
- Boards... don't hit back. (to O'Hara before starting the fight)
- I admire your judgement. Nobody's more loyal than daddy's little girl. (to Han after being attacked by Han's female guards)
- When it comes, I won't even notice; I'll be too busy looking good. (to Han)
- Mr. Han, suddenly, I'd like to leave your island. (to Han)
- Bullshit, mister Han-Man! (to Han)
- Man, you've come right out of a comic book! (to Han)
- We are unique in that we create ourselves. Gentlemen, you have our gratitude! (speech at the party previous to tournament)
- Very few people can be totally ruthless. It isn't easy. It takes more strength than you might believe! (to Roper)
- There is a point that you will not go beyond. (to Roper)