Comments on: Game of Death (1978) Sat, 12 Nov 2016 23:17:22 +0000 hourly 1 By: JasinduArc Mon, 20 Oct 2014 18:01:09 +0000 Not working?

By: Super castlevania 1994 Tue, 15 Oct 2013 10:59:46 +0000 Than he fights a Kung fu lion!

By: tue nguyen Wed, 24 Apr 2013 04:42:24 +0000 In reply to bwall317.

I saw that when I was little on AMC which I saw the 2nd guy with the white clothes.

By: tue nguyen Wed, 24 Apr 2013 04:41:26 +0000 Here is the original plot to the film
The original plot involves Lee playing the role of Hai Tien, a retired champion martial artist who was confronted by the Korean underworld gangs. They tell him the story of a pagoda where guns are prohibited, and under heavy guard by highly skilled martial artists who are protecting something (which is not identified at all in any surviving material) held on its top level. The gang boss wants Hai to be a part of a group whose purpose is to retrieve said item. They would be the second group to try to do so as the first attempt with a previous group had failed. When Hai refuses, his younger sister and brother are kidnapped, forcing him to participate. Hai, as well as four other martial artists (two of which were played by James Tien and Chieh Yuan), then fight their way up a five-level pagoda, encountering a different challenge on each floor. The setting of the pagoda was at Beopjusa temple in Songnisan National Park in South Korea.
The pagoda, called Palsang-jon, is the only remaining wooden pagoda in South Korea. At the base of the pagoda they fight 10 people, all black belts in Karate. While inside the pagoda, they encounter a different opponent on each floor, each more challenging than the last. Although his allies try to help out, they are handily defeated, and Hai must face each of the martial artists in one-on-one combat. He defeats Filipino martial arts master Dan Inosanto, hapkido master Ji Han Jae, and finally Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, who fights with a free and fluid style mirroring Lee’s Jeet Kune Do. Because Abdul-Jabbar’s character has great size and strength in addition to a fighting style as potent as Lee’s, he can only be defeated once Hai recognizes that an unusually high sensitivity to light is his greatest weakness.[1]
Immediately after defeating the giant guardian, Hai turns around and descends the staircase, heading out of the pagoda. Despite all the talk of something awaiting up top of the (now unguarded) flight of stairs, there is no mention of anyone going up to retrieve it. No surviving material explains how this will affect Hai or his captive siblings.[2]
Filmed cast
Bruce Lee as “Hai Tien”
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as “5th Floor Guardian”
James Tien as “Hai Tien’s ally”
Chieh Yuan as “Hai Tien’s ally”
Dan Inosanto as “3rd Floor Guardian”
Han-Jae Ji as “4th Floor Guardian”
[edit]Unfilmed cast
Hwang In-Shik as “1st Floor Guardian”
Taky Kimura as “2nd Floor Guardian”
Nora Miao as “Hai Tien’s sister”
[edit]Intended cast
George Lazenby
Robert Wall
Robert Baker, student of Lee’s.[3][4]
Chuck Norris
Jackie Chan
Sammo Hung
Jim Kelly
Bolo Yeung
Lam Ching Ying
Lee Kwan
Kien Shih
Han Yin-chieh
Yuen Biao
Carter Wong

By: hammerhorrortexas Mon, 28 Jan 2013 23:21:02 +0000 The end of this video made me spit soda all over my floor from laughter.

By: bwall317 Sat, 07 Jul 2012 04:59:11 +0000 Actually there was a special on AMC that went at length to explain the real plot of Bruce Lee’s version of the Game of Death. It was a feature length Documentary Special dedicated to I guess the 20th Anniversary of Enter the Dragon. What I can remember is the Tower of Death was the center piece of the netire movie, Bruce Lee’s character and five others are moving up this tower fighting against the different arts of Kung Fu until they reach the top where Kareem Abdule Jabbar was the supreme fighter. I believe the starting plot was Lee’s character had a sister that kidnapped or poison and he enters this tournment or game of death to rescue her. I agree with the crappy version that was pushed on us and I would have loved to have seen Bruce’s vision of his movie rather than this shit storm we got settled with.

By: HorazStCruz Thu, 22 Mar 2012 01:58:38 +0000 Goalkeeper from Shaolin Soccer is the only one that pays the proper use to the yellow suit.
Man; That movie must be reviewed -and it’s much funnier in Mandarin, no dubs at all-

By: senna4ever Wed, 29 Feb 2012 21:20:18 +0000 In reply to senna4ever.

Forgot to say. James mentioned the game Kung Fu being similar to GoD.
Kung Fu was infact based on Bruce’s original idea for GoD…hence the similarity.

By: senna4ever Wed, 29 Feb 2012 21:19:01 +0000 Game Of Death was not Bruce Lee’s “last film”.
Enter The Dragon was his last film.
The footage featuring Bruce in GoD was filmed before EtD.
In fact GoD is not a Bruce Lee film at all, it’s just a film that features footage of Bruce Lee.

By: MarkReson Sun, 12 Feb 2012 15:18:50 +0000 Fondest memory of Game of Death;”You lose… Carl Miller!”