"Bruce Lee: Enter the Dragon", Original Re-Release Japanese Movie Poster 1995, Very Rare B1 Size
"Bruce Lee: Enter the Dragon", Original Re-Release Japanese Movie Poster 1995, Very Rare B1 Size
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"Bruce Lee: Enter the Dragon", Original Re-Release Japanese Movie Poster 1995, Very Rare B1 Size

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This is an original, rolled, Japanese B1 movie poster from 1995 for the re-release Bruce Lee: Enter the Dragon.

The dimensions of B1 posters are slightly larger than 100 x 70.7 centimeters.

This poster is in mint condition and has never been folded. It is very rare.

Enter the Dragon is a 1973 martial arts action film directed by Robert Clouse. The film stars Bruce Lee, John Saxon and Jim Kelly. It would be Lee's final completed film appearance before his death on 20 July 1973 at age 32. An American and Hong Kong co-production, it premiered in Los Angeles on 19 August 1973, one month after Lee's death. The film went on to gross an estimated US$350 million worldwide (equivalent to more than $1 billion adjusted for inflation), against a budget of $850,000. Having earned over 400 times its budget, it is one of the most profitable films of all time, as well as being the most profitable martial arts film.

Enter the Dragon is widely regarded as one of the greatest martial arts films of all time.[4] In 2004, it was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".[5][6][7] Among the first films to combine martial arts action with spy film elements and the emerging blaxploitation genre, its success led to a series of similar productions combining the martial arts and blaxploitation genres.[8] Its themes have also generated scholarly debate about how they reflect the changes taking place within post-colonial Asian societies following the end of World War II.[9] Enter the Dragon is also considered one of the most influential action films of all time, with its success contributing to mainstream worldwide interest in the martial arts as well as inspiring numerous fictional works, including action films, television shows, fighting games, comic books, manga and anime. (Source: Wikipedia)

This extremely rare and highly sought after poster, printed in 1995 it is not a reproduction or a reprint.

As with all of our posters a Certificate of Authenticity is included.