Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview

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This is an absolutely wonderful lost interview with none other than the master himself, Sifu Bruce Lee. This interview was conducted live from Hong Kong by for the Pierre Berton show, which interestingly, was filmed in a different international location each week. Here Bruce talks about everything from his Martial Arts philosophy to his Hollywood friends including Steve McQueen and James Coburn. This is a really great lost Bruce Lee interview from the later part of Bruce’s career. This is absolutely great stuff: Bruce is very candid and humble. It’s easy to see why he is still revered and loved today, more than 30 years after his death. Please Enjoy! Thomas DiSanto


3 Responses to “Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview”

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  2. jerell perkins Says:

    I think BRUCE LEE was the best not because of his fighting skills, but for the things he thought about , he was a very deep person and i wish i could have met him..When i was little my uncle and his teacher MASTER SHAHEED taught me a little of KUNG FU.. MASTER SHAHEED met BRUCE LEE at a airport i don’t know which one, but i wish i could of met him then..before BRUCE LEE had passed away my mother was going to send me to his school, but it never happen because of his death..that really hurt. I was 7 at the time and I’m 42 now and I still feel the same that I did back the about him, right now i study on my own, never been to a school, but i keep practicing….well that’s all I have to say for now..”GOD-BLESS”

  3. imau Says:

    Wow, thanks for this Bruce Lee video. I love to hear him speak. Even in an interview he sounds like a wise man.