The Legend Of Bruce Lee (2008) 50 Episodes
Danny Chan, Shannon Lee
Bruce Lee is considered as master of Chinese Kungfu. He, as the only Chinese, once ranked among Time’s list of 20 century’s heroes and idols. Bruce’s 32-year’s life was short but shining. Along with the popularity of his martial arts films, Chinese Kungfu becomes well known around the world.
Young Bruce Lee doesn’t like study but interests in martial arts. He debuts in his father’s film. In a street set-to, he is defeated and then makes up his mind to learn martial arts from master Yewen. After crazy practice, Lee wins Hong Kong’s boxing champion when seventeen. Afterwards high-headed Lee challenges others and irritates many people, finally involves sinister gang’s hunting. His father has to force him to rely on himself abroad. Lee, alone in San Francisco, sets about establishing a martial arts club.
American girl Linda walks into Lee’s life. Against her mother’s will, Linda leaves school to accompany Lee for the rest of his life. With the support of Linda, Lee’s martial arts club becomes popular, which also brings him a Japanese martial master’s defiance. Lee defeats the Japanese martial master, an American karate champion, in 60 seconds and gains big fame because of it.
At Long Beach Karate Competition, Lee makes an incredible performance, which is recorded by Hollywood hunter George. It starts Lee’s film career. By George’s recommendation, Lee steps into Hollywood. However, because of yellow complexion, Lee fails again and again. Endless wait puts him into blue mood. George encourages him to perform in films and makes him super star over night. The box office of his films is booming and continuously creates new high. Lee gains international fame. Film producers invite him to join in one after another. Many people who practice martial arts challenge him in the dream of defeating him and replacing him to be the First Person of Oriental Kungfu.