Dear Bruce Lee
Black Belt Communications, 1996 - Sports & Recreation - 96 pages
Shows how Bruce Lee's life, his art, and his untimely death affected and influenced his worldwide legion of fans. This book helps in learning about his art, jeet kune do, through his personal replies to letters he received in 1967.
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He Listens and Answers
He Teaches and Explains
Hes Worshipped and Excoriated
He Still Lives
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