A rare 35mm exhibition print of the Bruce Lee classic, Enter the Dragon, which was originally owned by Norman Borine.
Norman Borine is regarded by many as a legendary figure in the pantheon of Bruce Lee. He was both the creator and curator of the celebrated ‘World of Bruce Lee Museum’, a 15,000 square-foot exhibition space just off Hollywood and Vine in Los Angeles, which he dedicated to the display of hundreds of historic items from the life and work of The Little Dragon. Norman was also a revered Bruce Lee historian and author of the seminal book, King Dragon-The World of Bruce Lee, which was revised and updated for the 35th Anniversary of Bruce Lee's passing.
Originally obtained from Warner Brothers, this 35mm print was used for a series of special event screenings at the World of Bruce Lee Museum in Los Angeles – a number of which were attended by members of the Lee Family.
Enter the Dragon was the first Chinese martial arts film produced by a major Hollywood studio. For this landmark production, Warner Brothers worked in association with Bruce Lee’s Concord Production Company and Raymond Chow’s Golden Harvest to deliver a breathtaking motion picture experience that is adored and venerated by fans across the world. In 2004, it was selected for preservation in the U.S. National Film Registry on grounds of ‘cultural significance’.
This print is currently available for display purposes only.