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Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave
Directed by Doo-Yong Lee
Produced by Chong Huang Kuok
Written by Chee Do Hong, Chong Huang
Starring Jun Chong (as Bruce K.L. Lea), Deborah Dutch (as Deborah Chaplin), Anthony Bronson
Music by Wong Kuel Yen
Editing by Lotus Leung
Release date(s) 1976
Running time 96 min.
Language English / Mandarin
Budget N/A

Bruce Lee Fights Back From The Grave is a 1976 Bruceploitation movie starring Bruce Lee impersonator and tae kwon do instructor Jun Chong (using the name Bruce K.L. Lea). The movie was directed by Doo-Yong Lee, though persistent rumour claims that the movie was directed by Italian horror director Umberto Lenzi. The poster for the film appears to have been made by directly lifting elements from the cover of the Meatloaf album, Bat Out of Hell.[1]

Plot overview

The opening sequence of the movie shows a Bruce Lee imitator leaping out from under a tombstone after the grave is struck by lightning. While the title and intro of the movie imply a story involving Bruce Lee returning from the afterlife in order to do battle, the bulk of the movie involves a plot having nothing to do with Bruce Lee.

Bruce K.L. Lea plays Wong Han, a Chinese man trying to discover the truth behind the death of one of his friends. He travels to America and allies himself with a woman named Susan (Deborah Dutch). Wong is harassed by a number of petty criminals and thugs in his attempt to find his friend. Eventually, he begins to suspect that his friend is still alive, and involved in a criminal racket.


  1. ^ Bat Out of Hell cover art

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