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Posts Tagged ‘Enter the Dragon’

Podcast On Fire 280: Steve Kerridge Interview

Phil G talks to Steve Kerridge who has over 40 years of experience in training and teaching in martial arts, is a Black belt and the founder of Essex Kickboxing Academy. He is also the highly regarded author of many publications on the legend that is Bruce Lee including Legends Of The Dragon and Mandarin Superstar. Steve talks of inspirations for the books and tells the tale of Bruce Lee making The Big Boss and how he picked up the trail of the featured Thai stuntmen in the film.

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Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & Enter The Dragon @ Summer Screen

Oh you lucky people in Somerset. On Friday 30th July at the Somerset House courtyard Film4 will be opening with Quintin Tarantino’s Kill Bill Volume One at and then followed up by the might Enter the Dragon. We’ve copied this note from the Film 4 Website;

Kill Bill: Vol. 1 & Enter The Dragon screen on Friday 30 July at Somerset House, the UK’s largest outdoor cinema. Somerset House is a spectacular neo-classical building in the heart of London, sitting between the Strand and the River Thames. Doors open 18.30, DJs from 19.30 and films start at 21.15. You are welcome to bring your own rugs, blankets and cushions to sit on (sorry no chairs, or portable furniture – inflatable or otherwise).

To purchase tickets to Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House, click here
To view the list of films screening at Film4 Summer Screen 2010, click here

[source; Film4]

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