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Bruce Lee Treasures Bruce Lee was more than just an action star; he was an icon of speed, strength and charisma. This book charts Lee's story from his birth in San Francisco back to the Far East, and explains how he became the invincible martial artist feared and famous the world over. It also includes facsimiles of an Enter the Dragon film poster. Full description


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  • Relié: 96 pages
  • Editeur : Applause Theatre & Cinema Book Publishers; Édition : Har/Pstr (1 janvier 2013)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 1476886849
  • ISBN-13: 978-1476886848
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,4 x 2,7 x 29,2 cm
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par vorenus13 sur 12 juillet 2013
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tout simplement magnifique ! tres beau livre, original, des photos superbes.
pour tous les fans de ce grand monsieur !

a noter, la photo du dos du livre montre 2 statuettes et des lunettes, elles n'y sont pas, ca doit etre promotionnel ( enfin j'espere )
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par jack2 sur 21 avril 2013
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Un livre exceptionnel pour tous les admirateurs du Petit Dragon !!! avec des photos rares et en bonus à l'intérieur des copies de posters de ses films, (édition chinoise) mais aussi des copies de documents personnels, comme le bloc notes, cartes de club JKD, facture, etc...
Un livre FABULEUX !!! A NE PAS LOUPER :)
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19 internautes sur 19 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Exceeded my expectations. Truly a treasure 1 mars 2013
Par Dr.Manhattan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I buy tons of things off of Amazon, and I NEVER review items (unless an item was complete trash) but this book deserves a review, and a 5 star review at that. I've been a Bruce Lee fan for about 10 years so not too long. I was born 15 years after his death but I read up on him and watched his movies and interviews and he truly motivated me and inspired me to push myself in anything I apply myself to. There are a few Bruce Lee books out there but most of them are bland so to say. This book however, is the book I've been waiting for, for 10 years. Although it's only 96 pages long, this book chronicles his life from a child movie star, to his time spent filming Enter the Dragon and Green Hornet, all the way to his untimely death. Each page is filled with huge, high def photographs, and some of them I've never even seen before. But the real treat of this book are the little "treasures" hidden in the book. There are TONS of personal items of Bruce that are authentically replicated. Inside you'll find a couple of his movie posters. You'll find a letter that Boxer Jack Dempsey had written to Bruce. You'll also find a Jeet Kune Do student card. My personal favorite is the replication of his notebook which had his own notes and drawings in it. I had a huge smile on my face while I was flipping through this book because it is what I've been waiting for since I first read up on Bruce Lee. Paul Bowman did an excellent job putting this book together but it's because of Bruce's daughter, Shannon Lee, that this book saw the light of day. The concept behind this book is beyond amazing. For what you're paying on Amazon this book is considered a steal. Do yourself a favor and purchase this book ASAP.
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A Beautiful Disaster 10 avril 2013
Par Garvinstomp - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is a beautiful book that has some absolutely appalling flaws.

As a fan of Bruce's for almost 30 years I've absorbed many of his writings, films, interviews, and other bits of esoterica, and have amassed a nice collection of memorabilia. I've practiced martial arts for over 30 years and would absolutely call Bruce Lee a truly pivotal figure in my life. His story is as inspirational as they come and his legacy is without question. It's fair to say that I will buy just about anything related to Bruce and this book seemed like a no-brainer (I even ordered early from the Lee website in order to get the version autographed by Bruce's daughter Shannon). Let's focus on the positives first.

The book is designed to be a coffee table book, not an authoritative, in-depth piece of biography. It is more a survey of Bruce's life, and as a survey it does an adequate job of making the journey from birth to death to legend. If you are looking for something more in-depth there are far better books to choose from. The collections of Bruce's writings that John Little helped assemble are your best bets. While they may not give you hard biographical facts, the writings will give you more insight into the man than anything written by a third party. While it's fun to know where Bruce was born and how he met his wife, understanding his philosophy on living and on fighting, and on how to view the world and the challenges it presents us each and every day is truly where the value in learning about Bruce can be found.

The book really shines in its presentation. The layout is consistent and flows nicely from one section to the next. The pictures are incredibly crisp. The restoration done on some of the images is pristine. The stills from Bruce's childhood films are crystal clear. And there were numerous images I had not seen before. Those were genuine treats.

The collectibles were also very high quality. The materials are all produced on quality paper stock and look absolutely fantastic. Holding some of these pieces almost gives you a true sense of connection to the man himself. If the book had simply been pictures, collectibles, and Shannon's intro, it's a five star effort and we're done.

Unfortunately, the book has some major flaws. First, the cover is sad. This is a man who lived an incredibly dynamic life and left a legacy that is stronger now than it was 40 years ago, and the best they could do was a black and white, poorly photoshopped cover with a red splotch? It's basically the same cover from the "I Am Bruce Lee" documentary that ran on Spike last year. While I understand that this particular image is the one used to represent Bruce's company, the logo is already on the cover, creating a weird mirror image thing. And the red behind him makes little sense. It's not a Chinese character or anything of note. It's just a red splotch over an uninspired background. The cover is a major component of a coffee table book, and this one is boring and a poor reflection on its subject matter.

It gets worse once you start reading the book. The passages are riddled with poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors. There are parts where it reads like Shaw Brothers subtitles. Some of the errors are in the section headings, the big block words meant to stick out at you. Notice the section on Bruce's exercise "regime", when I'm certain "regimen" is what they were going for. Sentence fragments crash into run-on sentences that make understanding a particular point far more difficult than it should be. There are basic factual errors that anyone writing about this subject should know and any editor worth their pay should have caught (referring to the UFC as the Ultimate Fighting Competitions as opposed their actual name, Ultimate Fighting Championships, which they've been called since their inception 20 years ago is just one example). Some captions are incomplete (they name Bruce while ignoring others in the pictures with him) while other images simply have no captions, whatsoever, which is curious considering that any person who went through a Bruce phase at age 15 and studied the man could recognize everyone in 90% of the images without even breaking a sweat. Some captions describe images that simply aren't there and often times the captions are very poor in explaining which picture they're referring to (which can usually be gleaned by the context, but it's a simple thing to do). I expect more from someone getting paid to get the facts right.

I really cannot stress how poor the writing is. The whole thing reads like a sixth grade book report on Bruce Lee. Take a look at the book's very first sentence: "Bruce Lee's mother and father, Lee Hoi-Chuen and Grace Ho, did at times. . ." It says "mother and father" and then names them in reverse order, father and then mother. The accompanying caption on the same page also names them in reverse order. Or how about this whopper of a paragraph: "Moreover, Bruce Lee's cinematic Jeet Kune Do utterly transformed first Hollywood fight choreography and thereafter world cinema choreography. This is no mean feat." My high school Honors English teacher freshmen year would have booted me down to the remedial class had I turned this phrase on a paper. It's like no one took the time to actually read this thing (including my fellow reviewers) before they sent it to the printer, which is incredibly disappointing.

At just over 80 pages the book has less content than most monthly magazines. Fact checking and copy editing should have been a cinch. When asking this much money for a book it's absolutely shameful to have such sloppy/lazy mistakes.

That brings us to the question, is the book worth a purchase? Absolutely not at the retail price. The Amazon price is solid, and if you've got Prime, even better. For Bruce Lee fans this is a nice-looking piece with some new photos and some fun reproductions. You won't learn anything new about the man and won't gain any insight into his super powers. But it will (despite the cover) do just fine on display and is nice to flip through as long as you don't read it too closely. Recommended only for the super fans.
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A biographical scrapbook for both longtime & new fans of Bruce Lee! 22 février 2013
Par Denise R. - Publié sur Amazon.com
This review is from the point of view of someone who's kind of new to Bruce Lee. That's not to say I haven't heard of him, it's just that I don't know a whole lot about him. I've seen a couple of his movies, and liked them. And, I grew up in Seattle where he also lived, and there was always buzz about him.

So when I was offered a copy of this book for possible review, I indulged my curiosity and accepted. I quickly found that this isn't the sort of book you just read - it's one you also experience.

As you open the cover, you get the first surprise - a large pouch, attached to the inside cover, printed with photos of Lee, into which is tucked a full-size Chinese-language poster of his film, The Big Boss. There's also a reproduction of one of his hand-drawn bookmarks - which of course could come in very handy if you don't read the book in one session).

There are 19 chapters, each dealing with a different topic or period in Lee's life. Some examples (there are more too): Origins & Family; Early Years; Hong Kong Movies; Wing Chun & Yip Man; Fitness Training Regime & Diet; Jun Fan Gung Fu; On Screen in America; The Philosophy of Bruce Lee.

Some chapters are devoted to individual films: The Big Boss; Fist of Fury; Way of the Dragon; Enter the Dragon.

There's a real treasury of photos here. There are ones of Bruce's family and childhood, of him training in classes in Seattle, early Hollywood appearances, training for films, movie stills. There's a full-page photo of Lee's hand-annotated copy of The Tao of Jeet Kune Do. Some photos span two full pages.

The book is printed on heavy, glossy paper. It is high quality throughout, lavishly and thoughtfully assembled in honor of the man and his work.

Included is a film lobby card for The Big Boss, a Karate tournament poster, letters to and from Lee, a poster for Enter the Dragon, a sticker sheet, other posters and film memorabilia. I won't tell you every piece that's included here, so as not to ruin the joy of discovery for you, which is part of the fun of this book.

The way the book is laid out - a combination of text, photos of Lee, photos of ephemera (magazine & newspaper clippings for example), and the included posters, letters, postcards, film memorabilia and other goodies, it draws you into its world and gives you a picture of Lee from multiple sides.

This is well-written and thoughtfully put together by Bruce Lee expert Paul Bowman. This is his third book about Lee, and it shows in his knowledgeable writing and care for his subject. Lee's daughter Shannon contributed the foreword.

My only criticism of the book is not for the content - which is stellar - but for the presentation of text. For my middle-aged glasses-wearing eyes, the light-weight, smallish black text on grey background was a little hard to read, as was the even smaller font used for the photo captions. If you're young or have sharp eyes, you'll be fine.

If you know a lot about Bruce Lee, this book will provide you with a good read, a plethora of great pictures, and some fun extra goodies. But it's good for the uninitiated, too. As kind of a newbie, I found it very illuminating and enjoyable. I learned a lot about Bruce Lee from this book and it's inspired me to check out more of his films and learn more.
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This Book Is Simply AWESOME!!! 1 février 2013
Par Lamar Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I have been collecting Bruce Lee books, merchandise and memorabilia for over thirty years. I am a certified Full Senior Instructor of Bruce Lee's martial arts of Jun Fan Gung Fu and Jeet Kune Do. This is by far one of the nicest books that I have ever seen on Bruce Lee, his life, martial arts and movie career! The removable extras that are spread throughout the book in unique holders make it just that much more special! I usually order at least two of anything having to do with Bruce Lee, but due to the price of this item I hesitated before going ahead and ordering two of them. After opening the box and seeing what was inside, I was not only glad that I had ordered two of them, I will probably order at least two more! The book is full of rare photos and informative text. Someone had posted on a martial arts forum that this sounded more like something for kids, but I will tell you right now ... NO, it is NOT for kids! After looking it over, rather than thinking it was too expensive, I found myself wondering how they offered all that for the low price of $45.00! Two words for any serious Bruce Lee fan or Jeet Kune Do practitioner ... BUY IT!!! You will not be disappointed!
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Fantastic Book 12 février 2013
Par Richard Torres - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A few years ago I lent Shannon Lee (Bruce Lee's daughter), a book on Elvis Presley which contained personal letters, tickets, pictures, etc. of the great singer. I asked her to please consider doing a similar book on her father Bruce Lee. I am so glad she took my request seriously and had this book created. It will not disappoint you. As an Instructor in Jeet Kune Do and a collector of Bruce Lee memorabilia for over 30 years, I was amazed with this book. It will satisfy both Martial Artist and Fan of the late great Bruce Lee. If you purchase this book, you will not be disappointed. In fact, you may find yourself purchasing two copies, as I did. The "Treasures Of Bruce Lee Book" is a book that I will highly treasure in my library. It is that good!!!
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