It's been confirmed that outdoor footage exists, because stuntmen there on the days they were filming said Bruce had his own camera filming plus a Golden Harvest camera or 2. Plus some Bruce collectors have said they saw parts of it shown to them by people that they wont disclose. There is the scenes/photos of Bruce in a full Italian suit with shirt, an there is the shoot where he is in Jeans and bare chested. These are 2 different shoots. Some people claim that Bruce said the scenes where he is wearing shirt and suit were for additional scenes for Enter the Dragon that never got used. Others say he was just doing promotional shots for Enter the dragon or Game of death. Some Bruce Lee biographers like George Tan say that the footage with Bruce with nunchakus was just test footage for Game of Death, rehearsing for the scene where they walk up to the Pagoda an have to fight Karate men. Either way, the footage exists, but will the fans without connections ever get to see this? I doubt it Raymond Chow has it all in the Golden Harvest vaults and is not interested in selling old footage of a star that died 30 years ago. I have heard that Dan Inosanto owns a reel from game of death which probably has the missing log scene and some outdoor footage on it. I do hope that all these clips do see the light of day so us fans can see them.On the subject matter of footage, my personal theory concerning the making of Game Of Death has always been that Bruce Lee had shot the planned fight scene with Whang Inn Sik for this film (i.e. the one where Bruce & Co. enter the first floor of the pagoda after taking out Bolo & his karatekas). The MANDARIN version of the documentary "Bruce Lee: The Man & the Legend" has the missing log scene footage of Chieh Yuan vs Dan Inosanto from "Game of death" as well as many Chinese interviews of Bruce Lee. However this version seems to have disappeared.....
Appears on these pages
"Listen to the bloody scream of heroes.. it's the echoes of the evermore battle..