By the way, that cock-eyed guy who's outfit switches from yellow to white, and then back again, and so on, was a very highly skilled martial artist who starred in other films.
Also, there is a guy in the background just before Lee faces Han during the courtyard's big battle, who looks like he has some decent martial arts skills.
And there is another one with good martial skills in the courtyard battle's background who also went on to do well in films. I forget his name. He plays that bad guy in Mao's "Hapkido" whom Sammo Hung first beats the tar out of in that restaurant scene.
Never mind the astoundingly very poor use made of the best martial artist ever to appear in any of Bruce's martial films - Hwang In-shik.
Guys like him were fantastic in their own right.
Yet Lee repeatedly chooses much more inferior martial arts actors for sidekicks and or villains.
Huge mistake on Bruce's part.
His films could only have been that much better in their action sequences.
Shih Kien - give me a break.
Though choosing him as Han tells me that Lee had had no intention of turning his back on his Hong Kong audience upon his planned return to the U.S., Kien, was nevertheless a very poor choice as a villain, martial arts skills wise.
I wish I could remember that little cock-eyed guy's name - his movies had some really great fight scenes.
He would have made a perfect Han.
Exactly what he went on to do, play bad guys with great martial skills - against other, highly skilled martial actors of that time.
Oh well, c'est la vie dans les films, lol