Raymond Chow stuck me as a typical Chinese movie producer, which is to say much of what he told me were lies. But here is the thing about liars. Some are pathological, like Trump, and some are strategic. My impression of Chow is he only lies when it was in his self-interest. So I tend to trust the things he said that he had no reason to lie about--for example, that Bruce performed scenes from Game of Death before getting dizzy and getting a headache. (A) It is the kind of thing Bruce would do and (B) Why would Raymond make it up? On the other hand, I didn't believe him (and I pointed this out in the book) when he told me that he went to Bruce's house to work on the screenplay for Game of Death. (A) Bruce didn't work on his scripts with Raymond and (B) This was the story Raymond told right after Lee's death to cover up the affair with Betty, so he has ever reason to stick to his original story.
If you have any questions about specific quotes, feel free to ask me. Writing about Lee's last day was the hardest part, because Linda, Raymond, and Betty's versions of it are a mix of truths and lies that have shifted over time. I did my best to sort them out, but it was not easy and I wouldn't be surprised if I made some mistakes.
Thank you for your quick response. I've read your book twice already and find it to be a new favorite alongside Thomas Hauser's Life and Times of Muhammed Ali.