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July 10th, 2018, 5:15 pm #31

Matthew Polly, where did you find the orphan 1960?
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July 11th, 2018, 8:35 am #32

A few questions to Mr Polly.

1) Did you interview Bruce Lee historians David Tadman and Steve Kerridge for your book?
2) Wich Bruce Lee documentary do you like the most and come's close to Bruce's real story?
3) Are there other Bruce Lee books from you in progress?
4) Was there someone that you did not interview for your book that you regret like George Lazenby?
5) Have you any Martial Arts experience?
6) Why has the book from Davis Miller never been published "the last day of Bruce Lee"?

THANKS!!
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July 11th, 2018, 4:52 pm #33

[quote="leon00"]
A few questions to Mr Polly.

5) Have you any Martial Arts experience?

THANKS!!
[/quote]Well, to answer #5

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July 11th, 2018, 7:36 pm #34



after reading numerous articles and watching numerous vids over the decades ....
yeah WALL & LEWiS are / were SCHiTZO for sure
but i think a lot of their criticisms of BL ultimately are valid to a large degree
i think they got caught between jealousy & flattery
knowing Bruces shortcomings yet wanting to identify w bruce @ the same time
for their own egoTESTical gratification
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July 11th, 2018, 9:37 pm #35

Matthew,
1) Many sources incorrectly state only 500 copies of Bruce's 1963 book Chinese Gung Fu were printed. In his book Greglon Lee stated 1,500 copies were printed. What is your source for the "1,000" copies stated in your book?
2) You state Bruce was eventually embarrassed by the books simplicity and asked the publisher James Lee to cease production. This seems questionable since James was still selling the book in the back of Popular Science as late as November 1967, nearly 5 years later.  Thoughts?

Thanks for a great biography,
Steve Palmer

Www.bruceleewashere.com
Www.bruceleechinesegungfubook.com
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July 12th, 2018, 6:55 am #36

It's probably a very small part, but what are your thoughts about actor Mike Moh being cast as Bruce Lee in Tarantino's 1969 Hollywood movie starring Pitt & DiCaprio?
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July 12th, 2018, 10:43 am #37

A few questions for Mr Polly again :)

1) Did you see or have you read Bruce Lee's daytime diaries 1967-1973 and do you know when they finnaly gonna published it for the fans?

2) Have you seen GOD scripts, notes, drawings of Bruce, again when get the fans see that stuff?

3) Have you seen notes, drawings, etc of Bruce's other movies like BB, FOF etc.?

4) Do you know if there is comming out a Silent Flute book in the future, there is a script a story etc.
Steve Kerridge mension once he has a lot of material for that...

THANKS!!! 
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July 13th, 2018, 12:12 am #38

[quote="PhantomDreamer"]
It's probably a very small part, but what are your thoughts about actor Mike Moh being cast as Bruce Lee in Tarantino's 1969 Hollywood movie starring Pitt & DiCaprio?
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Mike Moh, according to imdb was not born until 1983. Is that a typo?

Ohh, you mean "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7131622/
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July 15th, 2018, 9:32 am #39

MR Polly  did you read or see Bruce's unfinished scripts like : Silent Flute, Green Bamboo Warrior, Eastern Fist Northren Leg etc.
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July 16th, 2018, 10:57 pm #40

MATTHEW: What led to your decision to leave out the 4th member of the point fighters who Bruce Lee trained on a consistent basis? Louis Delgado was the last point fighter to defeat Chuck Norris, he is present in a good portion of Lee's backyard videos, and he told Black Belt Magazine that sparring with Bruce was a humbling experience. In 1974, Delgado told Fighting Stars Magazine that Lee was the toughest fighter he ever faced. This comes from a man who competed against Joe Lewis and Chuck Norris in point tournaments.

 
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