The action master Jackie Chan fondly remembers the time he spent on the film Enter The Dragon while working as a stuntman along with the superstar Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee and Jackie Chan are known for their impeccable martial art skills.
Interestingly, the two stars did not feature together in many films. One film where Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee got to work together was the 1973 film, Enter The Dragon. Martial arts kind Jackie Chan candidly shares a memory while working with Bruce Lee. Jackie Chan says that he was hurt by the stick used by Bruce Lee but, the superstar continued to shoot till the director said cut at the end.
Chan often reminisces about his respect for Lee, his prowess at kung fu, and how he was thrilled when Lee talked to him on set. Chan began his film career as a stuntman and worked on two of Bruce Lee’s films. “He influenced me a lot,” Chan said in an interview in 1997. “I admired him, and the way he would talk
Bruce Lee returned to the spotlight this past summer thanks to his cameo portrayal by Mike Moh in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Now, in a recent Instagram post, Jackie Chan remembers being on the set with the Hong Kong-America, martial-arts icon during the making of “Enter the Dragon.” That film made Lee a star the world over, and was one of Chan’s earliest appearances — as “Thug in a prison