Saturday marks 40 years since the death of Enter the Dragon film star Bruce Lee.
Only 32, the martial arts star died in Hong Kong of a cerebral edema caused by an apparent allergic reaction to Equagesic, a painkiller. According to the coroner's report, Lee died "by misadventure."
Lee had suffered from seizures, including one just a month before his death, but popular urban legends persist Lee was murdered by triads, a curse on his family and/or the delayed reaction from Dim Mak strike (The Touch Of Death).
Bruce Lee died in Hong Kong in 1973
She said: “It’s amazing how many people he touched, inspired to go after things.”
Referring to the documentary I Am Bruce Lee, which she and mother Linda contributed to, she added: “He feels so present through the film, talking, working, laughing. And while the rest of us get old, there he is – frozen in time.”
In a second tragedy for the family, Lee’s son Brandon was killed in an accident during the filming of The Crow in 1993.
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Enter the Dragon made Lee a film superstar