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Fist of Fury: Limited Edition | 4K UHD & Blu-ray (Arrow Films)
Fist of Fury: Limited Edition | 4K UHD & Blu-ray (Arrow Films)

Fist of Fury: Limited Edition | 4K UHD & Blu-ray (Arrow Films)

Fist of Fury: Limited Edition | 4K UHD & Blu-ray (Arrow Films)

The special release of Fist of Fury: Limited Edition is available in 4K UHD and Blu-ray from Arrow Films.

Arrow Video is set to release Fist of Fury on November 13, 2023, in both 4K UHD and Blu-ray formats (sold separately). Please note that this title was previously included in Arrow’s Bruce Lee At Golden Harvest Collection.

Official details:

Bruce Lee’s second film for Golden Harvest, Fist of Fury, swiftly broke all the box office records set by his previous film The Big Boss, and launched one of the most iconic characters in Chinese action cinema in Chen Zhen, since played in other films by Jet Li and Donnie Yen.

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Chen (Lee) arrives back in Shanghai in 1910 after completing his studies abroad, only to discover changes within his family.

Chen’s martial arts mentor has passed away in a strange manner. He suspects that the rival Japanese dojo, known for their mistreatment of his classmates and disrespect towards Chinese culture, may be responsible. Chen seeks revenge and becomes a target as he takes on the Japanese alone in his quest for justice.

Fist of Fury is a high-energy action film that features some of Lee’s most memorable scenes, including the iconic moment when he declares that the Chinese are not weak. This movie marks Lee’s last project with director Lo Wei, who would later try to kickstart the career of stuntman Jackie Chan (who has a brief appearance in this film) in the sequel, New Fist of Fury.


  • This movie is presented in 4K resolution (2160p) on a UHD Blu-ray disc, with Dolby Vision technology (compatible with HDR10). The restoration was done by Arrow Films using the original negative.

  • An alternative way to view the “English Export Cut” is available, offering different opening and closing credits through a process called seamless branching. Additionally, there is an option for lossless mono audio.

  • Original restored Mandarin, English and Cantonese mono audio
  • English subtitles are available, as well as optional subtitles for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, on the English dubbed versions.

  • Two commentaries on the features, one from Jonathan Clements and one from Brandon Bentley.

  • The movie “Legend of the Dragon” is a detailed depiction of Bruce Lee’s life and professional journey, lasting for 82 minutes. It is created by Tony Rayns, a film critic and historian.

  • “Visions of Fury” is a special video that explores Bruce Lee’s partnership with Golden Harvest and Lo Wei. It includes interviews with co-producer Andre Morgan and notable martial arts professionals such as Michael Worth, Frank Djeng, John Kreng, Andy Cheng, and Bruce Willow.

  • Bentley’s video essay “New Fist Part Two Fist” examines the two rival sequels that were filmed simultaneously in 1976.

  • Nora Miao, Riki Hashimoto, Jun Katsumara, and Yuen Wah were interviewed together in the past and those interviews have been stored in an archive.

  • Alternate credits sequence
  • Gallery of trailers, featuring a reel for Chen Zhen.

  • Image gallery
  • A booklet for collectors with written commentary on the film by Walter Chaw.

  • Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Tony Stella

This heading will soon be accessible at The Goodie Emporium, an American digital store that currently has a large selection of Import Shaw Brothers, Golden Harvest, and martial arts DVDs and Blu-rays in stock. New titles are consistently being added.