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Limited Edition of Game of Death available on 4K UHD & Blu-ray from Arrow Films.
Limited Edition of Game of Death available on 4K UHD & Blu-ray from Arrow Films.

Limited Edition of Game of Death available on 4K UHD & Blu-ray from Arrow Films.

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

Limited Edition of Game of Death in 4K UHD and Blu-ray format, released by Arrow Films.

Arrow Video is set to release Game of Death in both 4K UHD and Blu-ray (Region B) formats on November 13, 2023. Please note that these formats must be purchased separately. This film was previously included in Arrow’s Bruce Lee At Golden Harvest Collection.

Official details:

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After five years since Enter the Dragon was released and Bruce Lee passed away, Golden Harvest hired director Robert Clouse to finish Lee’s incomplete final project, Game of Death. Only one third of the film had been filmed before Lee’s death. The end result is a thrilling experience that combines Lee’s martial arts expertise with Clouse’s talent for creating action-packed scenes. for nail-biting suspense.

Billy Lo, also known as Lee, is a highly acclaimed kung fu actor in the Hong Kong movie scene. He enjoys a blissful relationship with his girlfriend, Ann, but their peace is disrupted by a menacing group of American gangsters led by Dr Land and his right-hand man, Steiner. The gangsters are determined to gain control over Billy, but he refuses to succumb to their demands. In retaliation, the gangsters resort to violence, triggering a series of events where Billy must use his skills to outsmart the syndicate and protect himself and Ann.

With fantastic fight choreography by Sammo Hung, the leading inheritor to Lee’s throne at that time, and a much-beloved music score by John Barry, Game of Death was an international smash hit that helped to keep Lee’s star burning bright long after he was gone. It is accompanied here by its 1981 sequel Game of Death II (Tower of Death), one final star vehicle for Bruce Lee made using more rare footage found in the studio vaults.

Special edition 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray materials with limited availability.

  • Illustrated collector’s booklet featuring writing on the films by Walter Chaw
  • The sleeve can be reversed and features artwork by Tony Stella, both original and newly commissioned.

The first disc is titled “Game of Death” and it is available in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray format.

  • Arrow Films has restored the international and Japanese versions of Game of Death using original film elements. The result is a 4K UHD Blu-ray presentation in Dolby Vision, with HDR10 compatibility, that seamlessly switches between the two cuts.

  • Arrow Films has released a newly restored version of Game of Death II, known as the International Cut, in 2K quality. The restoration was done using the original film elements.

  • Restored English mono audio is available on both versions.

  • Subtitles in English for individuals who are deaf or have difficulty hearing.

  • Commentary on features by Brandon Bentley and Mike Leeder.

  • An upcoming interview with Colleen Camp, the star of “The Song I’m Singing Tomorrow”

  • Removed and added footage from the Mandarin versions of the movie, featuring two different concluding scenes (some content in lower resolution).
  • Interviews with Dan Inosanto and Bob Wall, who are co-stars, have been archived.

  • Exclusive footage from the making of Bruce Lee: The Legend

  • Newly released in 1976, this unique pre-production sales featurette includes insightful commentary from Michael Worth and producer Andre Morgan.

  • Fight scene dailies directed by Sammo Hung
  • Locations featurette from 2013
  • Trailer gallery, including Bruceploitation and ‘Robert Clouse at Golden Harvest’ trailer reels
  • Image gallery


  • The movie Game of Death II is available in high definition (1080p) on Blu-ray, along with the Hong Kong theatrical version called Tower of Death (which includes some standard-definition scenes).

  • Game of Death II has English mono audio in its original lossless format.

  • The Tower of Death features original lossless mono audio in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English.

  • Closed captioning for the hearing impaired on Game of Death, with the option for English subtitles on Tower of Death.

  • Frank Djeng & Michael Worth, co-producers of Enter the Clones of Bruce Lee, provide commentary on the film’s features.

  • Archive interview with co-star Roy Horan
  • This is a different Korean version that includes exclusive footage, shown in High Definition with the original mono audio and English subtitles.

  • The alternate US version of the video is available in high definition and has lossless English mono audio. This is made possible through seamless branching.

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    Different closing credits sequence for Game of Death II:

  • Trailer gallery
  • Image gallery

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