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  1. sifuhr

    Linn Haynes Memorial Collection

    10 years almost 11 years since 😞 .... but Linn still lives in my memory. Such a great guy and such fun writing in those days
  2. And know you’re at it I have waited for an unreasonably long time for my Wheels on Meals bluray. Would be great if you would answer your emails Jacob!
  3. Yeah and it was Lazenby Bruce Lee was supposed to meet the fatal evening. I guess some of the finished movies would have improved a lot with Lee in them ... although I actually enjoy some of them. But do you have any idea where I can see archive footage of Lazenby in Game of Death? Or is the imdb-credits just plain wrong? cheers
  4. Hi there Well I participated in a quiz last month where one of the questions revolved around which film Chuck Norris and George Lazenby appeared in together. One of these stupid imdb-jobs where the quizmaster surely don't know what he is asking questions about. Sure enough when you do a imdb-search then 'Game of Death' is the only film that shows up as a joint venture between these two. Of course none of these actually were involved in the shooting of the film and is represented only by stock footage. Chuck Norris is easy to spot in the start of the film but I was a little mystifed exactly where I could spot George Lazenby? I watched the film again recently but really couldn't pick a frame where he could be involved. Would anyone care to shed a little light on the mystery? On imdb Lazenby is listed as "Fighter (archive footage) (uncredited") and the same credit goes to Lazenby on some of the documentaries on Bruce Lee. Is the HK-cut any different maybe? I know Lazenby made a deal with Raymond Chow to appear in a number of films (most of them planned with Bruce Lee .. including 'Game of Death')and maybe the footage was pulled from one of the projects that did take off. Hope any Bruce Lee-experts can come to the rescue cheers