American actor and martial artist. The film the lee strasberg notes pdf released posthumously in 1994 with the help of stunt doubles and special effects.
1971 to 1973, after which his mother moved back to the United States following the death of his father. American New Theatre group founded by his friend John Lee Hancock. February 1, 1986, which was also Lee’s 21st birthday. Lee made in Hong Kong. This was marked as his first studio film and American film debut.
1992, and was scheduled to do two more films for them. In August of that year, Bruce Lee biographer John Little asked Brandon Lee what his philosophy in life was, and he replied, “Eat—or die! Well, I would say this: when you move down the road towards mastery of the martial arts—and you know, you are constantly moving down that road—you end up coming up against these barriers inside yourself that will attempt to stop you from continuing to pursue the mastery of the martial arts. And these barriers are such things as when you come up against your own limitations, when you come up against the limitations of your will, your ability, your natural ability, your courage, how you deal with success—and failure as well, for that matter.
And as you overcome each one of these barriers, you end up learning something about yourself. And sometimes, the things you learn about yourself can, to the individual, seem to convey a certain spiritual sense along with them. It’s funny, every time you come up against a true barrier to your progress, you are a child again. And it’s a very interesting experience to be reduced, once again, to the level of knowing nothing about what you’re doing. I think there’s a lot of room for learning and growth when that happens—if you face it head on and don’t choose to say, “Ah, screw that! I’m going to do something else!
We reduce ourselves at a certain point in our lives to kind of solely pursuing things that we already know how to do. You know, because you don’t want to have that experience of not knowing what you’re doing and being an amateur again. And I think that’s rather unfortunate. It’s so much more interesting and usually illuminating to put yourself in a situation where you don’t know what’s going to happen, than to do something again that you already know essentially what the outcome will be within three or four points either way. During production just before his death, Brandon signed to do two sequels to the film if it proved to be successful. Hutton was working as a personal assistant to Harlin, and later became a story editor for Stillwater Productions, in 1991.