Enter the Dragon script
Synopsis: Bruce Lee plays a martial-arts expert determined to help capture the narcotics dealer whose gang was responsible for the death of his sister. Lee enters a kung fu competition in an attempt to fight his way to the dealer's headquarters with the help of some friends.

Lee:
I guess I won't need anything.

Braithwaite:
There's a radio on the island. We'll be monitoring it, on the chance that you can get to it.

Lee:
And then you'll come?

Braithwaite:
Someone will.

Lee:
Oh.

Braithwaite:
We aren't an agency of enforcement; we function as gatherers of information, evidence upon which interested governments can act.

Lee:
I see. If there's any trouble you'll make a phone call.

Braithwaite:
Oh, by the way, two months ago, we managed to place a female operative on the island. Since them we've uh lost her. If she's still there, she might have something. Name's uh Mei Ling. Sure you won't have one?

Lee:
No thanks.

Old Man

Old man:
Now the time has come to tell you something very difficult. I'm happy you have decided to go to Han's tournament.

Lee:
Yeah.

Old Man:
The last of the tournaments were held three years ago. I was in the city with your sister at that time.

Lee:
I didn't know that.

Old Man:
Yes, many of Han's men had come in fork the island, they were everywhere, bullying and arrogant. We were on our way into town.

Flashback

[Lee's sister is attacked by Ohara and other of Han's men.] 

Back to present

Old man:
Now you know the truth. When you get to the city, pay your respects to your sister and your mother.

Lee:
I will old man.

In cemetery

Lee:
You will not agree with what I'm going to do. It is contrary to all that you have taught me, and all that Su Lin believed. I must leave. Please try to find a way to forgive me.

In the harbor.

 

Roper

Roper:
Double or nothing?

Guy:
That's about a thousand bucks a foot, Roper. Why not.

Phone rings

Girl:
I'm sorry, Mr. Roper isn't in right now. May I take a message?

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Michael Allin

Michael Allin is the author of the highly acclaimed book "Zarafa: A Giraffe's True Story from Deep in Africa to the Heart of Paris," and is also a screenwriter of a number of films, including the classic "Enter the Dragon". more…

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