Bruce Lee started on his journey of learning martial arts when he was thirteen, which is when he began learning Wing Chun from Yip Man.
Bruce had to slow down his fight movements because they became a blur while being filmed, and the show also used slow motion to play the fight scenes so they could capture the full effect of Bruce Lee’s skill
The Green Hornet was the first time that Kung Fu had been seen in the West, besides in movie theaters in Chinatown districts.
Bruce Lee wrote, produced, directed, and starred in Way of the Dragon. He also scouted the locations, cast it, chose the wardrobe, and choreographed the fight scenes. Essentially, he did almost everything for the film.