The Legend of Bruce Lee is a 1976 movie based on a story about constant revenge. The movie involves Kung-Fu fighting, retaliation, and some violence. Directed by Daniel Lau, Bruce Le (known as the actual Bruce Lee's legendary lookalike) stars as Bruce, a teenage leader of a gang based in Liu City. Bruce excels as a student at Chinese boxing, but shortly after his training he gets attacked, along with all the members of his gang, by a rival gang. Bruce's father decides it is best if he gets training from a man called Master Yen. Master Yen teaches him the skills of Wing Chun fist, and Bruce and his gang randomly go around and beat up numerous young students on the street to test his training. Unfortunately they will learn the hard way later in the movie that these were the wrong people to go after; one of the students they have injured is the student of their Master. Mr. Kim then sends a group of his people to counter-attack Bruce and some of his gang members.
Although badly injured, Bruce survives the attack in one piece. However his friend and fellow gang member, Ah Choi, does not, a devastation to Bruce and all of his friends. Bruce decides to take action and this time around sees a different Master (She Quan) to train him. This new master teaches him how to use Snake Style, which involves controlling three cobras to fight. Bruce immediately uses the technique on the students who hurt him and his friend. The group finally sees Bruce as a very realistic threat and uses the help of Mr. Kim to retaliate. Mr. Kim happens to be a top Kung-Fu fighter and Master and is still seething over his son, who was put into a coma by Bruce and his gang. Kim's best students then go after Bruce and Bruce's friend On Yu, both of whom survived the street students' first beating early on. The movie ends with a continuing battle involving Bruce and On Yu against the street students.