Bruce Lee in a still from Game of Death. His fans in 1970s Britain kept in touch through The KFM Bruce Lee Society, which is the subject of a book by Carl Fox.
Bruce Lee in a still from Game of Death. His fans in 1970s Britain kept in touch through The KFM Bruce Lee Society, which is the subject of a book by Carl Fox.

Kung fu mania in 1970s UK kept Bruce Lee’s memory alive after his death, thanks to dedicated fans and a society’s newsletters

  • Fans in the UK communicated through the newsletters of The KFM Bruce Lee Society, which ran from 1976 to 1983. Author Carl Fox has collected them in a new book
  • The content of the newsletters runs from the mundane to the outré. There are poems, art and a group even got together to make a kung fu film as a tribute to Lee

Topic |   Asian cinema: Hong Kong film
Bruce Lee in a still from Game of Death. His fans in 1970s Britain kept in touch through The KFM Bruce Lee Society, which is the subject of a book by Carl Fox.
Bruce Lee in a still from Game of Death. His fans in 1970s Britain kept in touch through The KFM Bruce Lee Society, which is the subject of a book by Carl Fox.
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