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Bruce Lee : Game Of Death 

14" customized figure of G.O.D. FireBall ,
( Game Of Death FireBall )
this figure’s concept is base on the original story line from Bruce Lee’s last incomplete movie Game Of Death.
The FireBall is painted by airbrush in yellow color
with black stripes represent Bruce’s jump suit in the movie, same as the sport shoes,
it come with a yellow color scaled nunchaku.
The yellow jumpsuit does not represent any form of martial arts,
which that is Bruce’s idea to give the message it’s totally fee to adapt to any style of fighting.
Having No Style As Style (Jeet Kuen Do, the way of incepting fist)

The footprint on the robot is created with a real child’s footprint.
This footprint represent Kareen Abdul-Jabbar’s footprint in one of the fighting scene
from the fifth level of the pagoda in the Game of Death Movie.
The antenna painted Bruce’s birthday month & year Nov 1940.
The name (HaiTien) was original character’s name for Bruce Lee in the original Game Of Death movie.
At the back of the figure we airbrush Bruce Lee’s original concept Chinese name
Game Of Death in 5 Chinese letters
(The Game Of Death was press in 4 Chinese letters only since 1970’s till now)

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