After Bruce Lee's untimely death in 1973, and the global success of 'Enter The Dragon', two 90 minute feature films were created to capitalise on Lee's worldwide recognition. The second of these films, 'Fury Of The Dragon' was released theatrically in 1976.
Starring Bruce Lee as Kato and Van Williams as the Green Hornet, the 1960s crime fighting duo - by day Britt Reid, publisher-editor of the Daily Sentinel, and his chauffeur-man servant Kato - battle relentlessly against the forces of urban evil.
This movie takes Kato and the Green Hornet on four epic adventures, including trying to stop a plot to oust a young prince of foreign power and exposing two crooked cops, a case that leads to the Green Hornet being wounded and then nearly killed. Kato and the Green Hornet are then pushed to the very limit by a well organised gang carrying out a million dollar art heist, and using a fantastic ray gun to remove anyone in their path. Could this include our crime fighting duo? Finally, the last adventure takes our heroes into the dark underworld of drug trafficking, testing all their skills in crime fighting.