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February 6, 2012 at 10:55 AM

Bruce Lee documentary to open Thursday in Seattle

“I Am Bruce Lee,” a documentary coproduced by Lee’s daughter, Shannon Lee, and directed by Pete McCormack, will be playing at Pacific Place in downtown Seattle on Thursday and Feb. 15.

The film covers Lee’s rise to fame not only in the Pacific Northwest, but in Hong Kong, San Francisco (his birthplace) and Los Angeles.  Shannon Lee, Bruce Lee’s daughter, will be present for a Q & A at the 8 p.m.  screening Thursday.

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