DRAGON VS. NINJA
Director: William Lee Run Time: 65 min. Release Year: 1984
Starring: Anita-Marie, Connie Lester, James Wiley, Twyman Bledsoe, William Lee
“Dayton’s Black Bruce Lee.” — Clarke Illmatical, THE LAST DRAGON TRIBUTE
Meet your new favorite action hero. Throughout the 1980s, Black filmmaker and martial artist William Lee wrote, produced, directed, and starred in dozens of D.I.Y. action epics — all shot on Super 8 in Ohio and New York City. Made prior to Lee’s TREASURE OF THE NINJA, DRAGON VS. NINJA is an infectious, inclusive, and explosive tribute to Bruce Lee that finds two martial arts dojos battling over the right to rule the streets. AGFA + Bleeding Skull! are elated to bring the previously unreleased DRAGON VS. NINJA to theaters for the first time ever — newly restored in 2K from the original Super 8 film elements.