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"Enter the Dragon, Part I": Richard Dragon tries to forget his past. He does this by taking part in illegal fighting matches. He fights two opponents bare handed while blindfolded. He easily wins all of his fights.


Quote1 I knew you were down, Richard, but I never dreamed how far. Quote2
-- Bronze Tiger



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Synopsis for "Enter the Dragon, Part I"

Richard Dragon tries to forget his past. He does this by taking part in illegal fighting matches. He fights two opponents bare handed while blindfolded. He easily wins all of his fights.

One night after a fight, Bronze Tiger shows up and asks for Richard's help with a group of people called the Circle of Six. Richard turns down Ben and to further convince Richard to help, Ben fights Richard, ultimately defeating him and gaining his assistance.



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  • This book was first published on May 26, 2004.
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