Robert Clouse

Robert Clouse

  • Birthday: 1928-03-06
  • Deathday: 1997-02-04
  • Place of birth: Wisconsin, USA


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Robert Clouse (March 6, 1928 – February 4, 1997) was an American film director and producer, known primarily for his work in the action/adventure and martial arts genres. He died on February 4, 1997 in Oregon of kidney failure. Clouse directed Bruce Lee in Lee's only English-speaking starring role, in 1973's Enter the Dragon. After Lee's death, Clouse attempted to finish Lee's incomplete film Game of Death and released it in 1978 with a new storyline and cast. Other projects included Jim Kelly's Black Belt Jones, Darker than Amber, China O'Brien (starring Cynthia Rothrock), Jackie Chan's The Big Brawl, and many others. Description above from the Wikipedia article Robert Clouse, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.