This is a vintage copy of Fighting Arts Magazine. Celebrities In The Art Of Self-Defense.
Released: April 1974 Volume 1, Number 4
Condition: Good. Small stain on a few of the pages.
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10 Date With Destiny: Bruce Lee, producer Raymond Chow and Director Lo Wei first me in a tiny, dirty Thai village near Bangkok to film a martial arts movie that blasted the whole world of martial arts into an international entertainment orbit. Exclusive interviews with Chow and Wei detail the first meeting and subsequent filming.
16 Cheri Caffaro, the new James Bond, a blonde femme with an astounding figure, a knock-out of men without touching them. No, she isn't Sean Connery in an overdone disguise.
22 Irene Tsu, "Ironside's" New China Doll, combines karate with housekeeping but her real love is acting.
30 Star Trek's Captain Kirk is a more adventurous soulwhen planted on terra firma, William Shatner proves that.
36 David Chow, Self-Styled millionaire at 14, a Hollywood karate technicians in films and former advisor to TV's "Kung Fu" tells how he would like to repay his debt to the U.S.
40 John Milius, Director of "Dillinger" and writer of "Dirty Harry" professes to be "Japanese at heart" but prefers the gun to the judo throw.
46 Raymond St. Jaques, the karate swinging Errol Flynn of the ghetto now emulates his idol in real life.
52 Fast-Eddie Spielman, a nice Jewish kid from New York is the bagel in "Kung Fu's" huge success.
56 Special Section Martial Arts Films, "Supermanchu," "Shanghai Lil and the Sun Luck Kid," "Black Belt Brothers," and "Man of Iron" are the feature film imports making their way to the nation's screens.
About the cover: William Shatner, Captain Kirk of "Star Trek", has taken time out from his crowded schedule to pursue the study of karate. He was photographed for our cover by Ed Ikuta.