Robert Clouse6th Mar 1928 — 4th Feb 1997 (Aged: 68) · Wisconsin, USA
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.... Read more