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“Be Water” is a new ESPN documentary that tells the story of Bruce Lee, a martial arts actor who straddled two worlds: Asia and North America.   
  He was born in San Francisco but…

‘Be Water’ chronicles how Bruce Lee defied Hollywood’s racism

“Be Water” is a new ESPN documentary that tells the story of Bruce Lee, a martial arts actor who straddled two worlds: Asia and North America.  He was born in San Francisco but…

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