The questionably named martial-arts blowout Bruce Lee Fights Back from the Grave (1976) kicks off with a bolt of lightning striking the tombstone of the titular action hero and an actor portraying him bursting up from the ground, itching for a fight. And that ends the entirety of the movie's "Bruce Lee" content. From there, the real plot follows Jun Chong, a.k.a. Bruce K.L. Lea, as a Korean brawler who goes to visit his pal in Los Angeles, only to discover that his would-be host has been murdered. This ignites an insane kung fu saga involving an African-American hero in a cape, blackened bones, and a very sexy Deborah Dutch.