Extras carry over from a two-disc SD-DVD, and that remains one of the best special editions on the market in terms of extras. On HD DVD, this is a single disc presentation, cramming everything onto a single side.
A commentary track by the producer Paul Heller is the first notable, though a track recorded for the initial DVD in 1998 is missing. Next up is an all new 30-minute documentary called Blood and Steel: Making Enter the Dragon. This is a collection of interviews culled from various sources.
There is some brief behind-the-scenes footage and there are some great stories shared by the various people who were lucky to be on the set. Bruce Lee: In His Own Words is a 20-minute feature with a black and white interview along with various home videos. There are ten interview segments with Lee’s widow, Linda Lee Caldwell, and some home movie footage of his workout regimen.
The two documentaries are what set this disc apart from typical special editions. First is a 90-minute feature called Curse of the Dragon. It's completely in depth about Lee’s life, death, and legacy. There's some funeral footage and countless interviews with people who were close to him. You'll also get some thoughts from the various people who were behind the scenes during the filming of his movies.
A second lengthy feature is Bruce Lee: Warriors Journey. This one comes in at 100 minutes and is largely focused on Game of Death, a movie Lee died long before he could finish filming. There are extensive outtakes from the film, but also from his other movies as well. There's a great focus on his death and conspiracy theories also. Rounding out the disc are some various trailers and TV spots.
Enter the Dragon would be the end of Lee’s legacy. His death would tragically come a matter of weeks before the premiere. Game of Death would follow five years later, using spliced together footage Lee shot before starting on Dragon. The rest was handled by poorly hidden doubles, usually shrouded in darkness and without the skill level Lee possessed.