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[访谈录] 【整理】2008-02-06&02-08, 采访李小龙-3

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Bruce Lee 'Lost' Interview


an unedited 25 minute interview with Bruce Lee (1940-1973) on the Pierre Berton Show. Recorded on 9th December 1971 in Hong Kong, Bruce Lee ... all » is seen being himself, speaking candidly and informally about his life, his martial art beliefs and philosophy. Through the programme Bruce's supreme confidence, charisma and focus provide a tremendous insight into the young Bruce Lee - the man behind the legend.




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Bruce Lee: …if you have another to the extreme, you'll become, all of a sudden, a mechanical man, no longer a human being. So (you) it is a successful combination of both, so therefore, it is not only, I mean, so therefore, it's not pure naturalness, or unnaturalness. The ideal is unnatural naturalness, or natural unnaturalness.

Pierre Berton: yin yang, eh?

Bruce Lee: right man, that's it.

Pierre Berton: uh, one of your students, James Coburn, played in a movie called Our Man Flint, in which he used karate. Was that what he learned from you?

Bruce Lee: Um, he learned it after the film. Not...

Pierre Berton: he went the, after he played in Our Man Flint.

Bruce Lee: Right, right. You see, actually, I do not teach, you know, karate, because I do not believe in styles anymore. I mean I do not believe that there is such thing as, like,  Chinese way of fighting or the Japanese way of fighting, or whatever way of fighting, because unless human being have three arms and four legs, we will have a different form of fighting. But, basically, we have only two hands and two feet. So styles tends to, uh, uh, uh, not only separate man, you know, because they have their own doctrines and then the doctrine became the gospel truth you know, that you cannot change, you know, and, but if you do not have styles, if you just say, "well, here I am, you know, as a human being, how can I express myself totally and completely?" now, that way, you won't create a style because style is a crystallization, you know, I mean, that way is a process of continuing growth.

Pierre Berton: You talk about Chinese boxing....how does it defer, from, say, our kind of boxing?

Bruce Lee: well, first we use the feet.

Pierre Berton: uh-huh, that's a start.

Bruce Lee: and then we use the elbow, and…

Pierre Berton: you use the thumb too.

Bruce Lee: you name it man, we use it!

Pierre Berton: you use it all?

Bruce Lee: you have to, you see, because I mean, that is the expression of the human body. I mean, the, everything, I mean, you know, not just the hand! And when you are talking about combat, well, I mean, if, if it is a sport now, now you talk about something else, you have regulations, you have rules, but when you're talking about fighting as it is…

Pierre Berton: thorough, a real fighting.

Bruce Lee: with no rules, well then, baby, you'd better train every part of your body! And when you do punch, now I'm leaning forward a little bit hoping not to hurt any camera angle, I mean you gotta put the whole hit into it, and snap it! And get all your energy in there and make this into a weapon.

Pierre Berton: I don't want to tangle with you on any dark night, I'll tell you that right now! You came up to me pretty fast there! What…

 

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Bruce Lee: …if you have another to the extreme, you become, all of a sudden, a mechanical man, no longer a human being. So (you) it is a successful combination of both, so therefore, it is not only, I mean, so therefore, it's not pure naturalness, or unnaturalness. The ideal is unnatural naturalness, or natural unnaturalness.

Pierre Berton: yin/yang, eh?

Bruce Lee: right man, that's it.

Pierre Berton: uh, one of your students, James Coburn, played in a movie called our man flint, in which he used karate. Was that what he learned from you?

Bruce Lee: Um, he learned it after the film. Not...

Pierre Berton: so he learned after he played in our man flint.

Bruce Lee: Right, right. You see, actually, I do not teach, you know, karate, because I do not believe in styles anymore. I mean I do not believe that there is such thing as, like, (a) Chinese way of fighting or (a) Japanese way of fighting, or whatever way of fighting, because unless a human being have three arms and four legs, we will have a different form of fighting. But, basically, we have only two hands and two feet. So styles tends to, uh, uh, uh, not only separate man, you know, because they have their own doctrines and then the doctrine became the gospel truth you know, that you cannot change, you know, and, but if you do not have styles, if you just say, "well, here I am, you know, as a human being, how can I express myself totally and completely?" now, that way, you won't create a style because style is a crystallization, you know, I mean, that way is a process of continuing growth.

Pierre Berton: You talk about Chinese boxing....how does it defer, from, say, our kind of boxing?

Bruce Lee: well, first we use the foot.

Pierre Berton: uh-huh, that's a start.

Bruce Lee: and then we use the elbow, and…

Pierre Berton: do you use the thumb too?

Bruce Lee: you name it man, we use it!

Pierre Berton: you use it all?

Bruce Lee: you have to, you see, because that is the expression of the human body. I mean, the, everything, I mean, you know, not just the hand! And when you are talking about combat, well, I mean, if, if it is a sport now, now you're talking about something else, you have regulations, you have rules, but when you're talking about fighting as it is…

Pierre Berton: through, a real fighting, no rules.....

Bruce Lee: with no rules, well then, baby, you'd better train every part of your body! And when you do punch, now I'm leaning forward a little bit hoping not to hurt any camera angle, I mean you've got to put the whole hip into it, and snap it! And get all your energy in there and make this into a weapon.

Pierre Berton: I don't want to tangle with you on any dark night, I'll tell you that right now! You came at me pretty fast there! What…
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Bruce Lee:If you have another to the extreme, you become all of a sudden a mechanical man.no longer a human being so you, It is a successful combination of both. So therefore, it is not only I mean so that voice is not pure naturalness or unnaturalness. The idea is unnatural naturalness or natural unnaturalness.

Pierre Berton:yin?

Bruce Lee:right man that’s it.


Pierre Berton:Yeah, one of your students James Coburn played in a movie called our man flint in which he used Karate .was that what he learnt from you?

Bruce Lee:Oh, he learnt it after the film,not….

Pierre Berton:Oh,so he learned after he played in the man flint.

Bruce Lee: Right right ,you see actually I do not teach you know Karaok because I do not believe in styles any more.I mean I do not believe that there is such thing as like chinese way of fighting or Japanese way of fightig or whatever way of fighting because unless human being have three arms or four legs, we will have a different form of fighting.but basically we have only two hands and two feet.so styles tend to not only separate man you know because they have their own doctrines and then the doctrines became the gospel truth you know that you can not change you know and but if you do not have styles if you just say that here I am as a human being. How can I express myself totally and completetly now that way you wont’t ctreat a style because style is acrystalization you know that way is a process of continuing growth.

Pierre Berton:You talk about Chinese boxing how does it differ from say our kind of boxing.

Bruce Lee:Well,First, we use the feet

Pierre Berton:Uh-huh, that’s the start

Bruce Lee:And Then we use the elbows and

Pierre Berton:Do you use the thumb too?

Bruce Lee:You name it man ,we use it

Pierre Berton:You use it all

Bruce Lee:You have to you see because I mean that is the expression of the human body I mean the everythibg you know not just the hand and when you are talking about combat. Well I mean if it is a spoprt, now you are talking about something else, you have the regulations you have rule but when you are talking about fighting as it is.

Pierre Berton:No rules,A real fighting ..

With no rules well then baby you’d better train every part of your body and when you do punch,now I am leaning forward a little bit hoping not to hurt any camera angle. I mean you’ve got put the whole hip into it and snap it ! and get all your energy in there and make this into a weapon.

Pierre Berton:I donn’t want to tangle with you on any dark night.I’ll tell you right now that you came at me pretty fast. What…
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Bruce Lee: …if you have another to the extreme, you'll become, all of a sudden, a mechanical man, no longer a human being. So (you) it is a successful combination of both, so therefore, it is not only, I mean, so therefore, it's not pure naturalness, or unnaturalness. The ideal is unnatural naturalness, or natural unnaturalness.

Pierre Berton: yin/yang, eh?

Bruce Lee: right man, that's it.

Pierre Berton: uh, one of your students, James Coburn, played in a movie called Our Man Flint, in which he used karate. Was that what he learned from you?

Bruce Lee: Um, he learned it after the film. Not...

Pierre Berton: so he learned after he played in Our Man Flint.

Bruce Lee: Right, right. You see, actually, I do not teach, you know, karate, because I do not believe in styles anymore. I mean I do not believe that there is such thing as, like, the Chinese way of fighting or the Japanese way of fighting, or whatever way of fighting, because unless human being have three arms and four legs, we will have a different form of fighting. But, basically, we have only two hands and two feet. So styles tends to, uh, uh, uh, not only separate man, you know, because they have their own doctrines and then the doctrine became the gospel truth you know, that you cannot change, you know, and, but if you do not have styles, if you just say, "well, here I am, you know, as a human being, how can I express myself totally and completely?" now, that way, you won't create a style because style is a crystallization, you know, I mean, that way is a process of continuing growth.

Pierre Berton: You talk about Chinese boxing....how does it defer, from, say, our kind of boxing?

Bruce Lee: well, first we use the feet.

Pierre Berton: uh-huh, that's a start.

Bruce Lee: and then we use the elbow, and…

Pierre Berton: you use the thumb too.

Bruce Lee: you name it man, we use it!

Pierre Berton: you use it all?

Bruce Lee: you have to, you see, because that is the expression of the human body. I mean, the, everything, I mean, you know, not just the hand! And when you are talking about combat, well, I mean, if, if it is a sport now, now you're talking about something else, you have regulations, you have rules, but when you're talking about fighting as it is…

Pierre Berton: through, a real fighting, no rules.....

Bruce Lee: with no rules, well then, baby, you'd better train every part of your body! And when you do punch, now I'm leaning forward a little bit hoping not to hurt any camera angle, I mean you've got to put the whole hip into it, and snap it! And get all your energy in there and make this into a weapon.

Pierre Berton: I don't want to tangle with you on any dark night, I'll tell you that right now! You came at me pretty fast there! What…
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Bruce Lee: …if you have another to the extreme, you'll become, all of a sudden, a mechanical man, no longer a human being. So (you) it is a successful combination of both, so therefore, it is not only, I mean, so therefore, it's not pure naturalness, or unnaturalness. The ideal is unnatural naturalness, or natural unnaturalness.

Pierre Berton: yin/yang, eh?

Bruce Lee: right man, that's it.

Pierre Berton: uh, one of your students, James Coburn, played in a movie called Our Man Flint, in which he used karate. Was that what he learned from you?

Bruce Lee: Um, he learned it after the film. Not...

Pierre Berton: he went the, after he played in Our Man Flint.

Bruce Lee: Right, right. You see, actually, I do not teach, you know, karate, because I do not believe in styles anymore. I mean I do not believe that there is such thing as, like, /// Chinese way of fighting or the Japanese way of fighting, or whatever way of fighting, because unless human being have three arms and four legs, we will have a different form of fighting. But, basically, we have only two hands and two feet. So styles tends to, uh, uh, uh, not only separate man, you know, because they have their own doctrines and then the doctrine became the gospel truth you know, that you cannot change, you know, and, but if you do not have styles, if you just say, "well, here I am, you know, as a human being, how can I express myself totally and completely?" now, that way, you won't create a style because style is a crystallization, you know, I mean, that way is a process of continuing growth.

Pierre Berton: You talk about Chinese boxing....how does it defer, from, say, our kind of boxing?

Bruce Lee: well, first we use the feet.

Pierre Berton: uh-huh, that's a start.

Bruce Lee: and then we use the elbow, and…

Pierre Berton: you use the thumb too.

Bruce Lee: you name it man, we use it!

Pierre Berton: you use it all?

Bruce Lee: you have to, you see, because I mean, that is the expression of the human body. I mean, the, everything, I mean, you know, not just the hand! And when you are talking about combat, well, I mean, if, if it is a sport now, now you talk about something else, you have regulations, you have rules, but when you're talking about fighting as it is…

Pierre Berton: thorough, a real fighting. ///

Bruce Lee: with no rules, well then, baby, you'd better train every part of your body! And when you do punch, now I'm leaning forward a little bit hoping not to hurt any camera angle, I mean you gotta put the whole hit into it, and snap it! And get all your energy in there and make this into a weapon.

Pierre Berton: I don't want to tangle with you on any dark night, I'll tell you that right now! You came up to me pretty fast there! What…

 

 

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