Media Not So Real To Reel: An Interview With Sheldon Lettich About Bloodsport (1988)

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A 2019 Interview with American screenwriter, film director and producer, Sheldon Lettich, discussing his work in the action film industry including writing the screenplay for Bloodsport (1988), and writing and directing Jean-Claude Van Damme in Double Impact (1991) and Lionheart (1990) starring Jean-Claude Van Damme with Michel Qissi and Jeff Langton, and Only The Strong (1993) starring Mark Dacascos and Paco Christian Prieto. Listen to what it was like working with some great martial artists along with numerous true stories about Frank Dux in and out of Hollywood.

The NOT So REAL Frank Dux
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/frank-dux/

Footage from Frank Dux vs Jean-Claude Van Damme from Court TV mentioned in this interview
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heK43cCt3aI

Information about lawsuits filed by Frank Dux
https://www.plainsite.org/profiles/dux-frank/

Sheldon Lettich Biography
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/sheldon-lettich/

About Bloodsport (1988)
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/bloodsport-1988/

Jean-Claude Van Damme Biography
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/jean-claude-van-damme/

Mark Dacascos Biography
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/mark-dacascos/

Paco Christian Prieto Biography
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/paco-christian-prieto/

Jeff Langton
https://www.martialartsentertainment.com/jeff-langton/

Bloodsport (1988): The Cannon Group, Warner Bros.(USA and UK), U.G.C. Worldwide Distribution (Worldwide)
Only The Strong (1993): Twentieth Century Fox (United States)
The Quest (1996): Universal Pictures
Enter The Ninja (1981): Golan-Globus Production
Double Impact: (1991) Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Lionheart (1990): Universal Pictures

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