Enter The Dragon actor Kelly dies
Enter The Dragon actor Jim Kelly has died at the age of 67.
The actor - who played a glib American martial artist in the film with Bruce Lee - died of cancer at his home in California, his ex-wife Marilyn Dishman said.
Sporting an Afro hairstyle and sideburns, Kelly made a splash with his one-liners and fight scenes in the 1973 martial arts classic.
His later films included Three The Hard Way, Black Belt Jones and Black Samurai.
During a 2010 interview with Salon.com, Kelly said he started studying martial arts in 1964 in Kentucky and later moved to California. He said the role in the Bruce Lee film - his second movie part - came about when his agent called him.
"It was one of the best experiences in my life," he said.
"Bruce was just incredible, absolutely fantastic. I learned so much from working with him. I probably enjoyed working with Bruce more than anyone else I'd ever worked with in movies because we were both martial artists. And he was a great, great martial artist. It was very good."