Bruce Lee and Chuck Norris remove their shirts, crack their knuckles, and allow each other a substantial amount of time to warm up before facing off in 1972’s Way of the Dragon. (Real martial-arts stars stretch thoroughly before battle.) Lee, who also wrote and directed the film, is Tang Lung, the Dragon of the title. He’s fighting to the death with Norris’ Colt, who was hired by the mafia. The location? None other than the Colosseum in Rome. We know the hero is the winning gladiator here, but it isn’t a quick fight. Both get felled by the blows of the other, and there’s ample time for finger-wagging and hair-pulling (Norris’ hairy chest proving a liability). The only observer is an adorable kitten, who seems genuinely concerned except when momentarily distracted by a toy.