This is one of the most iconic weapons in ENTER THE DRAGON and is instantly recognizable to millions of Martial Arts fans throughout the world. Fashioned from wood, steel prongs and artificial hair it is a unique weapon conceived by Bruce Lee himself. Bruce Lee wanted a menacing weapon for his arch enemy that would heighten the jeopardy and drama of the film. In the famous dojo scene where Bruce Lee and John Saxon battle hoards of Han’s minion, Han removes his metal hand and attaches this three pronged CLAW. He has a short battle with Bruce Lee and this claw draws FIRST BLOOD, striking Bruce Lee on the right side of his face and drawing blood. Then Han misses a strike and the Claw become lodged in a table top. Han leaves this Claw and runs off to replace it with the famous 4 blade knife claw. In the END SCENE, we see a tired Bruce Lee, standing in an archway, looking up at the incoming helicopters. His gaze is diverted down at something. He pauses. PULL BACK AND DOWN to a CLOSE UP of the CLAW, the prongs still stuck in the table. It is the very last and deeply memorable image in the film. As CREDITS ROLL we see the hair on the claw blowing in the wind. THE END. Enter the Dragon has been officially recognized as “culturally significant” in the United States and has been selected for preservation in the National Film Registry. This Claw weapon is a important piece of Enter the Dragon memorabilia as it is the focus of the last shot of the last movie Bruce shot. Note: a Mr. Han Action Figure came out in 2009 to honor Shih Kien as Mr. Han. Included in the list of attachments is the "Bear Claw."