The fur-lined coat Bruce Lee wore in his final movie has sold for $77,000 (£47,000) at an auction in Hong Kong.
The martial arts legend donned the jacket in 1973 during the shoot for Game of Death, a film that was never completed after Lee died later that year, aged 32. It was also the coat that Lee wore to the premiere of his biggest hit, Enter the Dragon.
The garment fetched more than nine times its estimate.
Billed as the largest ever auction of Bruce Lee memorabilia, 12 other items belonging to the action hero went under the hammer, including a personalised business card and a letter to a friend, in which he discussed his work on cult show The Green Hornet.