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Master Carl Scott had a memorable career in Hong Kong films and has studied various forms of the martial arts for more than 20 years. Practicing martial arts since he was a young child, Master Scott was an extra in the 1976 See-Yuen Ng movie Bruce Lee: The Man, the Myth, which was partially shot in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. The film also starred Bruce Li as the legendary martial arts icon Bruce Lee. Scott’s skills impressed producer Pao Ming, who brought him to Hong Kong to train for their next Bruce Li picture, 1977’s The Last Strike, renamed in America as Soul Brothers of Kung Fu.

He and Bruce Li were the two main protagonists in the movie which also starred Shaw Brothers stars Lo Meng and Ku Feng and had multiple endings filmed. He also fought present and future legends such as Yuen Biao, Corey Yuen Kwai, and members of the Yuen clan. Carl Scott was still a teenager at the time. Soon after, Scott starred with Billy Chong in the 1979 film Sun Dragon, a.k.a. Hard Way to Die, which was shot on location in Phoenix, Arizona, and featured a fight between Carl Scott and 1979 World Kickboxing Champion Louis Neglia.

Carl Scott and Billy Chong shared the screen again in the now cult classic 1981 martial arts epic Kung Fu Executioner, which not only showcased Carl’s impressive knowledge of Chinese kung fu, but also his weapons ability, particularly with the nunchaku. And though he and Billy Chong only shared the screen for two films, their friendship has endured throughout the years.

Offscreen, Carl Scott has continued to quietly develop his martial arts skills, culminating in The Warrior Method system of fighting, details of which will be the highlight of this website.

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  1. Anthony Harjo

    Sifu Scott,

    I have long been a fan and practitioner of martial arts. I want to congratulate you on your early break in the kung fu film industry. As a Native American you were among a handful of role models that I looked up to as a young man in my earl years of interest in the martial arts. I am sure you understand the impact you have had around the world for people of color. I wish you could have been in more movies but I am sure there are reasons why you did not make any additional films. I am very much interested in your martial art and would like to have more information on it if possible. Are there any books you have written about your art? Thanks again for the great memories and being a positive role model.