Conan The Barbarian (1982)
|Writers:||John Milius, Oliver Stone, Robert E. Howard, Edward Summer|
|Released:||Friday, May 14, 1982|
|Rating:||Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guardian.|
Conan was still a child when he saw his parents murdered and his village burned by a horde of savages, lead by the semi-god Thulsa Doom. They took him to the north, where he grew up working like an animal, and was later sold as a slave. His master trained him to be a warrior, and made a fortune by using him in fights. But there comes one day, when he gives Conan his freedom, and the chance to take his revenge after so many years.
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