Thor the Conqueror Trailer

Thor the Conqueror Trailer (1983)

"The One Who Dares The Bloodthirsty Barbarians!" 05 February 1983 91 mins

After both his parents are brutally murdered by his fathers rival Gnut and his men the new born Thor is placed in hiding by the physical embodiment of the god Teisha. Raised in secret under the guidance of Teisha, Thor comes to maturity and goes on a quest to avenge the death of his parents and return peace to his lands, in the process he discovers a woman to take as his wife, finds and uncovers his fathers sword and masters the art of combat, all under the ever watchful eye of the amorphous Teisha.

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Cast

Angelo Ragusa

as Thor's Father

Malisa Longo

as Slave Girl (as Malisa Lang)

Crew

Francesco De Masi

Original Music Composer

Giovanni Bergamini

Giovanni Bergamini Cinematography

International Titles

Thor, o Conquistador Trailer

Der unbezwingbare Barbar Trailer

Thor: Der unbesiegbare Barbar Trailer

Thor, valloittaja Trailer

Thor le guerrier Trailer

Beastmaster II Trailer

International Releases Dates

Italy 05 February 1983

Production Companies

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