Conan the Barbarian

1982, R, 129 min. Directed by John Milius. Starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sandahl Bergman, James Earl Jones, Gerry Lopez, Mako, Max Von Sydow.

Conan the Barbarian

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Conan the Barbarian, John Milius, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sandahl Bergman, James Earl Jones, Gerry Lopez, Mako, Max Von Sydow

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