Conan the Destroyer

The most powerful legend of all is back in a new adventure.

Categories: Adventure, Fantasy, Action
Based on a character created by Robert E. Howard, this fast-paced, occasionally humorous sequel to Conan the Barbarian features the hero (Arnold Schwarzenegger) as he is commissioned by the evil queen Taramis (Sarah Douglas) to safely escort a teen princess (Olivia D'Abo) and her powerful bodyguard (Wilt Chamberlain) to a far away castle to retrieve the magic Horn of Dagon. Unknown to Conan, the queen plans to sacrifice the princess when she returns and inherit her kingdom after the bodyguard kills Conan. The queen's plans fail to take into consideration Conan's strength and cunning and the abilities of his sidekicks: the eccentric wizard Akiro (Mako), the wild woman Zula (Grace Jones), and the inept Malak (Tracey Walter). Together the hero and his allies must defeat both mortal and supernatural foes in this voyage to sword-and-sorcery land.
Status: Released IMDb
Release date: 1984-06-29
Run time: 103 minute / 1:43
Budget: $18,000,000
Revenue: $100,000,000
Director: Richard Fleischer
Writer: Stanley Mann
Production Companies : Universal Studios, De Laurentiis Entertainment Group (DEG)
Production Country: United States of America


Arnold Schwarzenegger
as Conan
Grace Jones
as Zula
Wilt Chamberlain
as Bombaata
Tracey Walter
as Malak
Mako
as Akiro 'The Wizard'
Sarah Douglas
as Queen Taramis
Olivia d'Abo
as Princess Jehnna
Pat Roach
as Man Ape / Toth-Amon
Jeff Corey
as Grand Vizier
Sven-Ole Thorsen
as Togra
André the Giant
as Dagoth
Ferdy Mayne
as The Leader
Directing
Richard Fleischer Director

Writing
Stanley Mann Screenplay

Production
Raffaella De Laurentiis Producer
Edward R. Pressman Producer

Sound
Basil Poledouris Original Music Composer

Camera
Jack Cardiff Director of Photography

Editing
Frank J. Urioste Editor

Writing
Gerry Conway Story
Robert E. Howard Characters

Production
Dino De Laurentiis Executive Producer
Stephen F. Kesten Executive Producer
Johanna Ray Casting

Art
Pier Luigi Basile Production Design

Writing
Roy Thomas Story

Art
Giles Masters Draughtsman
Giorgio Desideri Set Dresser
José María Alarcón Art Direction
Kevin Phipps Art Direction
Sante Barelli Painter
Tanya Lowe Production Illustrator
Andrew Holder Sculptor
Steve Cooper Set Designer

Camera
Neil Binney Camera Operator
George Whitear Still Photographer

Costume & Make-Up
John Bloomfield Costume Design
Mirella De Rossi Key Hair Stylist
Luigi Rocchetti Makeup Artist

Production
Anuar Badin Production Supervisor
Stephen F. Kesten Unit Production Manager

Art
Ron Downing Standby Painter
William Stout Conceptual Design

Crew
Graham Sumner Property Master

Art
Moises Pineda Set Decoration Buyer

Sound
Ray Alba Sound Editor
Wayne Artman Sound Re-Recording Mixer
Milton C. Burrow Supervising Sound Editor
Manuel Topete Sound mixer

Crew
Antonio Balandín Special Effects

Visual Effects
Carlo Rambaldi Creature Design
John K. Stirber Special Effects Supervisor
Charles L. Finance Visual Effects Coordinator

Crew
Vic Armstrong Stunt Coordinator
Román Ariznavarreta Stunts

Lighting
Roy Furness Electrician
Frank Heeney Gaffer
John Matthews Best Boy Electric

Editing
Mark Eggenweiler Assistant Editor

Sound
Greig McRitchie Orchestrator

Crew
Arturo Curiel Driver
Craig Campobasso Production Office Assistant

Directing
Pamela Carlton Script Supervisor

Production
Juan Clemente Prosper Location Manager

Crew
Anne Strick Unit Publicist

Camera
Apache Key Grip

Costume & Make-Up
Mary Etta Lang Ager/Dyer
Thomas Casterline Wardrobe Supervisor

Editing
Donah Bassett Negative Cutter

Production
Nina Axelrod Casting Assistant

Sound
Shelley Brown Apprentice Sound Editor
Jeff Jones Assistant Sound Editor
Basil Poledouris Conductor
Angelo Giovagnoli Musician
Daniel Allan Carlin Supervising Music Editor

Writing
Maurice Zuberano Storyboard




















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