|Thor the Conqueror|
|Directed by||Tonino Ricci|
|Screenplay by||Tito Carpi|
|Story by||Tito Carpi|
|Music by||Francesco De Masi|
|Edited by||Vincenzo Tomassi|
Thor the Conqueror (Italian : Thor il conquistatore) is a 1983 Italian film directed by Tonino Ricci.
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