Thunder Prince

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Thunder Prince is a 1987 English adaptation of the Korean animated film, "Heukryong wanggwa biho dongja" (흑룡왕과비호동자) (1982) by IFD Films and Arts Ltd.

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The movie is about a young boy, whose father, Blue Thunder, was murdered by the villainous "Black Mantis." After Black Mantis kills his father and steals the family fighting style, Blue Thunder's son takes on the name "Thunder Prince" and vows revenge.

He comes upon a wise old man who teaches him how to fight, but discourages revenge. When face-to-face with Black Mantis, Thunder Prince must decide which he will choose once and for all, honor or revenge.

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