The Terminator (Captioned)

United States, 1984

Film
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Arnold Schwarzenegger is “The Terminator”, a cyborg (part man, part machine) sent from the future to present day Los Angeles on a deadly mission. He’s got to kill a young woman whose life will have great significance in decades to come. Kyle Reese, a young but hardened guerilla fighter is also sent back in time to protect The Terminator’s unsuspecting victim. From their first terrifying fight to the deadly climax, The Terminator and Reese leave a path of destruction in their wake.

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Credits

director

James Cameron

producer

Gale Anne Hurd

production company

Hemdale Film Corporation

Orion Pictures Corporation

Pacific Western

Duration

01:47:00:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1984

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