Conan the Barbarian

Revealing mistake: After Conan pushes the heavy cauldron to spill the green liquid, the cauldron falls off and bounces like a football, revealing it's a prop.

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Revealing mistake: When Conan kills the baddies in the orgy, he aims a blow at a man's neck, then punches a guy standing next to a column (and later stabs his stomach), but his punch misses by far.

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Continuity mistake: When Conan enters the witch's place and she throws something in the fireplace, he has his hand by his mouth. When the angle changes it's further away, next to his right shoulder.

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Continuity mistake: When Conan is inside the cave and finds the sword, he turns his left hand around to grab the handle, but a shot later from a different angle his hand is in a totally different position, holding the sword from someplace else.

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Revealing mistake: When the movie begins and Conan's father is talking, watch the pattern of the blue-screened clouds behind. The same clip is being repeated over and over again.

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Continuity mistake: After Conan ends fighting in the ring he takes his hand to his neck, hair covering it. A shot later his hand is over his hair.

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Revealing mistake: When Conan is fighting in the ring and smashes a guy's body against some [prop] rocks, the painting cracks and falls off.

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Continuity mistake: When Conan is about to climb into the tunnel that leads to the snake pit, he has a dagger and on his back his sword, but when he is inside the snake pit, the sword is gone.

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Question: Is it ever explained why Conan was released from slavery?

Answer: Not in the movies, but in the original books. He escaped by grinding his chain between two millstones until it broke.

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Answer: Conan was an undefeated fighter in the pit, who made his owner very wealthy and powerful. The look on his owner's face was of sadness and gratitude. He earned his freedom.

That...and Redbeard was growing fearful of Conan.

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