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... In July 1969, 30 years later, Thomas, now known as 'Leatherface', has grown up and goes to work in the same slaughterhouse in which his mother died, working for the same boss that put him in the ... When one of the boss' assistants insults Leatherface calling him an "animal", he leaves ... Later that day Leatherface returns and brutally mauls and kills his boss with a sledgehammer ...
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