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A cheat that works every time. Disconnect your spark plug leads, fit the socket and breaker bar to the sprocket bolt and rest the end of the bar on the chassis rail or frame (turn the breaker bar and socket on the sprocket bolt as if you're trying to undo the bolt until it makes contact with a part of the car that won't be damaged and maybe rest a rag under it) Turn the ignition key on and off rapidly 1-2 times and the torque from the starter motor will be more than sufficient to undo the bolt.
I'm not familiar with your car, but the distributor rotor should turn whenever the engine is cranked, if not check to make sure the rotor screw isn't missing (if it has one, some are held in with a spline instead), try spinning the rotor by hand if the rotor turns but not the shaft the rotor is broken, if the shaft spins the drive gear pin is sheared or the cam gear is shot.