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The Fury of Hercules (1962)
"La furia di Ercole" (original title)

 -  Adventure  -  1963 (USA)
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In a tyrannical kingdom there is an evil ruler and a queen who lusts after Hercules who is attracted to a handmaiden. A rebellion overthrows the ruler.

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Brad Harris ...
Luisella Boni ...
Daria (as Brigitte Corey)
Mara Berni ...
Cnidia
Elke Arendt
Carlo Tamberlani ...
Eridione
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Menistus
Sergio Ciani ...
Kaldos (as Alan Steel)
Franco Gasparri ...
(as Gianfranco Gasparri)
Irena Prosen ...
Mila
Romano Ghini
Ivan Dobric
Niksa Stefanini ...
Robur (as Nik Stefanini)
Natascia Polavshenko
Manja Golec
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In a tyrannical kingdom there is an evil ruler and a queen who lusts after Hercules who is attracted to a handmaiden. A rebellion overthrows the ruler.

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When Menistus explains how he assures that a certain man will not reveal his secret plan, he has an arch open, and in it the said man lies dead, a sword through his stomach, and the eyes open. Just when the aids are closing the arch cover down, the dead man blinks. See more »

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Brad Harris almost lifts this above the routine
19 October 2005 | by (Minneapolis) – See all my reviews

The generic "Hercules" plot can be found here. This plot is set in a tyrannical kingdom where an evil ruler, often a queen, faces a revolt from freedom-loving rebels. Not surprisingly, the queen casts lustful eyes upon Hercules and tries to win him to her side but he's more attracted to one of the queen's handmaidens who turns out to have ties to the rebels. The queen then resorts to magic spells to temporarily cloud Hercules' mind but he soon comes to his senses and joins the revolt, usually enduring some bondage, torture, and tests-of-strength along the way. The ruler is overthrown, the rebels are victorious, crowds cheer, and Hercules gazes lovingly upon the handmaiden. There are only minor variations to this plot in "The Fury of Hercules." The queen, for instance, is more misguided than evil, and Hercules never once winds up in chains, but all this is still familiar enough to confuse with a dozen other sword-and-sandal productions. If there's a distinguishing factor here, it's Idaho-born Brad Harris who has not only the body of Hercules but also a good-looking face. His acting is adequate and his personality passable. One wishes he had better material to work with. He should, for example, have more scenes in which he's completely bare-chested. Get rid of that strap over his shoulder! Weasel-faced Serge Gainsbourg, so villainous in "Revolt of the Slaves," does the same sort of job here.


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