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Le fatiche di Ercole ()


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The muscular Hercules performs his Labors, sails with the Argonauts, and romances the fair Iole.

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Ercole (Hercules)
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Iole, Daugher of Pelias
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Jason
Ivo Garrani ...
Pelias, King of Iolcus
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Antea, Queen of the Amazons
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Eurysteus
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Iphitus, Son of Pelias
Lidia Alfonsi ...
The Sybil (as Lydia Alfonsi)
Gabriele Antonini ...
Ulysses
Aldo Fiorelli ...
Argos
Andrea Fantasia ...
Laertes
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Iole's Maid (as Luciana Paoluzzi)
Afro Poli ...
Chironi
Gian Paolo Rosmino ...
Aesculapius (as G.P. Rosmino)
Willi Colombini ...
Pollux (as Willy Colombini)
Fulvio Carrara ...
Castor
Gino Mattera ...
Orpheus
Gina Rovere ...
Amazon #1
Lily Granado ...
Amazon #2 (as Lilli Granado)
Aldo Pini ...
Tifi
Guido Martufi ...
Iphitus as a child
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Iole as a child
Romano Barbieri
Augusto Belardelli
Spartaco Nale

Directed by

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Pietro Francisci

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Apollonios Rhodios ... (poem "The Argonautica") (as Appollonius of Rhodes)
 
Pietro Francisci ... (adaptation)
 
Ennio De Concini ... (screenplay) &
Pietro Francisci ... (screenplay) &
Gaio Frattini ... (screenplay)
 
Agenore Incrocci ... (credit only) (creditOnly) (as Age)
 
Furio Scarpelli ... (credit only) (creditOnly) (as Scarpelli)

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Federico Teti ... producer

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Enzo Masetti

Cinematography by

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Mario Bava ... (lighting)

Film Editing by

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Mario Serandrei

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Gigliola Rosmino ... editing secretary

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Flavio Mogherini

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Flavio Mogherini

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Giulio Coltellacci

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Mara Rocchetti ... hair stylist
Euclide Santoli ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Mario Pisani ... production manager

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Pietro Nuccorini ... assistant director

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Gianni D'Aloisio ... assistant set designer

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Renato Cadueri ... sound technician
Giulio Tagliacozzo ... sound technician

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Mario Bava ... special effects

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Giovanni Cianfriglia ... stunt double (uncredited)
Nazzareno Zamperla ... stunts (uncredited)

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Corrado Bartoloni ... camera operator
Mario Bava ... lighting technician
Silvio Fraschetti ... assistant camera
Domenico Parrello ... grip
Antonio Rinaldi ... gaffer (uncredited)

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Assunto Lazzazzera ... wardrober
Paolo Tommasi ... assistant costume designer

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Carlo Savina ... musical director

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Spartaco Conversi ... production secretary
Ferruccio De Martino ... executive director
Massimo De Rita ... assistant to executive director
Gisa Geert ... choreographer
Joseph E. Levine ... presenter
Ettore Mattia ... assistant to director (as Ettore G. Mattia)
Titta Perozzi ... cutting assistant
Gianfranco Bellini ... voice dubbing: Aldo Fiorelli (uncredited)
Giorgio Capecchi ... voice dubbing: Afro Poli (uncredited)
Emilio Cigoli ... voice dubbing: Steve Reeves (uncredited)
Gualtiero De Angelis ... voice dubbing: Andrea Fantasia (uncredited)
Maria Pia Di Meo ... voice dubbing: Sylva Koscina (uncredited)
Lauro Gazzolo ... voice dubbing: Gian Paolo Rosmino (uncredited)
Pino Locchi ... voice dubbing: Gino Mattera (uncredited)
Enzo Musumeci Greco ... master of arms (uncredited)
Andreina Pagnani ... voice dubbing: Gianna Maria Canale (uncredited)
Bruno Persa ... voice dubbing: Aldo Pini (uncredited)
Mario Pisu ... voice dubbing: Mimmo Palmara (uncredited)
Giuseppe Rinaldi ... voice dubbing: Fabrizio Mioni (uncredited)
Giovanna Scotto ... voice dubbing: Lydia Alfonsi (uncredited)
Massimo Turci ... voice dubbing: Gabriele Antonini (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

In this melange of characters and events from separate mythological stories, Hercules, demigod and superman, arrives in the ancient Greek kingdom of Iolcus to tutor Iphitus, son of king Pelias; immediately on arrival, he falls in love with the king's delectable, briefly clad daughter Iole. Before he can win her, he must succeed in a series of quests, in the course of which he teams up with Jason, true heir of Iolcus, whom he accompanies on the famous voyage of the Argonauts. Written by Rod Crawford

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Taglines See the seductive Amazons lure men to voluptuous revels and violent deaths! SEE the heroic Hercules rip down the Age of Orgy's lavish palace of lustful pleasure! SEE the Mightiest of Men fight the Mightiest of Beasts, the killer Cretan Bull! SEE Hercules fight off the savage love-starved Amazon women! SEE the seductive Amazons lure men to voluptuous revels and violent deaths! SEE the powerful Hercules crush the savage ape-men who guard the shrine of the Golden Fleece! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Hércules (Spain)
  • Los viajes de Heracles (Spain)
  • Hercules (World-wide, English title)
  • Hercules (United States)
  • Labors of Hercules (World-wide, English title)
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  • 104 min
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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross $2,162,589

Did You Know?

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Trivia During the scene in which Hercules uses chains against enemy soldiers, director Pietro Francisci became annoyed with Steve Reeves because he felt that Reeves wasn't swinging the chains hard enough to be convincing. Reeves claimed that he didn't want to swing the wooden chains (painted to look like they were metal) too hard because he didn't want to hurt the actors. In response, Francisci shouted back "If they don't get hurt, they don't get paid!" See more »
Goofs When Hercules crushes the lion with his bare arms, the reverse angle shows the lion with a happy contented look on its face, obviously enjoying being snuggled. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Hercules Recycled (1994). See more »
Quotes Antea, Queen of the Amazons: My heart has reached the crossroads of destiny.
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