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Ercole alla conquista di Atlantide ()


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Strong yet sleepy Hercules discovers that the Queen of Atlantis is plotting to take over the world with superhuman warriors.

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Ercole / Hercules
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Queen Antinea of Atlantis
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Androclo, Re di Tebe
Luciano Marin ...
Illo
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Ismene, Antinea's Daughter (as Laura Altan)
Mario Valdemarin ...
Gabor
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Astor, il Gran Visir
Salvatore Furnari ...
Timoteo, il nano
Raf Baldassarre ...
Capo delle guardie
Mino Doro ...
Oraclo
Luciana Angiolillo ...
Deianira, Hercules' Wife
Ignazio Dolce
Miss Glamor
Tullio Altamura
Alessandro Sperli ...
King with Mother
Mario Petri ...
Zenith, prete di Urano
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Re di Sparta
Ivo Garrani ...
Re di Megalia
Leon Selznick ...
Narrator, U.S. Version (voice)
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Re di Megara
Nando Tamberlani ...
Tiresia
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Giovanni Bonadonna ...
Man in Tavern Fight (uncredited)
Aldo Canti ...
Man in Tavern Fight (uncredited)
Aldo Cecconi ...
Man in Tavern Fight (uncredited)
Maurizio Coffarelli ...
Proteus the Monster (uncredited)
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Man in Tavern Fight #2 (uncredited)
Amerigo Santarelli ...
Man in Tavern (uncredited)
Nazzareno Zamperla ...
Man in Tavern Fight (uncredited)

Directed by

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Vittorio Cottafavi

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Vittorio Cottafavi ... () and
Sandro Continenza ... () and
Duccio Tessari ... ()
 
Pierre Benoît ... (character)
 
Nicolò Ferrari ... () (as Archibald Zounds Jr.)
 
Nicolò Ferrari ... (story) (as Archibald Zounds Jr.)

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Achille Piazzi ... producer

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Gino Marinuzzi Jr.
Armando Trovajoli

Cinematography by

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Carlo Carlini

Film Editing by

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Maurizio Lucidi

Production Design by

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Franco Lolli

Costume Design by

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Vittorio Rossi

Production Management

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Danilo Marciani ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Giorgio Cristallini ... second unit director

Art Department

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Italo Tomassi ... manager of art department (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Umberto Picistrelli ... sound

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Mario Bava ... visual effects (uncredited)

Music Department

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Gino Marinuzzi Jr. ... conductor
Gordon Zahler ... music supervisor: US version
Darrell Calker ... composer: stock music US version (uncredited)
Walter Greene ... composer: stock music US version (uncredited)
Hans J. Salter ... composer: stock music US version (uncredited)
Leith Stevens ... composer: stock music US version (uncredited)

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Georges Aminel ... voice dubbing: Reg Park, French version
Louis Arbessier ... voice dubbing: Maurizio Coffarelli, French version
Lucien Bryonne ... voice dubbing: Mino Doro, French version
Gabriel Cattand ... voice dubbing: Mimmo Palmara, French version
Jany Clair ... voice dubbing: Laura Efrikian, French version
Jacques Deschamps ... voice dubbing: Ivo Garrani, French version
Ivo Garrani ... voice dubbing: Reg Park, Italian version
Michel Gatineau ... voice dubbing: Mario Petri, French version
Aldo Giuffrè ... voice dubbing: Gian Maria Volontè, Italian version
Hugo Grimaldi ... u.s. version producer/editor
Michel Gudin ... voice dubbing: Enrico Maria Salerno, French version
Claire Guibert ... voice dubbing: Fay Spain, French version
Renato Izzo ... voice dubbing: Luciano Marin, Italian version/voice dubbing: Enrico Maria Salerno, Italian version
Jean-Louis Jemma ... voice dubbing: Luciano Marin, French version
Ernesto Mellina ... voice dubbing: Salvatore Furnari, Italian version
Adriano Micantoni ... voice dubbing: Mario Petri, Italian version
Diego Michelotti ... voice dubbing: Mimmo Palmara, Italian version
Hubert Noël ... voice dubbing: Ettore Manni, French version
Mirella Pace ... voice dubbing: Laura Altan, Italian version
Sergio Rossi ... voice dubbing: Ettore Manni, Italian version
Serge Sauvion ... voice dubbing: Gabriele Tinti, French version
Antonella Steni ... voice dubbing: Luciana Angiolillo, Italian version
Maria Tamar ... voice dubbing: Luciana Angiolillo, French version
Haroun Tazieff ... volcano shots
Peter Vander Sloot ... choreographer
Paul Villé ... voice dubbing: Nando Tamberlani, French version
Jean Violette ... voice dubbing: Gian Maria Volontè, French version

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Plot Summary

The ever intrepid world-trotting hunk of a man Herc (Hercules to those who are not his friends) saves a beautiful maiden from the hands of an evil creature. She takes him to her home, Atlantis. Herc kicks some butt and saves her from her mother who wants to kill her and from some scary looking blond guys but unfortunately the rest of the inhabitants are destroyed. Do not worry because Herc escapes along with his son, the maiden and an annoying midget. Written by Splinter

Plot Keywords
Taglines Half Woman! Half Stone! THE WEIRDEST! THE WILDEST! Half Woman! Half Stone! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Hercule à la conquête de l'Atlantide (France)
  • Hercules and the Captive Women (United States)
  • Hercules Conquers Atlantis (World-wide, English title)
  • Hercules Conquers Atlantis (United Kingdom)
  • La conquista de la Atlántida (Spain)
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Runtime
  • 101 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia This is said to be the only "Hercules" movie filmed in 70mm. See more »
Goofs When they drop the underling into the pit of liquid he is face down, but his skeleton is face up. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Hercules the Avenger (1965). See more »
Quotes Zantas, Priest of Uranus: The blood of Uranus can never be destroyed!
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