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The Adventures of Hercules ()

Le avventure dell'incredibile Ercole (original title)
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Hercules searches for the Seven Thunderbolts of Zeus, which have been stolen by renegade gods.

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Hercules
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Urania
Sonia Viviani ...
Glaucia
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King Minos
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Athena (as Carlotta Green)
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Zeus
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Poseidon (as Nando Poggi)
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Hera
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High Priest
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Flora
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Aphrodite (as Margi Newton)
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Ilia
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Atreus
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Euryale
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Dedalos (as Eva Robbins)
Sandra Venturini ...
Teti
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First Amazon (as Andrea Nicole)
Alessandra Canale ...
Deianira
Pamela Prati ...
Aracne
Christina Basili ...
The Little People
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Pino Locchi ...
Narratore (uncredited)
Paola Marcari ...
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Directed by

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Luigi Cozzi ... (as Lewis Coates)

Written by

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Luigi Cozzi ... (written by) (as Lewis Coates)

Produced by

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Alfred Pecoriello ... producer
John Thompson ... executive producer
Yoram Globus ... producer (uncredited)
Menahem Golan ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Pino Donaggio

Cinematography by

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Alberto Spagnoli ... (photography)

Film Editing by

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Sergio Montanari

Editorial Department

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Loredana Cruciani ... first assistant editor
Maria Gianandrea ... first assistant editor
Roberto Gianandrea ... first assistant editor
Giorgio Venturoli ... fourth assistant editor

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Massimo Antonello Geleng ... (as Tony Gelleng)

Costume Design by

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Adriana Spadaro

Makeup Department

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Iolanda Conti ... hairdresser (as Jolanda Conti)
Annalisa Coppa ... first assistant hairdresser
Lamberto Marini ... makeup artist
Alvaro Rossi ... first assistant makeup artist

Production Management

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Fabio Diotallevi ... production supervisor
Vittorio Galiano ... production manager
Ricky Sacco ... production supervisor (as Rick Sacco)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Massimo Galiano ... second assistant director
Giancarlo Santi ... assistant director
Armando Valcauda ... third assistant director

Art Department

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Francesco Cuppini ... set dresser (as Francesco Cupini)
Lucio Di Domenico ... draftsman
Vittorio Zitelli ... prop man

Sound Department

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Angelo Amatulli ... boom man
Luciano Anzellotti ... special sound effects
Massimo Anzellotti ... special sound effects
Stanley B. Gill ... sound recordist
Romano Pampaloni ... sound mixer
Roberto Petrozzi ... sound mixer
Gene Luotto ... post-synchronization supervisor (uncredited)

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Giovanni Corridori ... special effects

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Alain Costa ... cell animation and rotoscoping
Jean Manuel Costa ... stop-motion sequences
Paolo Di Girolamo ... cell animation and rotoscoping
Giancarlo Ferrando ... miniatures and models
Tiziano Giulianini ... cell animation and rotoscoping
Walter Minnelli ... miniatures and models
Joseph Nathanson ... special visual effects (as Josef Natanson)
Dario Piana ... miniatures and models / videotape sequences
Pascal Pinteau ... miniatures and models
Piergiorgio Pozzi ... miniatures and models
Raffaele Radice ... cell animation and rotoscoping
Marco Ticozzelli ... cell animation and rotoscoping
Jean Manuel Costa ... special visual effects (uncredited)
Armando Valcauda ... special visual effects (uncredited)
Paolo Zeccara ... model maker (uncredited)

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Rocco Lerro ... stunt coordinator
Ottaviano Dell'Acqua ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Giancarlo Bachetti ... gaffer
Tommaso Bartolozzi ... gaffer
Franco Bruni ... camera operator
Domenico Caiuli ... gaffer
Daniele Cimini ... second camera assistant
Mario Massaccesi ... first gaffer
Mario Occhioni ... grip
Arrigo Posta ... grip
Pierino Quacquarini ... grip
Giancarlo Rocchetti ... key grip
Luciano Ronconi ... stillman
Romolo Siani ... grip
Guido Tosi ... first camera assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giovanna Covolo ... wardrobe
Floriana Scalabrelli ... costumer (uncredited)

Music Department

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Natale Massara ... conductor

Script and Continuity Department

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Fiorella Mariani ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Pietro Sottile ... truck driver

Additional Crew

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Olivier Gérard ... production assistant (as Gerard Olivier)
Edilio Kim ... publicist (as Kim Gatti)
Renato Pecoriello ... production accountant
Alessandra Spagnuolo ... production secretary
Vittoria Febbi ... voice dubbing: Serena Grandi (uncredited)
Emanuela Rossi ... voice dubbing: Laura Lenzi (uncredited)

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Plot Summary

When three traitorous goddesses steal seven magical thunderbolts with unearthly power, it falls to one man with the strength of one hundred to save the universe from eternal chaos and darkness: Hercules. As an Olympian array of monstrous villains line up to claim Hercules' head, our protagonist must summon every last ounce of his formidable strength to defeat them all, recover the thunderbolts, and take to the cosmos itself for one final battle with his arch-nemesis, King Minos.

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Taglines The World Needed a Hero. It Got a Legend. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Le avventure di Ercole II (Italy)
  • The Adventures of Hercules (United States)
  • Hercules II (World-wide, English title)
  • The Adventures of Hercules (World-wide, English title)
  • The Adventures of Hercules (United Kingdom)
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  • 88 min
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Trivia According to an interview with director Luigi Cozzi, the movie wasn't planned as a sequel to Hercules (1983). He was asked by the producers Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus to film scenes for I sette magnifici gladiatori (1983) to save it. After they saw what he filmed, they asked him to write a story around the scenes, and make a few more with Lou Ferrigno, not telling him that he was involved in a sequel to Hercules (1983). See more »
Goofs When Herc and Urania see the shield on the beach, it is only partially covered with sand and easily visible as they approach it. In the next scene Urania is bending down to uncover it and it is completely covered and not visible until she removes the sand and lifts it. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into Blood on Méliès' Moon (2016). See more »
Quotes Hercules: I must find a way to overcome the fire monster's radiant hate.
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