History Disney / Hercules

22nd Jul '16 12:31:17 PM ChaoticNovelist
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** Hephaestus didn't make Zeus' thunderbolts. Those were the product of Cyclopes that didn't oppose him in the war.

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** Hephaestus didn't make Zeus' thunderbolts. Those were the product of Cyclopes that didn't oppose him in the war.war with his father.
15th Jul '16 1:25:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* RedHeadedHero: Herc has red hair and is TheProtagonist of the film and midquel TV series.
10th Jul '16 8:49:02 PM ThorfinnRowle
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* YourSizeMayVary: The titans. While they usually stand at about a hundred feet tall or so, when we first see them they are almost as tall as mountains. Especially noticeable when Lythos (the rock titan) is able to crush an entire town with his foot!
6th Jul '16 10:34:24 AM Sabrewing
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** The name of the hero is "Her'''cu'''les" (the Latinization), not "Her'''ak'''les", yet the gods are given their Greek names (mostly). Ironically the Greek "Herakles" makes more sense in this version, as it means "Glory of Hera", and considering that in this adaptation Hera is both his actual mother, and a loving and supporting one, the name would make far more sense than in the original myth, where she hated his guts and tried to have him killed repeatedly.

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** The name of the hero is "Her'''cu'''les" (the Latinization), not "Her'''ak'''les", yet the gods are given their Greek names (mostly). Ironically the Greek "Herakles" makes more sense in this version, as it means "Glory of Hera", and considering that in this adaptation Hera is both his actual mother, and a loving and supporting one, the name would make far more sense than in the original myth, where she hated his guts and tried to have him killed repeatedly.repeatedly (the name being an attempt to pacify her wrath).
19th Jun '16 2:00:38 PM ngh93
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* HydraProblem: Yup. "Will you forget the head-slicing thing!?"

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* HydraProblem: Yup. "Will you forget the head-slicing thing!?""WILL YOU FORGET THE HEAD-SLICING THING!?"
7th Jun '16 7:53:29 PM Josef5678
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* AdultFear: Zeus and Hera's terror when the realize baby Hercules has disappeared from his cradle, which by all rights ''should'' have been perfectly safe and secure.

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* AdultFear: Zeus and Hera's terror when the they realize baby Hercules has disappeared from his cradle, which by all rights ''should'' have been perfectly safe and secure.
7th Jun '16 12:38:30 PM JoieDeCombat
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* AdultFear: Surprising? Check Zeus and Hera's reaction when they discover baby Hercules is no longer in his crib and they have to watch another couple raise him from afar at the beginning.

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* AdultFear: Surprising? Check Zeus and Hera's reaction terror when they discover the realize baby Hercules is no longer in has disappeared from his crib and they cradle, which by all rights ''should'' have to watch another couple raise him from afar at the beginning.been perfectly safe and secure.
7th Jun '16 12:24:20 PM dsneybuf
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* VanillaEdition: This became one of the first four movies in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo released on UsefulNotes/{{DVD}}, as part of the ''Walt Disney Limited Issues'' series in late 1999.[[note]]Its DVD came out one week after the initial release of ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', and the same day that ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' and ''Disney/{{Mulan}}'' made their DVD debuts.[[/note]] Unfortunately, the disc contains only a non-anamorphic presentation of the movie, a making-of featurette that runs less than 10 minutes, and a Ricky Martin music video for the Spanish version of "Go the Distance". A second DVD release as part of the ''Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' made literally no improvement to the picture or the extras. The UsefulNotes/BluRay has vastly improved picture and sound, but just one additional bonus feature: a sing along of "Zero to Hero".

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* VanillaEdition: This became one of the first four movies in the Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon that Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo released on UsefulNotes/{{DVD}}, as part of the ''Walt Disney Limited Issues'' Issues series in late 1999.[[note]]Its DVD came out one week after the initial release of ''Disney/{{Pinocchio}}'', and the same day that ''Disney/OneHundredAndOneDalmatians'' and ''Disney/{{Mulan}}'' made their DVD debuts.[[/note]] Unfortunately, the disc contains only a non-anamorphic presentation of the movie, a making-of featurette that runs less than 10 minutes, and a Ricky Martin music video for the Spanish version of "Go the Distance". A second DVD release release, as part of the ''Walt Walt Disney Gold Classic Collection'' Collection, made literally no improvement to the picture or the extras. The UsefulNotes/BluRay has vastly improved picture and sound, but just one additional bonus feature: a sing along of "Zero to Hero".
4th Jun '16 2:26:19 AM Dingbot
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** The fish that Hercules picks up when facing down Nessus bears a striking resemblance to a certain [[Film/TheIncredibleMrLimpet Mr. Limpet.]]
4th Jun '16 1:24:39 AM Dingbot
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* MsFanservice: Meg is drawn to be a lot more sexy than the usual Disney heroine, sharing a similar body type to [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Jessica Rabbot]]. She also gets scenes like when she washes herself in the river and seduces Hercules.

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* MsFanservice: Meg is drawn to be a lot more sexy than the usual Disney heroine, sharing a similar body type to [[Film/WhoFramedRogerRabbit Jessica Rabbot]].Rabbit]]. She also gets scenes like when she washes herself in the river and seduces Hercules.
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