->''You have strucked Hercules!''
A comedy from 1969 (also known as ''Hercules Goes Bananas''), most notable as the film debut of Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger ([[StageNames credited as]] Arnold Strong), who was still [[NonActorVehicle transitioning]] from bodybuilding to acting.
After Hercules complains to his father Zeus about not being allowed to adventure in the lands of men, Zeus sends Hercules on Earth, where HilarityEnsues as he comes across various situations which he solves with his SuperStrength.
!!This film has examples of:
* BearsAreBadNews: At one point Hercules' date comes to a halt when he has to fight a bear that has escaped from a zoo.
* BullyingADragon: Hercules pisses off Rod Nelson, who punches him in the stomach, to [[NoSell no effect whatsoever]]. Somehow this doesn't deter Rod, who [[TooDumbToLive mocks Hercules (thinking he's faking it) and asks him to step outside.]] Hercules responds by chucking the guy across the room.
* DumbMuscle: Hercules is not the brightest of the bunch.
* FishOutOfWater: Hercules has no idea how life outside of Olympus functions, and gets himself into trouble repeatedly through his cluelessness.
* MrFanservice: You don't cast a bodybuilder without having him take off his shirt at least once!
* NapoleonDelusion: Rod name-checks the trope in a conversation with the Camdens after Hercules reveals himself.
* OddCouple: The proud, muscular, and belligerent Hercules with the weedy, nasal-voiced street vendor Pretzie.
* PecFlex: Herc gratuitously flexes his pectoral muscles before throwing a javelin.
* RecurringRiff: A Greek-sounding riff plays a lot.
* SadlyMythtaken: The film liberally mixes up Greek and Roman lore with Christianity, for instance Hercules' allies Mercury and Venus (of whom the latter [[TakingTheHeat claims all responsibility]] when interrogated) sending both Atlas and Samson to aid him in the climax.
* SameLanguageDub: Arnold's voice was originally dubbed due to his thick accent, but the DVD releases of the film give the viewer an option to watch the movie either with the dub or with his real voice.
* SuperStrength: Hercules' schtick.
* ThirdPersonPerson: Hercules often talks this way.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Hercules' LoveInterest Helen disappears after the climax, leaving Pretzie the only one to receive a farewell message from the big lug.