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* GratuituousPrincess: According to Falina, she is a princess, although her status as royalty is entirely inconsequential to the plot. She could have been just any mortal woman and the story would still have been the same.

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* GratuituousPrincess: GratuitousPrincess: According to Falina, she is a princess, although her status as royalty is entirely inconsequential to the plot. She could have been just any mortal woman and the story would still have been the same.


As par the course for UAV, the film is a [[TheMockbuster mockbuster]] of the Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Disney/{{Hercules}}''.

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As par the course for UAV, the film is a [[TheMockbuster mockbuster]] of the Creator/{{Disney}} film ''Disney/{{Hercules}}''.
''WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}}''.



* {{Expy}}: Falina is this film's equivalent of Megara from [[Disney/{{Hercules}} the Disney version]]. Both are sassy female characters who end up as [[spoiler:the love interest]] of Hercules.

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* {{Expy}}: Falina is this film's equivalent of Megara from [[Disney/{{Hercules}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}} the Disney version]]. Both are sassy female characters who end up as [[spoiler:the love interest]] of Hercules.



* SadlyMythtaken: Hercules never rode Pegasus in the actual myths (granted, that's not [[WesternAnimation/TheMightyHercules the first time]] [[Disney/{{Hercules}} this has happened]] in an adaptation of Hercules), or fought Medusa.

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* SadlyMythtaken: Hercules never rode Pegasus in the actual myths (granted, that's not [[WesternAnimation/TheMightyHercules the first time]] [[Disney/{{Hercules}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Hercules}} this has happened]] in an adaptation of Hercules), or fought Medusa.


* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: According to Falina, she is a princess, although her status as royalty is entirely inconsequential to the plot. She could have been just any mortal woman and the story would still have been the same.


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* GratuituousPrincess: According to Falina, she is a princess, although her status as royalty is entirely inconsequential to the plot. She could have been just any mortal woman and the story would still have been the same.


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''The Amazing Feats of Young Hercules'' is a 1997 DirectToVideo AnimatedMusical by Creator/UAVEntertainment. It tells the story of Hercules, a demi-god teenager, who longs to be free and be just like his father Zeus. Zeus gives him the chance to by giving him four challenges, which he accepts. Along the way, Hercules meets Falina, a [[TalkingAnimal talking]] sable, who becomes his sidekick. She was once a gorgeous human princess, but was transformed by the vindictive Hera.

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''The Amazing Feats of Young Hercules'' is a 1997 DirectToVideo AnimatedMusical by Creator/UAVEntertainment. It tells the story of Hercules, a demi-god teenager, who longs to be free and be just like his father Zeus. Zeus gives him the chance to by giving him four challenges, which he accepts. Along the way, Hercules meets Falina, a [[TalkingAnimal talking]] {{talking|Animal}} sable, who becomes his sidekick. She was once a gorgeous human princess, but was transformed by the vindictive Hera.






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* HumanityEnsues: [[spoiler:Falina is turned back into a human girl by Zeus, and it's implied that she and Hercules fall in love with each other when that happens]].


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* TurningBackHuman: [[spoiler:Falina is turned back into a human girl by Zeus, and it's implied that she and Hercules fall in love with each other when that happens]].


* VocalDissonance: Though she is a sable for the vast majority of the film, at the end we see Falina is a princess who is likely in her late teens or twenties... but her voice is very scratchy and sounds more like that of a middle-aged woman.

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* VocalDissonance: Though she is a sable for the vast majority of the film, at the end we see Falina is a princess who is likely in her late teens or twenties... but her voice is very scratchy and sounds more like that of a middle-aged woman.woman who smokes heavily.


* TakeMeInstead: [[spoiler:Hercules when Falina is attacked by the snake.]]

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* TakeMeInstead: [[spoiler:Hercules when Falina is attacked by the snake.]]]]
* VocalDissonance: Though she is a sable for the vast majority of the film, at the end we see Falina is a princess who is likely in her late teens or twenties... but her voice is very scratchy and sounds more like that of a middle-aged woman.

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* PrincessInRags: It can be assumed that the princess Falina's transformation into a sable resulted in a sort of fall from grace as she has been reduced to peddling umbrellas. Her money-grubbing ways would also indicate that she lost the fortune she would have had as a royal.

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* IAmNotWeasel: Hercules mistakes Falina for a weasel when he meets her.
-->'''Falina:''' That's ''sable'', muscle boy! I'm a ''sable'', not a ''weasel''! Got it?


* SnarkyNonHumanSideKick: Falina, although [[spoiler:she wasn't always a sable, and is returned to her human form at the end of the movie]].

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* SnarkyNonHumanSideKick: Falina, although [[spoiler:she she wasn't always a sable, and [[spoiler:and is returned to her human form at the end of the movie]].

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* SnarkyNonHumanSideKick: Falina, although [[spoiler:she wasn't always a sable, and is returned to her human form at the end of the movie]].

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* EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses: According to Falina, she is a princess, although her status as royalty is entirely inconsequential to the plot. She could have been just any mortal woman and the story would still have been the same.

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* {{Expy}}: Falina is this film's equivalent of Megara from [[Disney/{{Hercules}} the Disney version]]. Both are sassy female characters who end up as [[spoiler:the love interest]] of Hercules.


''The Amazing Feats of Young Hercules'' is a 1997 DirectToVideo AnimatedMusical by Creator/UAVEntertainment. It tells the story of Hercules, a demi-god teenager, who longs to be free and be just like his father Zeus. Zeus gives him the chance to by giving him four challenges, which he accepts.

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''The Amazing Feats of Young Hercules'' is a 1997 DirectToVideo AnimatedMusical by Creator/UAVEntertainment. It tells the story of Hercules, a demi-god teenager, who longs to be free and be just like his father Zeus. Zeus gives him the chance to by giving him four challenges, which he accepts. \n Along the way, Hercules meets Falina, a [[TalkingAnimal talking]] sable, who becomes his sidekick. She was once a gorgeous human princess, but was transformed by the vindictive Hera.

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* DeadpanSnarker: Falina

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