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  1. List of Disney's Hercules characters - Wikipedia

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    Hercules. Hercules is the title character of the franchise. He is based on the mythological Heracles, most known under the Roman spelling Hercules.In the original movie, Josh Keaton voiced Hercules as a teenager, while Tate Donovan was the hero as an adult, and Roger Bart was Hercules' singing voice in the song "Go the Distance".

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  3. Hercules (1997) - Full Cast & Crew - IMDb

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  6. Hercules (1997 film) - Wikipedia

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    The 35th Disney animated feature film and the eighth animated film produced during the Disney Renaissance, the film was directed by Ron Clements and John Musker. The film is loosely based on the legendary hero Heracles (known in the film by his Roman name, Hercules), the son of Zeus, in Greek mythology.

    • Alice Dewey, Ron Clements, John Musker
    • Alan Menken
  7. Hercules | Disney Wiki | Fandom

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    The film begins with the five muses, \\"Goddesses of the arts and pro-claimers of heroes\\", telling the story of how Zeus came to power and prevented the monstrous Titans from ruling the world. This leads to the day Hercules is born to Zeus and Hera, much to the pleasure of the other gods except Hades, who receives word from the Fates that Hercules will one day rise to power and prevent him from taking control of the world. He sends his minions, Pain and Panic (a duo reminiscent of Ares's mythol...

    In the film, Hercules is the son of Zeus and Hera. In the Greek myth, Heracles (or Herakles) is the son of Zeus and a mortal, earth-born woman, Alcmene. Alcmene and her husband, Amphitryon, appear in the Disney's Hercules version, as Hercules' \\"foster parents\\".Hades, voiced by James Woods, is cast as the villain. This idea is similar to that of the Hades of the Marvel Universe (and to a lesser extent, Loki of the Thor series), who wanted to overthrow Zeus and was an ambitious, evil scheming g...

    1. Tate Donovan as Hercules, based on the mythological deity Heracles. Supervising animator Andreas Deja described Hercules as \\"...not a smart aleck, not streetwise, he's just a naive kid trapped in a big body\\", and that Donovan \\"had a charming yet innocent quality in his readings\\". Donovan had not done any voice-over work prior to Hercules. Deja integrated Donovan's \\"charming yet innocent quality\\" into Hercules' expressions. Ricky Martin provided both the speaking voice and singing voice fo...

    1. On Classic Disney: 60 Years of Musical Magic, \\"One Last Hope\\" is included on the purple disc, and \\"I Won't Say (I'm in Love)\\" is on the orange disc. 2. Disney's Greatest Hits also includes \\"I Won't Say (I'm in Love)\\" on the blue disc and \\"Go the Distance\\" on the green disc. 3. \\"I Won't Say (I'm in Love)\\" was also used in the short-lived Disney musical revue On the Record.

    Many events of Greek mythology are mentioned by the various deific characters within the film in the past tense, either explaining the events to Hercules or referencing an example. However, several of the events mentioned occurred either during or after the life of the mythological Hercules. These include: 1. Golden Fleece: The quest for the Golden Fleece, featuring Jason and the Argonauts, took place during the life of Hercules and featured him as a member of the Argonauts. However, the Argo...

    1. When Hercules walks into Phil's house on the island, he hits his head on the mast of the Argo. Phil tells him to be careful. This is a reference to Jason of the legends of Jason and the Argonauts, who died when the mast of the Argo fell on him. 2. During Hercules' training, he practices a form of karate. This is a reference to the 1984 film, The Karate Kid. 3. The animators spent 6 to 14 hours to render a frame of the Hydra depending on how many heads it had. 1. After Hercules defeats Nes...

    1. Caricatures of directors John Musker and Ron Clements can be spotted working on the archway that Hercules smashes into at the beginning of the Agora scene. 2. Scar from The Lion King makes a cameo appearance as the dead Nemean Lion worn by Hercules while his portrait is being painted. 3. Megara calls Pain and Panic (in disguise) \\"a couple of rodents looking for a theme park,\\" which alludes Mickey, Minnie, and the Disney Parks. 4. During the song \\"I Won't Say (I'm in Love)\\", the Muses appe...

  8. Hercules | Disney Wiki | Fandom

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    Personality

    Since learning the truth about his parentage, Hercules's head began to fill with dreams of becoming a true hero, realizing it would lead him to where he truly belongs since throughout most of his life, he always felt out of place in the world. While his strength is well above average, Hercules isn't all that intelligent, but what the hero lacks in outstanding brains, the more he makes up for it in his compassion and the desire to do good. Hercules's heroism is especially appreciated in a worl...

    Physical appearance

    Hercules has short strawberry-blond hair and blue eyes and wears a brown bandanna on his head. In his god form while he was still an infant before two of Hades' lackeys Pain and Panic remove his godhood by forcefully drinking a magic potion to stop his crying and emerging at the River of Styx after he saves Megara's spirit as an adult, his hair becomes golden blonde and lightens up in a golden hue. As an infant, he only wears a white Roman-type diaper and wears a red necklace with a golden Ze...

    Powers and Abilities

    1. Superhuman Strength: Hercules possesses high level superhuman strength. This was his sole remaining godly power after being rendered mortal and appears to be higher than most other gods or titans. In the Disney Universe, only Zeus, Bill Cipher, and Geniecan rival or surpass him in strength. 2. Enhanced Durability and Stamina:Although being incomparable to that of immortal Gods, his stamina and entire body including skin are seen to be strong enough to withstand his own actions that are bey...

    Hercules was born on Mount Olympus with all the powers of a god to his loving parents, Zeus and Hera. On the celebration of his birth, during which the Olympian Gods present the infant god with a multitude of gifts, Zeus himself creates the winged-horse Pegasus as a gift. It seems to be a joyous occasion, although one god is not happy about the new arrival: Hercules' evil uncle Hades, Lord of the Underworld. Hades tried to give his gift, a spiked skull-shaped pacifier to Hercules by attemptin...

    The animated series is set in the period between his teenage years and his first journey to Thebes as an adult, while he is still in training as a hero on Phil's island. The series also reveals that, on Zeus' instruction, Hercules attends a high school called the Prometheus Academy. While there, he befriends Icarus and Cassandra and gains a rivalry with Adonis. Hercules also battles various monsters like Orthos and meet characters like Alexander the Great. Many of the Olympian Gods and Goddes...

    He also appears in the television series House of Mouse. Hercules can also be seen during the opening songwith Phil and Megara. In the episode "Salute to Sports", Hercules is competing in the Olympics with Donald Duck. He is seen in "Everybody Loves Mickey" when Meg compliments Mickeyon his heroic cartoon. In "Donald Wants to Fly", Hercules and Phil are seen watching Carpet's stunt performance, which echoes some of the trials that Hercules went through during "One Last Hope". In "Ask Von Drak...

    Hercules appears on the show, portrayed by Jonathan Whitesell. He appeared in the episode "Labor of Love". Like in the movie, he was on a quest to return to Mount Olympus. While on his last quest (to defeating 12 beasts and collect 12 labors) he stumbled across Snow White. He listened to Snow White's troubles and decided to train her to become a hero, and taught her to shoot arrows. She faced a group of bandits traumatizing a village but failed. Hercules then knocked on the ground to cause an...

    Hercules was mentioned in the School of Secrets, but in Return to the Isle of the Lost: A Descendants Novel, it is revealed that he has a son named Herkie on the Auradon PrepTourney Team.

    Kingdom Hearts series

    Hercules is one of the primary characters featured in the Kingdom Hearts series. Appearing in the first game, Hercules is encountered by Sora, Donald, Goofy, and Cloud Strife after the group runs into Cerberus. Upon the defeat of Cerberus, Hercules is impressed with the trio and encourages them to continue training. When they leave, Hercules reveals to Phil that he had already worn out Cerberus by the time Sora and company came to fight him. In Kingdom Hearts II, Hercules has continued fighti...

    Hercules used to appear at the Disney theme parks for meet-and-greets but is now a retired character.

    Despite being the son of the king and queen of the gods, Hercules himself is not considered a prince nor is he featured in the Disney Princesline up, this is likely due to his movie's lack of success.
    In one episode of the series, a messenger asks for Hercules but mistakes the name as Heracles. Hercules is the Roman equivalent of the Greek name Heracles.
    He is the only one in the movie that is called by his Roman name.
    In the original myths, Hercules is driven mad by Hera's jealousy of another step-son and kills his own wife and children.
  9. Olympian Gods | Disney Wiki | Fandom

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    • Olympian Gods and Goddesses
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    Physical Appearance

    All Olympian gods and goddesses are human in appearance but far greater in height and stature; though they can manifest themselves to the heights of typical humans for interactions sake. They possess a glowing aura of divinity emitting from their body; also, they possess a wide range of skin and hair color.

    Powers and Abilities

    The Olympians Gods and Goddesses are incredibly powerful beings that possess abilities such as: near omnipotence, immortality, superhuman strength, shape-shifting, teleportation, and omnipresence. The gods also possess energy based abilities, such as magic abilities and energy projection. They can grant powers to non-godly things, since some are capable of life-giving to objects or giving supernatural powers to who don't possess it with ease. However, unlike in myth, their superhuman physical...

    This list consists of gods who only have any significant role in the animated series. 1. Apollo: God of the Sun, music, prophecy and twin brother of Artemis. 2. Ares: God of war, brother of Athena, and founder of Sparta. 3. Artemis: Goddess of the Moon, hunting, and wildlife, twin sister of Apollo. 4. Athena: Goddess of wisdom, sister of Ares, and founder of Athens. 5. Aphrodite: Goddess of love, and beauty. 6. Dionysus: God of wine and celebrations. 7. Demeter: Goddess of the earth, harvest, fruits, flowers and elder sister to Zeus, Poseidon and Hades. 8. Hades: God of the underworld and brother of Zeus. 9. Hephaestus: God of the fire, forge and fiancee of Aphrodite. 10. Hera: Queen of the gods, and goddess of marriage and womanhood. 11. Hermes: God of travelers, thieves and messenger of the gods. 12. Hestia: Goddess of the hearth and family. 13. Poseidon: God of the seas and brother of Zeus. 14. Zeus: King of the Greek gods, and god of sky, justice, and lightning.

    In original Greek mythology, most, if not all the Olympian gods and goddesses, were related in one form or another, such as Athena and Ares being children of Zeus, and husband and wife Zeus and Her...
    A lot of the gods and goddesses are portrayed as being much more benevolent in the movie than in the original myths, especially Hera and Zeus. Conversely, Hades is portrayed as being more malevolen...
    In Once Upon a Time, Poseidon, Hades and Zeus are the only Olympian Gods who appear in the show. The demi-god Hercules also appears. In the case of Demeter and Persephone, their roles were replaced...
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