Which hercules movie is this?

need some more details was it animated or normal
Theres a movie called hercules which was made in 1958, Its just called
Theres also 1 called hercules in new york i think, has Arnold swartzanegger in it
Theres also another movie called hercules but filmed in 1983
theres a huge bunch of hercules films here but im not sure if any of them is the one you want http://www.1channel.ch/index.php?search_...

What was the name of that roman type movie with that guy ....?

Hercules (2005 TV miniseries)
starring Paul Telfer (as Hercules), Leelee Sobieski, Kim Coates, Timothy Dalton, Sean Astin, Tyler Mane, Elizabeth Perkins
IMDb review~~which is funny and detailed:
Recipe for a Sword & Sandal Movie:
Ingredient 1: A Hero With Muscles. Step aside, Kevin Sorbo. The young actor cast as Herc is no Steve Reeves -- but then, neither was Reg Park or Ed Fury. At least he had big muscles and an enthusiastic delivery. Given that he plays Herc at the beginning of his heroic career, his lack of facial hair was perfectly acceptable. Mythology often characterized Herc as somewhat of an oaf, and the likable goofus who becomes a confident hero worked well in the context of this movie.
Ingredient 2: A Heroine With Big... Hair: The six foot tall Leelee Sobieski would have been better cast as an Amazon rather than a wood nymph in golden body paint, but she's always a likable presence, and, in the final battle, she wields a bow with the best of 'em. As soon as she fondles the wounded Herc's pecs, she falls for The Big Lug and eventually gives him the loving family he so desires. What more motivation does a sword and sandal character need? (The obligatory "heroine caught bathing in the river" scene was also nicely done. )
3: A Hissable Villain: In this case two of 'em: Eurystheus the gay king and Antaeus the brute whose strength comes from contact with the Earth. Though the movie takes liberties with the identity of Antaeus, they were perfectly acceptable within the context of the convolutions of mythology (Oedipus just happens to meet his dad on the road and kill him? What are the odds of THAT?). Its called Dramatic License.
4: A Villainess With Eye Shadow: Herc's mom, Alcmene, is a B-level Livia and Elizabeth Perkins plays her for all she's worth. She and her younger accomplice, Megara, make for a nice tag team of bad girls.
5: Monsters: Though some of the CGI was on the level of a Terrytoon, the Hydra was very nicely done, even moving like a Harryhausen monster. Add centaurs, satyrs, harpies and a Nemean Lion more like a Lion Monster, and I'm a happy viewer.
6: Speeches Delivered To The Gods: Any movie that opens with Timothy Dalton (as Herc's dad Amphitryon) standing on the bow of a storm-tossed ship bellowing, "ZZZEEEEEUUUUSSS!!!!!!!" is off to a good start. Sacrifices to Hera and Herc's speech to The Gods -- sounding like a modernization of The Lone Ranger Creed -- add up to plenty of enjoyably cheesy histrionics.
7: An Oracle: In this version, it's Alcmene who castrates the hermaphroditic Tiresias, turning him into the Oracle of Delphi. Gotta getta prophesy.
8: Battles & Fights: Lots of 'em, with swords, bows, clubs, men against men, men against monsters, The People against soldiers -- if they'd had kitchens in ancient Thebes, Herc would have wielded a sink, I'm sure.
9: A Comic Relief Sidekick: Linus the lute player, played by everyone's favorite sidekick of the moment, Sean Astin. A few pratfalls and wisecracks, and loyalty to The Hero.
NOTE: This is Greek, but it easily could be mistaken for Roman, especially because they call him Hercules, not Herakles. They do stray from most versions of the myth, but they put on a good show. I'm fairly certain that this is your movie~actually, miniseries.

Hercules: the movie?

And ... why did you not watch the movie??
See the Wiki ....In the epic battle, Megara dies while saving Hercules. He then breaks into the Underworld where he negotiates with Hades to free Meg from the Styx in exchange for his own life. His willingness to sacrifice his life restores his godhood and immortality before the life-draining river can kill him, and he rescues Meg and punches Hades into the Styx. After reviving Meg, she and Hercules are summoned to Olympus where Zeus and Hera welcome their son home. (The offered reward!!) So in the movie he does not live in Olympus. In the real Greek Myth - Heracules DOEs become a god and lives there with a new wide Hebe. However in disney;and - Hercules chooses to remain on Earth with Meg. Hercules returns to Thebes where he is hailed as a true hero as Zeus creates a picture of Hercules in the stars commemorating his heroism. (Here's the FAME part from the movie)

Was Hercules a God, part God, or human?

Hercules is born a demi-god. That is, one of his parents is a god (Zeus in this case) and one is a mortal. Hercules' mother is named Alcmene. Alcmene also happens to be Zeus' granddaughter via Perseus, so take that for what you will. Hercules is also one of the very few mortals to become a full god.
The biggest thing he's known for are the 12 labors. Basically, as others have said, Zeus would sleep with anything that stayed still long enough. This massively pisses of Zeus wife Hera, as would be expected, but because Hera can't take it out directly on Zeus, she tends to make life miserable for his kids and lovers. I should also point out that Zeus impersonated Alcmene's husband when he came too her, so the poor lady's really getting a bad deal all around.
In Herc's case Hera tried to prevent his mother from being able to give birth (which almost killed Alcmene). When that didn't work she sent two snakes to kill Hercules in his cradle, and Hercules strangled them.
Then, if I'm remembering right, Hera drove Hercules mad and he murdered his wife and children. To repent for that, the Oracle told him to serve King Eurystheus (Hercules' cousin) for 12 years. If he succeeds, Hercules will become immortal. Now, Herc should have been the king, but because Hera delayed his birth Eurystheus became the king. That leaves Eurystheus in debt to Hera. And so Eurystheus has Hercules do impossible things hoping to get him killed. These are the 12 labors.
The first thing he does is slay the Nemean Lion; a man-eating monster with an impenetrable hide. You normally see Hercules depicted with a lion skin. That's why.
Second, the Hydra. A venomous monster with multiple heads. If you cut one off, two more grow. Hercules dips his arrow heads in the hydra's blood to make them poisonous.
Third capture the Ceryneian Hind. This deer was extremely fast and sacred to the Goddess Artemis. Part of the plan was to get Artemis mad at Hercules, but she forgives him.
Fourth Capture the Erymanthian Boar. Another fearsome monster.
Fifth clean the Augean Stables. These were stables full of immortal animals that hadn't been cleaned for years. Herc was promised some of the cattle if he could clean the stables in a single day, and so he re-routed a river to wash them out. The cattle owner didn't want to give up the cattle, so Herc killed him.
Sixth, kill the Stymphalian birds. Man-eating metal birds with poisonous poop. Hercules scares them out of the trees and shoots them with his hydra blood arrows.
Seventh the Cretan Bull. Hercules was supposed to capture a Bull causing problems on Crete. It may have been the Minotaur's father, not sure on that one.
Eighth, steal the Mares of Diomedes. These are man-eating horses owned by a monster.
Ninth steal the girdle of Hippolyta. Hippolyta was the Queen of the Amazons.
Tenth steal the cattle from Geryon. Geryon was another monster. Hera sent flys and made rivers flood to make Hercules' job harder.
Eleventh, steal a apple of the Hesperides. These apples gave immortality and where guarded by a dragon.
Twelfth, capture and bring back Cerberus. Cerberus is the three headed dog that guards the entrance to Hades. Cerberus scares Eurystheus so much he hides and until Hercules takes the dog back to the underworld.
Hercules eventually marries again, but his bride is kidnapped by the centaur Nessus. Hercules shoots him (again with the hydra arrows), and while he dies, he convinces Hercules's wife that if she saves Nessus' blood, she can uses it as a love potion to keep Hercules faithful.
Herc follows daddy's footsteps and starts playing around, so wife uses the centaurs' blood on a vest and insists Hercules wear it. Turns out that Nessus' blood was toxic because of the Hydra venom, and Hercules gets horribly burned by it. The oracle tells him to build a funeral pyre and set himself on fire, and after he's burned alive he becomes an immortal god (although not an Olympian god).
That's basically Hercules' story, from what I remember. One final thing, his name means something like the Fame of Hera.

Silent Hercules Movie...??

Hercules Returns is a 1993 Australian comedy film directed by David Parker, starring David Argue, Michael Carman, Bruce Spence and Mary Coustas.
Film buff Brad McBain (Argue), a frustrated employee of Australia’s largest cinema chain, The Kent Corporation, quits his job and decides to set up and re-open the Picture Palace, a palatial disused cinema in St Kilda, Melbourne to show classic old films in the old-fashioned style. As a gimmick he chooses the last picture that the cinema featured, Hercules, Samson and Ulysses (an Italian film, originally released in 1963 as Ercole sfida Sansone). When the print arrives at the grand gala opening it is in unsubtitled Italian. This calls for desperate measures and McBain, his projectionist Sprocket (Spence) and his publicist Lisa (Coustas) are forced to improvise voice overs for the entire film with hilarious results. His old boss, Sir Michael Kent (Carman), also attends the screening which ends up with McBain breaking the fourth wall when Kent tries to sabotage the show and they have a fight in the projection room.
Absolutely hilarious!

Who is in hercules the cartoon movie?

The movie is very different from the Greek myth of Hercules. His real mother was Alcmene. He's a demi-god.
Zeus (The king of all gods; God of the sky and thunder) Quite different in myth from the Disney movie. Has alot of kids by different women/or by Godesses
Hades (God of death) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hades_(Disn...
Hera (hated Heracules and tried to kill him several times in Greek myth)
Goddess of Childbirth and Marriage. Sister and wife of Zeus.
Fates (aka the Moirae, their names:Clothos, Lachesis and Atropos) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moirae
Feared among even the Gods
Pegasus was created by Poseidon and never met Heracules in myths.
Nessus (the centaur when Hercules and Meg met in the movie) was killed by Hercules in Greek mythology.
Meg was only in the movie.
Aphrodite (Goddess of love) She kissed someone in the movie. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aphrodite
Poseidon (God of Sea) You see him put on armor.
Hephaestus (The peg-legged god of fire and the gods' blacksmith) The god who made Zeus's lighting bolts in the movie.
Ares (God of War)
Athena (Goddess of wisdom, peace, warfare, strategy, handicrafts and reason, shrewd companion of heroes and the goddess of heroic endeavour.) She had an owl in the movie seen with her.
Apollo (God of the Sun) Seen him in the movie making the sky turn to night on his chariot.
Hermes (Messenger of the gods and god of thieves) He's the ones with the glasses.
Bacchus (or known as Dionysus; God of the vine and partying) He's the drunk looking one in the movie. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dionysus
Achilles (only mentioned in the movie) Greek hero of the Trojan War. The phrase, "Achilles' heel" comes from him and his death.
He was married 4 times. His first marriage was to Megara, whose children he murdered in a fit of madness when Hera struck him with temporary madness. In Apollodoros, (Bibliotheke) recounts that Megara was unharmed and given in marriage to Iolaus, while in Euripides' version Heracles killed Megara, too.
He was poisoned by his 3rd wife, Deianira, when she feared he would leave her for another woman (Iole)

Hercules Movie and Story?

The Disney Movie Hercules is an animated comedy based on the life of the presumed demi god Herecles, the progeny of Zeus and a mortal names after the goddess Hera in an afront to her so that his life became one ordeal after another to keep hera happy as opposed to how the movie portrays the story of Hercules the wannabee hero will to risk death to be with the girl of his dreams on to find that she works for Hades who is the bad guy i the story not Hera and in the end Hercules gets the girl unlike in mythology where Herecles never got the girl of his dreams and eventually disappeared never to be certain of his fate.

What Hercules movie was your favorite of all time?

This has got to be the Hercules movie played by Steve Reeves, my gosh!
In 1957, Reeves went to Italy and played the title character in Francisci's Hercules, which was released in Italy in February of 1959 and in the U.S. in July of 1959. Following the U.S. release, the film was an enormous hit and created a new sub-genre of the sword and sandal film (also known as the peplum film): The 'Hercules' or 'strong man' movie. From 1959 through 1964, Reeves went on to appear in a string of sword and sandal movies, and although he is best known for his portrayal of the Greek hero Hercules, he played the character only twice - in the 1958 film Hercules and the sequel Hercules Unchained (released in the U.S. in 1960).
He got the best Hercules body I've ever seen. In the eyes of Arnold Schwarzenegger in Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding, "No champion was known to the general public--that is, until Steve Reeves came along. Reeves was the right man in the right place at the right time. He was handsome, personable, and had a magnificent physique. Survivors from the Muscle Beach era recall how crowds used to follow Reeves when he walked along the beach, and how people who knew nothing about him would simply stop and stare, awestruck".
If I lived already at those times, I'll be one of those mesmerised crowd..Too bad we won't be seeing that kind of man in our era today, except, idol Arnold Schwarzenegger, of course..

Disney movie Hercules mistakes?

Well Hercules is the name that the Romans took from the Greek name which was Heracles (HAIR-ack-Kleez) Which if I'm not mistaken the movie took place in Greece so they were suposed to say Heracles in that movie. Hera was not his origional Mother. In fact she attempted to kill him. She was not near as weepy and kind as in the movie. The titans weren't near as big as they were portrayed either. They were totally normal except their creepazoid powers which they got from their father Uranus "Heaven" and mother Gaia "Earth" The youngest was Zeus' father Cronus. Philoctetes is not a Satyr! He was a very trusted and human! friend of Heracles! Phil was like a son to him. His lover/mistress (not wife, mistress) was not named Meg. Her name was Acca Larentia. He won her in a game of Dice. In another Roman legend Hercules married her off to the shepherd Faustulus, who saved the lives of the twins Romulus and Remus after they had been thrown into the Tiber. That's about as much as I know. Hope This Helps.

SCi-Fi's Hercules movie?

I believe his name is Paul Telfer. I'll check on that. // Yep! I'm right!
Paul Telfer
IMDB filmography:
Miss Conception (2008) .... Luca
... aka Miss Conception (USA: new title)
Young Alexander the Great (2007) .... Hephaestion
"Navy NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service" .... Marine Corporal Damon Werth (1 episode, 2007)
... aka NCIS (USA: short title)
... aka NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service (USA: new title)
- Corporal Punishment (2007) TV episode .... Marine Corporal Damon Werth
"Hotel Babylon" .... Luke Marwood (5 episodes, 2007)
- Episode #2.5 (2007) TV episode .... Luke Marwood
- Episode #2.4 (2007) TV episode .... Luke Marwood
- Episode #2.3 (2007) TV episode .... Luke Marwood
- Episode #2.2 (2007) TV episode .... Luke Marwood
- Episode #2.1 (2007) TV episode .... Luke Marwood
Hercules (2005/I) (TV) .... Hercules
Spartacus (2004) (TV) .... Gannicus
"Mile High" .... Rory (1 episode, 2003)
- Episode #1.1 (2003) TV episode .... Rory
"Is Harry on the Boat?" .... Matt (1 episode, 2002)
- Episode #1.3 (2002) TV episode .... Matt
Here's the IMDB site, where you can check out what they have to say about him in the forum: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1533208/
Even better, here's a link to a page of images. Click on pics to your heart's content 'cause he's a cutie! http://images.search.yahoo.com/search/im...
From Wikipedia:
Paul Telfer (born October 30, 1979, Paisley, Scotland) is a Scottish-born actor, who has lived and worked in England and the United States. Paul graduated with First Class honours in Film Studies from the University of Kent at Canterbury in 1999.
He has appeared in episodes of two Sky One series: Is Harry on the Boat? (2002) (as Matt, a handsome airline ground crew member who is tragically untalented on the dancefloor) and Mile High (2003) (as Rory, a male stripper).
He has also appeared in a series of ancient history and mythological epics: as Gannicus in the 2004 TV movie Spartacus, Hephaestion in the 2007 movie Young Alexander the Great, and the title role in the 2005 TV miniseries Hercules.
In 2007 he appeared in five episodes of the second series of the BBC drama Hotel Babylon (as Luke, a less-than-trustworthy bellboy) and also in the TV series NCIS. He played Marine Corporal Damon Werth, a psychotic Marine recently returned from an Iraq tour of duty, and it transpires, a product of a secret government experiment. The episode, "Corporal Punishment", was broadcast across North America on the CBS network.
He has also lived in New Zealand during the past few years, and has co-written theater work. Away from acting he posed nude in the women's magazine Cosmopolitan in support of the testicular and prostate cancer charity Everyman.
Paul is in a long-term relationship with West End and Broadway actress, Carmen Cusack.
NOTE: There also is a Paul Telfer who is an athlete.