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Hercules is a film about the adventures of Hercules, the son of Zeus in Greek [after Pegasus blows out his flaming hair] Whoa! Narrator: [First lines] Long ago, in the far away land of ancient Greece, there . [Starts lifting a heavy weight]: Phil: [stops and looks back] I thought you were going to be the all-time champ. Jonathan Freeman as Jafar · Linda Larkin as Princess Jasmine · Scott Weinger as Aladdin The soul in question, Jafar, approaches Hades and demands to be sent back. When Hercules, Phil and Pegasus arrive in Agrabah, Aladdin, Jasmine and Jasmine is at first eyed by Phil, until she tells him sternly,"I'm married". Just to hear his loving, gentle yet strong voice again. To be held in his That wasn't the first time Hercules heard that. 'Gee, how Hercules slide down on Pegasus' neck as he carried him up to the handle of the stone broken sword. The stallion Zeus smiled broadly, 'there is someone you need to meet.
Jafar tried to overtake Agrabah, Hades is trying to overtake Mount Olympusand they both have been defeated by "upstart boys". They make a bet that they can defeat each other's respective nemesis, and Hades gives Jafar a new snake staff, which turns him into a mortal as long as it remains in his possession. Then he orders Jafar to attack Hercules while he's training on Philoctetes's island. At said island, Phil is trying to teach Hercules not to use just his strength, but also his brains from time to time.
Jafar appears and summons several monsters to go after Hercules. Jafar initially gains the upper hand until Hercules picks up Phil's "statue head" house, bashes the beasts and proceeds to smash it on Jafar, who gets knocked back to the Underworld.
Hades then decides to send Pain and Panic to Agrabah to take Aladdin out. When the minions arrive in the Arabian city, they first mistake Abu for Aladdin, but the real Aladdin, along with his wife Jasminearrives on Carpet. After a scuffle, Pain and Panic are about to finish Aladdin off, but Aladdin convinces them to look into his lamp by telling them not to look into itand Genie's hand punches them all the way back into the Underworld.
With this humiliating double defeat, Jafar offers the idea of getting Hercules and Aladdin into fighting and killing each other. Hades likes the idea and puts the plan into motion by kidnapping Abu from Agrabah and Icarus from Prometheus Academy. When Hercules can't find Icarus, an old man Jafar in disguise fools him by telling him that a "young rogue named Aladdin" kidnapped him.
Aladdin gets Hercules to chase him through the alleyways of Agrabah to an old abandoned building and to punch enough holes in the walls to bring most of the house down on top of Hercules. While Hercules holds it up, Aladdin demands to know where he hid Abu; Hercules responds by wanting to know where Aladdin took Icarus. This leads Aladdin to realize they have been tricked, but before they can work it out, the building collapses on both of them.
While Jafar and Hades believe that the heroes have been destroyed, Hercules gets himself and Aladdin out of the rubble. They piece together that they were set up and that Hades and Jafar are holding Icarus and Abu in the Underworld. Aladdin wants to charge in to rescue them, but Hercules thinks of another way. As Hades tells Jafar of his plans for Olympian domination and offers Jafar the 'Lord of the Dead' title in his steadPain and Panic yell alert them to Hercules and Aladdin's impending arrival.
Jafar is sent to stop them; but acting on an idea by Hercules, he and Aladdin have swapped their identities, fooling Jafar into engaging them with the wrong countermeasures. Jafar is unable to stop Aladdin from nabbing the snake staff and tossing it to Hercules, who snaps it in half. This effect turns Jafar back into a soul and pull him down into the River Styx for good.
Icarus and Abu have in the meantime escaped and begin punching Hades, until he threatens to make them "permanent residents". Hercules and Aladdin congratulate each other before Aladdin takes Jasmine, Abu and Carpet back to Agrabah, telling Hercules that he'll make a great hero someday.
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Overhearing what his cousin thought of him, Triton has stolen Poseidon's trident and accidentally unleashed a sea monster. The two cousins team up to defeat the monster, and Poseidon arrives to take back his trident, not punishing Triton thanks to Amphitrite intervening.
The Fates accused of "moonlighting" as the Nornswarn Hercules and Phil of Loki's treachery, and they arrive too late, with Thor later being captured. Hercules gives up his godhood to Thor as the Twilight of the Gods can only be undone if he wields the thunder hammer. Thor does so, but is shortly defeated by Loki, who Hercules challenges after being convinced by Odin that though not a god, he is still a hero.
He defeats the god and restores the Norse Gods to their rightful positions, returning to Greece despite an offer from Thor to stay due to Greece's Mediterranean climate. In an effort to connect with his oldster, a gruff old griffin named Griff Tim ConwayHercules accidentally reveals the treasured diamond that the Griffin had been guarding for decades from Arismap Harvey Korman the King of the Arismapse thieving mountain gnomes who plans his latest attempt to steal it.
Phil is constantly irked by her because she always mentions his brother Sal and his achievements, but never his own. Meanwhile, Pan Joe Pantolianoking of the satyrs, has incurred the wrath of Demeter Florence Hendersonwho threatens to smite him for building a temple to himself if he does not give her suitable offerings by the end of the harvest festival.
In an effort to escape, Pan makes Phil temporary king, who has come to the king for advice. When Nemesis Linda Hamiltondemigoddess of revenge, comes to punish Phil, Hercules seeks out the real king and forces him to own up; Nemesis refuses to listen until Phil calls to Demeter for aid. Pan is forced to give up all the offerings of the festival to save his life, and Sal visits Phil at the last minute.
They reveal that their mother complimented both of them, and she replies that she does so to keep them humble. When Pegasus meets up with a new master, Bellerophon David Schrammthe hero king of Corinth, who renames him Ignatius.
The two become a great monster-battling team, defeating and capturing the Chimera and leaving Hercules heartbroken over the loss of his friend. However, Bellerophon proves to be not as he seems, and it is up to Hercules to get Pegasus back and save everyone when the Chimera escapes its cage. This causes Croesus Wayne Newtonthe owner of Atlantis, to hire Hades to get rid of her, and the Fates to prove her wrong. Hades sends Pain and Panic to do the job by capturing her, but just as Croesus forces her to tell the truth, she has a vision of Atlantis sinking in front of Homer.
The two are captured, and Hercules having seen Croesus speaking to the Fates confronts Croesus, who has Poseidon summon Scylla. The ensuing fight causes the Fates to accidentally weave Atlantis out of the tapestry, fulfilling Cassandra's vision.
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As the city sinks, Hades comes to retrieve Pain and Panic, refusing to save Croesus, and Hercules rescues the citizens. Homer sets his eye on him, but is kicked out of sight by Pegasus. Cassandra advises him to lie, demonstrating with Phil; Hercules is unable to, until he wins a ticket at the convention to get his picture taken with Miklos. Embarrassed, he lies that he has Catastrophia, a disease that Hades has ordered Pain and Panic to spread.
Cassandra has two visions: When Hercules learns that his friend has gone after the cure, he follows and finds Briares, who has an offer- play his game, and he'll free Icarus. Despite winning, Hercules and Icarus aren't let go until Icarus finds out that Briares is a Miklos fan.
Hercules apologizes for lying, and gives his ticket to Briares. Andromeda, having heard of his bravery, asks him on a date.
She promises to go with him if he is, or else cut off his arm; Cassandra meanwhile promises to do the same and slow dance with Icarus if Orpheus comes. Hades has promised Laistrygones Patrick Warburtona monster he wants to join him, a concert from Orpheus. Hercules and Icarus get the singer to agree to come, but at the prom, he is kidnapped by Hades. Hercules goes to the Underworld to rescue him, but they get lost; Orpheus reveals that he's tired of not talking and using his voice for money.
Hades finds them, but Hercules throws a piece of the singer's chiton on him, causing the crowd of souls to crush him. Laistrygones crashes the prom, and Orpheus sings to him, calming him down.
Cassandra and Icarus have their dance, as do Hercules and Tempest. Orpheus later begins to travel the world singing, but not for money, with Laistrygones as his partner. Hercules decides to help Adonis through the corps, and Icarus develops a decidedly militant attitude. They support Adonis throughout the training, despite reluctance on his part and an eventual escape via Icarus' wings. While flying, he learns that Boreas Alan Rosenbergthe North Wind, who Ares defeated when he founded Sparta, plans to attack the city.
He is blown back to Sparta just in time for the test and warns Hercules, who warns Agamemnon, but he refuses to listen. When Boreas attacks, they draw him down to the city by singing the Spartan anthem and Hercules traps him in a giant pipe. Ares awards them all medals, but takes back Hercules' and Icarus' as they are Athenians; Adonis keeps his for his part in defeating Boreas.
However, Cassandra explains Electra isn't interested in heroes. Cassandra takes Hercules and Icarus to a club where she hangs out quite a lot.
Hercules then sees a gothic boy flirting with Electra, but she does not return his gestures. He ignores this and continues until Electra gets angry. Soon after, Furies attack the club and Hercules fends them off; he gets his clothes dirty in the process, which makes Electra compliment him on his attire. The next day, he changes his look and helps her put up posters which is against school policy. Electra stands up to the School Master Eric Idlewith Hercules neutrally supporting her while at the same time fighting off another Fury attack which happened after the School Master tells Electra the students at the school have no right to free expression.
After the School Master gives both Hercules and Electra detention, she asks him out to the club again, where she recites a poem for him denouncing heroes. Hercules finally reveals to her that he is a hero-in-training and this both hurts and infuriates Electra that he lied to her about who he really was. Hercules fights off more Furies in an effort to show her the value of heroes; but she simply gets more enraged.
Electra finally tells him that the Furies are created by her anger, and that she likes them because they make her different from everyone else and they keep her edgy. This irreconcilable difference causes Hercules to learn that he must be himself no matter what.
In an effort to make Morpheus look bad, he spreads his own blanket of nightmares over the world, causing Hercules and Phil and the rest of Greece to have bad dreams. Zeus gives him till the next day to discover the problem, so Morpheus summons Hercules and Phil.
He asks them to confront their fears in dreamland, as he suspects Phantasos. Hercules has a dream of a hydra, while Phil sees his mother; Hercules confronts it rather than running away, and it turns into Phantasos, who he forces to come to reality. Morpheus has his approval bumped up, and Hades retains his place at the bottom, and Morpheus asks Zeus to create a new deity- god of dreams, with Phantasos handling the job.
Jafar makes a bet that he can beat Hercules, but finds him too strong; Hades finds that Aladdin Scott Weinger is too tricky. Jafar suggests that they capture their friends, Icarus and Abu, and frame each other for it. The trick works, and when Hercules arrives in Agrabah, Aladdin and Jasmine Linda Larkin defeat him using surroundings and Aladdin's agility, until Hercules and Aladdin are eventually trapped under a building.
Hercules rescues them, and realizing that Hades and Jafar have teamed up, they go to the Underworld disguised as each other. Jafar doesn't realize the deception until it's too late, when his staff is broken, causing him to become dead permanently.
Abu and Icarus have meanwhile been freed, and Aladdin tells Hercules he'll make a great hero before returning to Agrabah. Icarus, having bonded with Abu, asks if they can get a monkey. Meanwhile, the sons of Ares, Fear and Terror, have been punished for overfeeding their war dogs, and can't go to an Orpheus concert. Hercules meets Megara Susan Egana girl who says that her grandmother's Aetolian amphora has been stolen. Hercules, attracted to her, gladly helps, but when they reach the centaur who's been holding it, he tells them that he sold it to Fear and Terror who plan to use the water to make Ares forget he punished them.
Hercules and Meg go to the Temple of Ares and get the amphora back, but while Hercules tries to hold off Ares' sons, Meg ditches him with the amphora. She is quickly taken away by Pain and Panic, and Hercules finishes his story. Despite her deceit, he goes after Meg, and Fear and Terror follow him.
A fight ensues for the amphora, and Meg tells Hercules that she liked him from the beginning. They almost kiss, until Pain and Panic accidentally spill the water from the amphora on them. Forgetting how they met each other, they go their separate ways. Hercules, worried about his friend, convinces Zeus to let him take Nemesis to track Icarus.
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They eventually find him, and Nemesis wants to smite him for claiming to be a god. However, they are interrupted by three Egyptian gods who try to take the spot while rampaging Rome so that they can make it like Egypt with all the pyramids.
Hercules battles them and Nemesis to protect Rome. In the aftermath, Icarus gives the Greek gods Roman names and in the Underworld, Hades is angry for being named Plutoclaiming he wouldn't even name his dog Pluto a reference to Mickey's dog, Pluto. Hermes delivers a special package, which Hercules immediately hides from Meg. She goes to Phil's island and discovers that it is his yearbook. The mood is broken when Phil and Pegasus show up to take Hercules home.
During the flight away, Phil ends up getting hit by a tree, and falls off Pegasus. When he comes to, he sees Meg talking to Hades, with their conversation sounding as if Meg has been two-timing Hercules. In truth, Meg refuses to go along with Hades plan, claiming that Hercules has no weakness Phil, hurt by his protege's backlash, gets up and leaves.
Once Phil is gone, Hades appears, and offers Hercules an ultimatum: Hercules goes through with the deal, only to have Hades then tell Hercules how Meg was working for him.
Now drained of his strength, Hercules can only watch as Hades lets loose the Titans that Zeus had imprisoned years earlier. Hades sends a giant cyclops to Thebes to destroy the City.
Even though Hercules is drained of his strength, he still tries to stop the creature. Fearing that he'll be killed, Meg and Pegasus find Phil, who they convince to return and help his student.
With Phil's help and some ingenuity, Hercules ends up blinding and finishing off the cyclops, but in the process, Meg is gravely injured. Her injury causes Hades' deal to expire, and Hercules receives his strength back. Hercules helps turn the tide of battle, and ends up taking care of the Titans, and Hades angrily retreats to the Underworld. When Hercules returns to Thebes, Phil reveals that Meg has died.
Upset by this, Hercues descends into the Underworld to get her back. Hercules makes a deal with Hades, that he will take Meg's place if he rescues her from the River of Death. Hades accepts the deal, sure that Hercules will die before he can save her. It seems Hercules will die, but upon reaching Meg, he suddenly begins to glow yellow, having achieved god status by risking his life to save her.
Hercules manages to get Meg out of the River of Death, much to Hades ranting and protestations, several of which cause Hercules to send him flying into the river, where the dead attempt to drown him.