Hercules (1997) Disney moviewatch the 35th movie in Disney Animated Classics series based on the legendary Greek mythology hero Heracles Characters
Intro linesNARRATOR: Long ago, in the far away land of ancient Greece there was a golden age of powerful gods and extraordinay heroes. And the greatest and strongest of all these heroes was the mighty Hercules. But what is the measure of a true hero? Ah, that is what our stoy is.
Full script with picturesTHALIA: Will you listen to him? He's makin' the story sound like some Greek tragedy.
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TERPSICHORE: Lighten up, dude.
CALLIOPE: We'll take it from here, darling.
NARRATOR: You go, girl.
CALLIOPE: We are the muses goddesses of the arts and proclaimers of heroes.
TERPSICHORE: Heroes like Hercules.
THALIA: Honey, you mean Hunk-ules. Ooh, I'd like to make some sweet music with him
CALLIOPE: Our story actually begins long before Hercules many eons ago.
HERA: Hercules! Behave yourself.
ZEUS: Oh, look at this. Look how cute he is. Hah! Oh, he's strong like his dad, hmm?
HERMES: Whoa! Excuse me! Hot stuff coming through! Excuse me. One side, Ares.
HERA: Why, Hermes, they're lovely.
HERMES: Yeah, you know, I had Orpheus do the arrangement. Isn't that too nutty? Fabulous party. You know, I haven't seen this much love in a room since Narcissus discovered himself.
HERA: Dear, keep those away from the baby.
ZEUS: Oh, he won't hurt himself. Let the kid have a little fun. On behalf of my son, I want to thank you all for
your wonderful gifts!
CALLIOPE: If there's one god you don't want to get steamed up, it's Hades. 'Cause he had an evil plan.
PAIN: Coming, your most lugubriousness. Ow!
PANIC: Oh, I'm sorry. I can handle it!
PAIN: Pain! Oh!
PANIC: And Panic!
PAIN AND PANIC: Reporting for duty!
HADES: Fine, fine, fine. Just let me know the instant the Fates arrive.
PANIC: Oh. They're here.
HADES: What? The Fates are here, and you didn't tell me?
PAIN AND PANIC: We are worms! Worthless worms!
HADES: Memo to me, memo to me: maim you after my meeting.
ATROPOS: Darling, hold that mortal's thread of life good and tight.
CLOTHO: Incoming! HADES: Ladies. I am so sorry that I'm Late!
LACHESIS: We knew you would be.
We know eveything.
HADES: What? Okay, fine, fine. I'm cool. I'm fine. Pain? Panic? Got a little riddle for ya. How do you kill a god?
PAIN: I do not know!
PANIC: You can't. They're immortal?
HADES: Bingo! They're immortal! So, first you got to turn the little sunspot mortal.
HERA: What? What is it?
ZEUS AND HERA: The baby!
HERA: Hercules! Oh!
PANIC: Now we did it! Zeus is gonna use us for target practice!
PAIN: Just hang on to the kid, Panic!
PANIC: Hurry! Let's just kill the kid and get it over with, okay?
PAIN: Here you go, kid. A little Grecian formula.
PANIC: Look at that! He's changing. Can we do it now?
PAIN: No, no, no. He has to drink the whole potion. Evey last drop!
AMPHITRYON: Who's there? Alcmene, over here.
ALCMENE: Oh, you poor thing. Oh, don't cry.
AMPHITRYON: Is anybody there?
PAIN: Now. Oh.
AMPHITRYON: Well, he must have been abandoned.
ALCMENE: Amphityon, for so many years
we've prayed to the gods to bless us with a child.
Perhaps they've answered our prayers.
AMPHITRYON: Perhaps they have. Hercules?
PAIN AND PANIC: Help, help, help!
PANIC: Hades is gonna kill us when he finds out what happened.
PAIN: You mean, if he finds out.
PANIC: Of course he's gonna f Yes. If is good.
MELPOMENE: It was tragic. Zeus led all the gods on a frantic search.
TERPSICHORE: But by the time they found the baby, it was too late.
AMPHITRYON: Hercules, slow down! Look out!
HERCULES: Oops! Sorry, guys!
WORKER #1:Hey, watch where you're going!
WORKER #2: Sunday driver!
AMPHITRYON: Thanks, son. When old Penelope twisted her ankle back there, I thought we were done for.
HERCULES: No problem, Pop.
AMPHITRYON: Uh, don't unload just yet. First, I have to finagle with Phideas.
HERCULES: Okay. Oops. sorry, Penelope.
AMPHITRYON: Now, Hercules, this time, please just...
HERCULES: I know, I know. Stay by the cart.
AMPHITRYON: That's my boy.
MAN: Oh, my goodness. Whoa!
MAN: Why, thank you.
HERCULES: No problem.
MAN: Why, Hercules! It's you!
HERCULES: Let me, let me help you with that.
MAN: No. No no no no no. I got it! I'm fine. You just run along.
HERCULES: Are you sure?
MAN: Oh, yes. Absolutely.
BOY #1: Yo! Give it here!
HERCULES: Hey, you need an extra guy?
BOY #1: Uh, sorry, Herc. Uh, we already got five and we want to keep it an even number.
HERCULES: Hey, wait a second. Five isn't an even.
BOY #1: See ya, Herc.
BOY #2: What a geek!
BOY #3: Destructo Boy.
BOY #1: Maybe we should call him Jerkules.
BOY #1: Heads up!
HERCULES: I got it!
BOY #1: No! Stop!
HERCULES: Uh-oh. Oh, no. It's okay. Hey! Whoa!
HERCULES: Hang on, Pop! Be right back!
MAN: Oh, my! Oh, no! Don't! Oh, no, no, no, no!
HERCULES: Watch out!
BOY #1: Nice catch, Jerkules.
MAN: This is the last straw, Amphityon!
VOICE #1: That boy is a menace!
VOICE #2: He's too dangerous to be around normal people!
AMPHITRYON: He didn't mean any harm. He's just a kid. He just can't control his strength.
MAN: I'm warning you. You
keep that freak away
AMPHITRYON: Hercules, there's something your mother and I have been meaning to tell you.
HERCULES: But if you found me, then where did I come from? Why was I left here?
ALCMENE: This was around your neck when we found you. It's the symbol of the gods.
HERCULES: This is it! Don't you see? Maybe they have the answers. I'll go to the temple of Zeus and Ma, Pop you're the greatest parents anyone could have, but I gotta know.
HERCULES: Oh, mighty Zeus please, hear me and, and answer my prayer. I need to know: Who am I? Where do I belong?
ZEUS: My boy. My little Hercules. Hey, hey, hey. Hold on, kiddo! What's your hurry? After all these years is this the kind of hello you give your father?
ZEUS: Didn't know you had a famous father, did you? Surprise! Look how you've grown.
TriviaHercules' Credit Card is shown as: "VI V XI XIV XV XVI IV, ex IV M BC, member since I M BC" or "6511 14 1516 4, expires Apr 1000 BC, member since Jan 1000 BC" - On his way to Thebes, Hercules meets Megara after he saves her from the River Guardian, Nessos. - When Phil and Hercules first enter Phil's hut, Hercules bangs his head on what Phil tells him is the mast of the Argo. In Greek mythology, Jason, the captain of the Argo, was killed when the mast hit his head. - In the scene where Hercules rushes into the town with a carriage containing Amphitryon, Penelope, and a tall bale of hay, the bale hits the top of the entrance to the town, and two men carrying a stone block fall off the top. - Hercules puts his hands in the water trying to reach Meg's soul. Seconds later, when he jumps into the water, he is a hundred feet up on a cliff.
Watch songs from original soundtrack and other parts of movie
Go the Distance
The Gospel Truth
One Last Hope
Zero to Hero
I Won't Say I'm in Love
A Star is Born
2 become a true hero
3 what do you call
4 got this major deal