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Author:Lente, Fred Van

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ISBN: 9781782006077

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Published: 2013-11-19T16:00:00+00:00

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AT THE MOVIES

The best-known cinematic Hercules, Steve Reeves, only played the Greek hero in two Italian movies, Le fatiche di Ercole (Hercules, 1958) and Ercole e la regina di Lidia (“Hercules and the Queen of Lydia,” released in the USA as Hercules Unchained, 1959) but, in view of his Montana good-looks, action-figure pectoral muscles, and testosterone-fueled emoting, it’s not surprising he left such an indelible impression on the role. The movies themselves are lavish productions given their budget constraints, goofy fun mishmashes of the myths themselves – Hercules cribs large portions of the Argonauts story, and Unchained is a motley Frankenstein of Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus, Oedipus at Colonus by Sophocles and (as its Italian title implies) tales of Hercules’ enslavement to Queen Omphale. Though the films catapulted Reeves to European stardom, he didn’t want to be stuck in the role, and turned down a part in a Spaghetti Western in order to leave Italy. Clint Eastwood took the part of The Man with No Name in A Fistful of Dollars in Reeves’s stead, so perhaps he acted a little hastily there.

Reeves had been a bodybuilder since high school, and a beefcake physique was thought de rigueur for the role of Hercules. We have the son of Zeus to thank (or blame) for providing Arnold Schwarzenegger with his first starring role in the low-budget stinker Hercules in New York (1969). Just 22 at the time, the future governor of California had not yet gotten his famous Austrian accent under control and all his lines in the film had to be redubbed. (Fittingly, he was credited as “Arnold Strong.”)

 

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Author:Lente, Fred Van

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Hercules

ISBN: 9781782006077

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Published: 2013-11-19T16:00:00+00:00
AT THE MOVIES

The best-known cinematic Hercules, Steve Reeves, only played the Greek hero in two Italian movies, Le fatiche di Ercole (Hercules, 1958) and Ercole e la regina di Lidia (“Hercules and the Queen of Lydia,” released in the USA as Hercules Unchained, 1959) but, in view of his Montana good-looks, action-figure pectoral muscles, and testosterone-fueled emoting, it’s not surprising he left such an indelible impression on the role. The movies themselves are lavish productions given their budget constraints, goofy fun mishmashes of the myths themselves – Hercules cribs large portions of the Argonauts story, and Unchained is a motley Frankenstein of Seven Against Thebes by Aeschylus, Oedipus at Colonus by Sophocles and (as its Italian title implies) tales of Hercules’ enslavement to Queen Omphale. Though the films catapulted Reeves to European stardom, he didn’t want to be stuck in the role, and turned down a part in a Spaghetti Western in order to leave Italy. Clint Eastwood took the part of The Man with No Name in A Fistful of Dollars in Reeves’s stead, so perhaps he acted a little hastily there.

Reeves had been a bodybuilder since high school, and a beefcake physique was thought de rigueur for the role of Hercules. We have the son of Zeus to thank (or blame) for providing Arnold Schwarzenegger with his first starring role in the low-budget stinker Hercules in New York (1969). Just 22 at the time, the future governor of California had not yet gotten his famous Austrian accent under control and all his lines in the film had to be redubbed. (Fittingly, he was credited as “Arnold Strong.”)

Although he was the subject of a string of barely watchable grade-Z live-action films, the most commercially successful cinematic Hercules is the Walt Disney Company’s animated version in 1997. Unsurprisingly, the family-friendly feature pares away many of the more unsavory aspects of the hero’s myths, and as a consequence usual villain Hera is passed over in favor of James Woods’s star turn as Hades.

The main thing the cartoon gets right is Hercules’ prophesied role as savior during an apocalyptic battle between the gods and their enemies – here the imprisoned Titans rather than the giants. Hades hopes to wrest the throne from Zeus in the coming war, so, in a curious reversal of myth, he administers a potion that turns the baby Hercules – in the Disney film, a god born on Mount Olympus – into a mortal. His imps Pain & Panic abandon Hercules on Earth, where he is brought up by mortal farmers. Disney thus transforms the Hercules myth from Jesus Christ (god born on Earth to save mankind) to Superman (god sent to Earth to save mankind … complete with cape!). Then, taking a page from X-Men, teenage Hercules is persecuted as a freak for his immense strength and has to have a proper modern Hollywood journey of self-discovery before defeating the Lord of the Underworld and his schemes.

As a Disney animated musical Hercules isn’t terrible, but for someone with any knowledge of the myths behind the hero, it’s a curious artifact.

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