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Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1995 - 1999)

Hercules: The Legendary Journeys (1995 - 1999)

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100%

AVERAGE AUDIENCE SCORE

50%

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Series Info

Tongue-in-cheek derring-do about the mythical strongman and his quest to battle evil while avenging the death of his wife and children. Filmed in New Zealand, the hit syndicated series was introduced in 1994 with five two-hour TV movies and inspired the wildly popular `Xena: Warrior Princess.' It also was the source for `Young Hercules,' a live-action series for children on Fox.

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Seasons

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1999, Syndicated, 8 episodes

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1998, Syndicated, 22 episodes

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1997, Syndicated, 22 episodes

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1996, Syndicated, 22 episodes

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1995, Syndicated, 24 episodes

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1995, Syndicated, 13 episodes

Cast

Kevin Sorbo
as Hercules
Robert Trebor
as Salmoneus
Bruce Campbell
as Autolycus
Kevin Smith
as Iphicles
Tamara Gorski
as Morrigan
Liddy Holloway
as Hercules' Mother
Kevin Smith
as Iphicles
Joel Tobeck
as Beraeus
Ian Bohen
as Young Herc
Paul Norell
as Falafel
Hudson Leick
as Callisto
Cory Everson
as Atalanta
Nicko Vella
as Macareus
Renée O'Connor
as Gabrielle
Tawny Kitaen
as Deianeira
George Henare
as Zarathrustra
Stuart Devenie
as Magistrate
John Sumner
as Broteas
Erik Thomson
as King Daulin
Péter Müller
as Fallen Soldier
Paul Glover
as Brontus
Jon Brazier
as Mercenary #2
Donogh Rees
as Mnemosyne
Rebecca Hobbs
as Woman #1
Karen Sheperd
as Enforcer
Steve Hall
as Warrior
Stephen Hall
as Lead Soldier
Ted Raimi
as Joxer
Teresa Hill
as Nemesis
Lacey Kohl
as Cupcake
Patrick Wilson
as Big Titus
Chris Conrad
as Young Jason
Duncan Ross
as Pallaeus
Ian Hughes
as Calmaches
John Watson
as Taphius
Ian Mune
as Menas Maximus
Martyn Sanderson
as Ancient Priest
Warren Carl
as Pentheus
Mick Rose
as Lycus
Tony Ward
as Perius
Jodie Dorday
as Lucretaina
Lucy Liu
as Oi-Lan
Cynthia Rothrock
as Enforcer II
Colin Moy
as Jaris
Neill Rea
as King Arthur
Danny Lineham
as Drinker #2
Patrick Smith
as King Trancas
Ian Watkin
as Innkeeper
Sara Wiseman
as Hephates
Patrick Kake
as Hercules Double
Charles Mesure
as Johnny Pinto
Edward Newborn
as Perdiclis
Zo Hartley
as Tenant
David Press
as Glaucus
Tony Todd
as Gladius
Claudia Black
as Cassandra
Steve Wright
as Mercenary #1
Noel Trevarthen
as King Iphicles
Julian "Sonny" Arahanga
as Lead Bounty Hunter
James Gaylyn
as Villager
John Manning
as Merchant
Michael Robinson
as Lieutenant
Jed Brophy
as Gnatius
Julian Garner
as Hephaestus
Susan Ward
as Psyche
Reb Brown
as Jarton
Paige Moss
as Antigone
Maria Rangel
as Farmer's Wife
Chris Graham
as Colchis
Mark Perry
as Elopius
Martin Kove
as Demetrius
Traci Lords
as Luscious Deluxe
Will Kempe
as Archias
Ray Woolf
as Chief
John Watson
as Pilgrim #2
Tim Raby
as Soldier
Mark Ian Miller
as Toll Collector
Ian Harrop
as Camp Boss
John O'Leary
as Magistrate
Peter Rowley
as Ephadon
Gordon Hatfield
as Lieutenant
Tony Wood
as Eluvius
Brett Stewart
as Stichius
Sam Williams
as Hercules Double
Robin Kora
as Pepius
Grant McFarland
as Ruffian #1
Simon Prast
as Patronius
David Stott
as Boatman
John Mellor
as Thug #1
Alison Bruce
as Postera
Rainer Grant
as Melanippe
Karen Witter
as Nemesis
Richard Moll
as The Cyclops
Alex Moffat
as Silicles
Tony Bishop
as Field Hand
Ross Campbell
as Soldier #1
Max Cryer
as Barker
Ilona Rodgers
as Queen Camilla
Des Wallace
as Thug #1
Asa Lindh
as Maid #2
Joseph Greer
as Romanus
Phil Jones
as Trayus
Hemi Rudolph
as Cercetes
Jason Hoyte
as Hephaestus
Roger Oakley
as King Xenon
Patrick Smyth
as Charidon
Sarah Wilson
as Demeter
Shane Dawson
as Warrior #1
Barry Duffield
as Kanzankis
Renee Brennan
as Druid of Faith
Colin Francis
as Sneak Thief
Damien Lay
as Neighbor's Son
Elizabeth Pendergrast
as Woman Shopper
Kyrin Hall
as Felicita
Craig Hall
as Timuron
Stephen Tozer
as Diadorus
Ray Henwood
as Sisyphus
Thomas Jane
as Parnassa
Tammy Barker
as Penelope
Ray Bishop
as Rankus
Lawrence Whareau
as Soldier #2
Daniel Phillips
as Hera Worshipper
Christine Bartlett
as 1st Villager
Mario Gaoa
as Soldier #3
Anne Baxter
as Old Woman
Katie Wolfe
as Arciana
Winston Harris
as Young Jaris
Derek Judge
as Monicles
Slade Leef
as Warrior
Graeme Moran
as Villager #1
Gilbert Goldie
as Village Elder
Eric Gruendemann
as High Priest
Vanessa Rare
as Young Woman
Greg Johnson
as Bandit #1
Angela Shirley
as Princess Hippolyta
John Lawler
as Hortius
Adam Jackson
as Male Villager
John Smith
as Socrates
Buzz Moller
as Zachariah
Tom Kane
as Lookout
Matthew Sunderland
as Sheepherder
Robert Lee
as Sergeant
Beryl TeWiata
as Old Psyche
Vanessa Guy
as Priestess
Eric Lynch
as Bartoc
Bob Johnson
as Barkeep
George Boyle
as Yard Boss
George Boyle
as Yard Boss
Geoffrey Knight
as Slave Owner
Maya Dalziel
as Nasty Mother
Lillian Enting
as Old Woman
John Palmer
as Soldier
Dave Scott
as Pawnicles
Jim Rawdon
as Porter
Walter Brown
as King Phaedron
Peter Mason
as Proprietor
Jason Garner
as Young Soldier
Emily Jackson
as Young Ocea
Emma Turner
as Leucosia
Marek Sumich
as Head Rowdy
Anthony Taylor
as Village Elder
Joanna Barrett
as Beautiful Girl
Dale Corlett
as Thaddeus
John Freeman
as Blacksmith
John Leonard
as Fire Fighter
Rodney Cooke
as Passerby
Greg Norman
as Fishmonger
Kevin Alexander
as Soldier #2
Vadim Ledogorov
as Blacksmith
Sean Davis
as Druid of Innocence
June Bishop
as Elderly Woman
Sean Michael Davis
as Druid of Innocence
Mary Henderson
as Female Client
David Downs
as Choleus
John Porter
as Villager #1
Paul B. Price
as Villager #2
Michael Phillips
as Magistrate
Matt Elliott
as Whimpering Lackey
Geoff Barlow
as Old Man
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Series Details

TV Network: Syndicated
Premiere Date: Jan 16, 1995
Genre: Action & Adventure
Executive Producers: Sam Raimi, Christian Williams, Rob Tapert
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