Young Hercules Trailer

Young Hercules Trailer (1998)

30 August 1998 Fantasy, Family 86 mins

This film directed by T.J. Scott is a prequel to the popular television series. At an academy for mythological warriors, 17-year-old Hercules (Ian Bohen) meets Jason, the next in line to rule Corinth. When Jason discovers that his father is ill, Hercules decides to seek out the Golden Fleece that could cure him. But limitations to his powers, as well as his half-brother Ares, stand in his way. Filmed against the breathtaking scenery of New Zealand.

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Cast

Ian Bohen

as Young Hercules

Dean O'Gorman

as Young Iolaus

Chris Conrad

as Young Jason

Johna Stewart-Bowden

as Pelias / Ares

Nathaniel Lees

as Cheiron

Rachel Blakely

as Alcmene

Michael Hurst

as Jeweler

International Releases Dates

Italy 19 July 1991

United States 30 August 1998

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