Paul Telfer takes on the role of the semidivine Greek mythological strongman in this TV-movie, which finds Herc at the center of a dysfunctional family from Hades. He's also in the Delphic Oracle's doghouse after he mistakenly kills his three sons, and mus (more…)
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Hercules (Kevin Sorbo) and Xena (Lucy Lawless) the warrior princess, together pursue the marauding Darphus (Matthew Chamberlain). Unbeknownst to them, Darphus is feeding the victims of his bloody crusade to Ares' man-eating dog, Graegus. With every bite, the evil beast grows larger and nearly unstoppable. During this dangerous pursuit Hercules and Xena take their personal relationship to a new level.
Hercules' (Kevin Sorbo) enemy, Xena (Lucy Lawless), wreaks havoc across the land, but when she stops the slaying of an infant, her ruthless lieutenant, Darphus, denounces her act of compassion as weak and forces her to succumb to the gauntlet -- a deadly warrior ritual. Xena survives and staggers alone into the wilderness where she later challenges Hercules to a duel. With Matthew Chamberlain.
Hercules (Kevin Sorbo) intervenes in a battle between the late King Memnos' children, Poena (Amber-Jane Raab) and Daulin (Erik Thomson). Hercules discovers that Ares has manipulated the battle and fights him and his vicious flesh-eating dog for the souls of the fallen soldiers. With Michael Hurst.
Hercules (Kevin Sorbo) comes to the aid of a young couple (Lucy Liu; Nathaniel Lees) taken hostage by a slave trader (Stig Eldred). Hercules buys the young woman from bondage and battles the notorious slave trader to try and save her fiance from being sacrificed to the lions.
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- Premise: Paul Telfer takes on the role of the semidivine Greek mythological strongman in this TV-movie, which finds Herc at the center of a dysfunctional family from Hades. He's also in the Delphic Oracle's doghouse after he mistakenly kills his three sons, and mus… (more)
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