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Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis
Directed by Vittorio Cottafavi
Produced by Achille Piazzi
Written by Pierre Benoît
Vittorio Cottafavi
Sandro Continenza
Duccio Tessari
Archibald Zounds Jr.
Narrated by Leon Selznick (U.S. Version)
Starring Reg Park
Fay Spain
Ettore Manni
Luciano Marin
Laura Efrikian
Enrico Maria Salerno
Ivo Garrani
Gian Maria Volontè
Mimmo Palmara
Mario Petri
Music by Gino Marinuzzi Jr.
Armando Trovajoli
Cinematography Carlo Carlini
Editing by Maurizio Lucidi
Distributed by Woolner Brothers Pictures Inc.
Release date(s) 19 August 1961
Running time 101 minutes
Country Italy / France
Preceded by Hercules Unchained

Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis (Italian: Ercole alla conquista di Atlantide) is a 1961 Italian / French film directed by Vittorio Cottafavi and starring Reg Park as Ercole (Hercules).

The film is also known as Hercules Conquers Atlantis in the United Kingdom, Hercules and the Captive Women in the USA.

Plot summary

Cast

  • Reg Park as Ercole (Hercules)
  • Fay Spain as Queen Antinea of Atlantis
  • Ettore Manni as Androclo, Re di Tebe
  • Luciano Marin as Illo
  • Laura Efrikian as Ismene
  • Enrico Maria Salerno as Re di Megara
  • Ivo Garrani as Re di Megalia
  • Gian Maria Volontè as Re di Sparta
  • Mimmo Palmara as Astor
  • Mario Petri as Zenith, prete di Urano
  • Mino Doro as Oraclo
  • Salvatore Furnari as Timoteo
  • Alessandro Sperli
  • Mario Valdemarin as Gabor
  • Luciana Angiolillo as Deianira
  • Maurizio Coffarelli as Proteus the Monster
  • Nicola Sperli as Dyanaris
  • Leon Selznick as Narrator of the U.S. Version

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