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Hercules and the Amazon Women (30-Apr-1994)

Director: Bill L. Norton

Writers: Jule Selbo; Andrew Dettmann; Daniel Truly

Music by: Joseph Lo Duca

Producer: Eric Gruendemann

Keywords: Fantasy/Action

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Roma Downey
6-May-1960   Monica in Touched by an Angel
Lucy Lawless
29-Mar-1968   Xena, Warrior Princess
Rose McIver
20-Oct-1988   Olivia Moore on iZombie
Anthony Quinn
21-Apr-1915 3-Jun-2001 Zorba the Greek
Kevin Sorbo
24-Sep-1958   Hercules: The Legendary Journeys


Kevin Sorbo   ...   Hercules
Anthony Quinn   ...   Zeus
Roma Downey   ...   Hippolyta
Michael Hurst   ...   Iolaus
Lloyd Scott   ...   Pithus
Lucy Lawless   ...   Lysia
Christopher Brougham   ...   Lethan
Tim Lee   ...   Ilus
Kim Michalis   ...   Young Alcmene
Maggie Tarver   ...   Village Mother
John Steemson   ...   Village Boy
Helen Steemson   ...   Village Girl
Rose McIver   ...   Girl (Hydra)
Jennifer Ludlam   ...   Alcmene
Nick Kemplen   ...   Village Heckler
Heidi Anderson   ...   Girl Being Heckled
Jill Sayre   ...   Ania
Murray Keane   ...   Tiber
Andrew Thurtell   ...   Kurion
Mick Rose   ...   Hector
David Taylor   ...   Franco
Nina Sosanya   ...   Chilla
Vicky Burrett   ...   Old Amazon Woman
Margaret-Mary Hollins   ...   Megara
Kristin Darragh   ...   Lucina
Tamara Waugh   ...   Lucina
Fiona Mogridge   ...   Ilia
Jacques Dupeyroux   ...   Baby Hercules
Peter Malloch   ...   Young Hercules
Daniel James   ...   Young Iolaus
Jeff Boyd   ...   Echetus
Simone Kessell   ...   Jana


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