The Triumph of the Son of Hercules (October 2, 1961)
Released on January 8, 1952: (running time 1 hour and 26 minutes) The Son of Hercules helps to overthrow the evil Queen of Memphis who is stealing all of the young virgins to sacrifice to the god of fire.
Produced by Roberto Capitani
Directed by Tanio Boccia
Written by Arpad DeRiso and Giovanni Scolaro
The Actors: Kirk Morris (Hercules), Cathia Caro (Anthea), Ljubica Otasevic (Tenefis, Queen of Memphis), Cesare Fantoni (Agadon,Prime Minister of Memphis), Giulio Donnini (Omnes the silk merchant), Attilio Dottesio (Asinoe, Prince Iram's assistant), Bruno Tocci (Santos, Iram's bodyguard), Salvatore Lago (Rais), Piero Leri (Prince Iram), Lucia Randi (unknown), Alfredo Salvatori (Tabor), Calisto Calisti (unknown), Cesare Lancia (unknown), Romano Ghini (unknown), Wilbert Bradley (dancer with firebrands), Aldo Bufi Landi (Captain Themial), Carla Calo (Yalis, the oracle)
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The Queen of Memphis, The Virgin Sacrifices, and the Son of Hercules
If you are new to the ‘Sword and Sandal,’ or ‘Peplum’ genre of motion pictures, they are Italian movies featuring bare breasted men and beautiful buxom women in an adventure set in ancient times. ‘Peplum’ is the Greek word for the tunics or togas that were worn in ancient Europe.
In many of these stories the strong-man hero was an American man who was discovered on Muscle Beach in Santa Monica where the age of physical fitness that included well-defined muscles was born. Steve Reeves was the first and best-known body-building muscle man to become famous in Peplum adventures. In this adventure, the producer discovered an Italian man named Adriano Bellini, a gondolier on a large boat on the canals of Venice, Italy, who had the muscular body the equal of any body-builder from Muscle Beach. The young Italian man dyed his hair blonde, created the stage name of Kirk Morris, and acted as Maciste, Son of Hercules in this, his first motion picture.
Often in these stories there are two leading ladies, one the heroine, the other the bad-girl. The heroine in this adventure is Cathia Caro, born in France, and the evil Queen of Memphis is Ljubica Otasevic, born in Serbia. In this story, Machiste, one of the Sons of Hercules, must help Prince Iram return to his throne that was stolen from him by the Queen of Memphis. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.
Aldo Bufi Landi
Aldo Bufi Landi and Cathia Caro
Attilio Dottesio and Kirk Morris
Attilio Gottesio and Piero Leri
Cathia Caro and Carla Calò
Cesare Fantoni and Ljubica Otasevic
Kirk Morris and Piero Leri
Ljubica Otasevic and Cesare Fantoni