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The Three Stooges Meet Hercules
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(1962)

The Three Stooges manage to crash through the time barrier with their slap-happy antics in this classic feature-length comedy. Larry, Moe, and Curly-Joe are friends of a young scientist, Schuyler Davis, who has created a time machine. Together with Schuyler's girlfriend, Diane, they are all transported back to ancient Ithaca which is ruled by the tyrannical King Odius. The lecherous king promptly takes a liking to Diane and banishes Schuyler and The Stooges to the galleys. When they manage to escape, they begin promoting Schuyler as "Hercules" at local gladiatorial combats - until the real Hercules shows up. But, with their unique "charm," The Stooges convince Hercules to help them rescue Diane. Written by Robert Lynch

Runtime:
1:29
Released:
February 15, 1962

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Cast

Y9f78igxuwyjjc4qtyf6pcjjkww Moe Howard Moe
Larsstaaxnvfot2iwiq8brirnm6 Larry Fine Larry
Si4fye3mikmmgwrvgf8polxyied Joe DeRita Curly Joe
Vicki Trickett Diane Quigley
Marlin McKeever Ajax and Argo, The Siamese Cyclops (as The McKeever Twins)
Mike McKeever Ajax and Argo, The Siamese Cyclops (as The McKeever Twins)
Emil Sitka Shepherd / Refreshment Man
Barbara Hines Anita
Terry Huntingdon Hecuba
Diana Piper Helen
Cecil Elliott Matron (uncredited)
Eddie Foster Freddie the Fence (uncredited)
Rusty Wescoatt Philo (uncredited)
Samson Burke
Lewis Charles Achilles The Heel
John Cliff Ulysses
Don Lamond Narrator (voice) (uncredited)
Gregg Martell Simon
George N. Neise Ralph Dimsal / King Odius
Quinn K. Redeker Schuyler Davis
Gene Roth Captain (uncredited)
Hal Smith King Theseus Of Rhodes

Crew

Art

Don Ament Art Direction

William F. Calvert Set Decoration

Crew

Scotty Welbourne Cinematography

Directing

Herb Wallerstein Director

Edward Bernds Director

Editing

Edwin H. Bryant Editor

Production

Norman Maurer Producer

Sound

Paul Dunlap Original Music Composer

James Z. Flaster Sound Designer

Charles J. Rice Sound Director

Writing

Elwood Ullman Writer