Disney Movies Jump the Rails in "Hercules"Walt Disney Feature Animation had decided in the late 1980s, at the dawn of the Disney Renaissance, to release at least one animated Disney movie per year. Since quality animated Disney movies take, on average, about five years to put together, that required a bunch of different work groups all working simultaneously on different - but equally important - projects. "Hercules" (1997) was being put together by one of the studio's top directing duos, Ron Clements and John Musker. Their previous three films, "The Great Mouse Detective," "The Little Mermaid," and "Aladdin," were phenomenally successful Disney movies. So, omens were good for a sure-fire project about the one Greek God that everyone knows - or, were they?
|Hercules, Pegasus, Phil|
|Zeus, Hera, little Hercules|
|Well, you see, I'm not really a god, not yet at least....|
|DVD's often have the best artwork|
|I love rescuing damsels from the Underworld|
|Hades thinking hard|
|Kind of a good resemblance|
|Panic and Pain are good for comic relief|
|Phil is also very funny|
|Titans on the loose!|
|Look! I have my own action figure!|
Below is the trailer.