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Armageddon Now: Part 1 

Hope frees Callisto, now a god. Callisto and Ares bring the Sovereign into Greece to take his pendant of hind's blood, the only substance that can kill a god, but leave him free to distract Hercules.

Director:

Mark Beesley

Writers:

Christian Williams (created by), Paul Robert Coyle

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Sorbo ... Hercules / The Sovereign
Michael Hurst ... Iolaus
Kevin Smith ... Ares
Hudson Leick ... Callisto
Kim Michalis Kim Michalis ... Young Alcmene
Joel Tobeck ... Strife
Amy Morrison ... Hope
Liddy Holloway Liddy Holloway ... Alcmene
John Manning John Manning ... King Tyndareus
Bernard Moody Bernard Moody ... Drunk
Mark Caldwell Mark Caldwell ... Peasant
Rodney Cook Rodney Cook ... Passerby (as Rodney Cooke)
Les Dwight Les Dwight ... Masher
Shirley Eliott Shirley Eliott ... Gossip
Patrick Kake ... Hercules / Sovereign Double
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Storyline

Greece is plagued by unnatural disasters unleashes by a skeleton female in the shape of Hope, who frees from the grave Callisto, with as final mission to eliminate Hercules. That sames to play into Ares's hand, but afterward he and all the time abused Strife are viciously targeted by an evil that seems hell-bent on overthrowing all Olympians. Hercules, neutralized by his alternative universe counterpart Sovereign, is trapped with him in an intergalactic limbo, force to duel. Frightened by Strife's death ad the hind's blood Callisto took from Sovereign, Ares only grants Iolaus power to travel after her into time, to contest Hercules's birth. Written by KGF Vissers

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Details

Language:

English

Release Date:

9 February 1998 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Zealand

Company Credits

Production Co:

Renaissance Pictures See more »
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Technical Specs

Runtime:

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?

Trivia

At one point Callisto says "I wouldn't want to be in a club that would have me as a member". The phrase is originally attributed to Groucho Marx. See more »

Crazy Credits

Once again, Alcmene's fence was not finished during the production of this motion picture. See more »

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