Hercules

Factual error: When Young Hercules makes the pillars fall in a Domino effect, they go both ways. However, if this were to happen, they would stop the domino effect when they reach the entrance to the market, which doesn't have pillars. The pillars are not in a circle, so there's no way they can both stop at the top of the ring, where the pot seller is. The only way for this to work is if Hercules started the Domino effect at the entrance of the market, with pillars directly across from each other, which he doesn't.

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Suggested correction: He throws the pillar he holds towards the opposite side causing it to fall as well.

Factual error: Hercules skips a rock towards a statue in the fountain. There's no way that after doing that the statue would lose both its arms, let alone with no other damage done to it.

Factual error: When Hercules and Phil are flying over Thebes, the ocean is visible nearby. Thebes is nowhere near the ocean.

Continuity mistake: When Meg and Hercules are walking down the stairs in the garden, Meg has a sheer purple shawl, but when Pain and Panic (disguised as birds) tell her to stop fooling around, it disappears. Then, a few shots later, when she tells Hercules not to thank her just yet, it has reappeared. (00:57:00 - 00:58:00)

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Hades: I've only got 24 hours to get rid of this bozo before the plan that I've been setting up for eighteen years goes up in smoke. And you...are wearing...his...MERCHANDISE!

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Trivia: In ancient Greece the definition of a hero was actually someone who was half human, half god, so Hercules really is a true hero.

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Question: Why is it too nutty that Orpheus arranged the flowers?

Answer: Orpheus was the greatest poet and musician of Greek mythology, his music could charm wild beasts and even persuade rocks and trees into movement; the idea of him arranging flowers is probably just a pun on his normal pasttime of 'arranging' music, or alternatively a reference to how he could have used his magical music to make the flowers spontaneously arrange themselves.

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