Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - Hercules and the Lost Kingdom Soundtrack (

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 2700 votes
Tags: legendary hero
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

Hércules y el reino perdido

Title in Italiano:

Hercules e il regno perduto

Title in Português:

Hércules e o Reino Perdido

Title in Français:

Hercule et le royaume oublié


Hercules: The Legendary Journeys - Hercules and the Lost Kingdom

Hercules is provoked till he has no other choice then fight Gargan, a giant who had absolutely no quarrel with him- and decks the mountain of aggression easily. Then the last survivor of a group of messengers, killed off one by one by Hera, dies after imploring him to come end her rule of terror in the 'lost city of Troy', which his father Zeus, who is once more unwilling to extend any more tangible help, discloses can only be found with the 'one true compass' last seen in the possession of queen Omphale.

On his searching for her he frees -then against her will- Deianeira, the eager victim about to be sacrificed to the river god as virgin in the prime of her fertility to end a drought. He battles passed the 48 sons of the gate guardian and arranges to be sold at the annual slave market to the queen, who only wants him in her bed. After dealing with some protection racketeers and the devoted, happy palace slave Waylin he finally gets her late husbands compass from Omphale.

He sets out on the journey with Deianeira; a sea monster swallows them, but is defeated. On land they find her father, the dying king of Troy who names her his heir, prepare an army of Trojans to reconquer the city and enter it unopposed, but then emerges an army of Heras minions, whose leader is about to sacrifice Deianeira and puts up a good fight against Hercules.

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Dorothy Parker

The soundtrack effectively builds tension and suspense during action sequences, heightening the sense of danger and excitement as Hercules faces off against formidable foes and overcomes seemingly insurmountable challenges.

Melissa Hall

The incorporation of ethnic instruments and vocal performances in certain tracks adds a layer of authenticity and cultural richness to the music, enhancing the overall immersive quality of the soundtrack.

Patricia Hill

The musical themes in the soundtrack feel disjointed and inconsistent, making it difficult to connect emotionally with the characters and their struggles. The lack of a cohesive musical identity detracts from the overall viewing experience.

Richard Young

The memorable melodies in the soundtrack stay with you long after watching the movie, adding to the overall impact of the viewing experience.

Amanda Scott

The varied instrumentation and dynamic range of the soundtrack keep the listener engaged and invested in the unfolding story, with each track contributing to the overall atmosphere and thematic development of the narrative.

Dorothy Walker

The composition of the soundtrack showcases a great variety of themes, from intense battle sequences to tender moments of reflection.

Lisa White

The use of powerful orchestral arrangements and dramatic melodies in the soundtrack enhances the emotional impact of key moments in the plot, adding depth and intensity to the narrative.

Thomas Jones

The use of repetitive motifs in the soundtrack becomes grating after a while, with certain tracks feeling like they are on a loop. This repetition diminishes the impact of key moments in the film and hampers the overall immersion in the story.

Betty Campbell

The soundtrack effectively builds tension and suspense during pivotal scenes, heightening the drama and excitement of the narrative.

Nancy Williams

The musical score expertly conveys the emotional depth of the characters and the challenges they face throughout the film. From the intense battle sequences to the heartfelt moments of sacrifice and bravery, the soundtrack enhances every aspect of the storytelling, making it a truly memorable and impactful experience for the audience.

Daniel Rodriguez

The musical themes in the soundtrack are intricately woven together, creating a cohesive and unified listening experience that mirrors the interconnected nature of the characters and events in the story.

Thomas Young

The use of orchestral arrangements in the soundtrack adds a grand and majestic feel to the heroic journey of Hercules.

Michael White

The dynamic and engaging rhythms in the music keep the audience engaged and immersed in the unfolding events of the story.

Betty Roberts

The music effectively enhances the emotional moments in the plot, creating a deeper connection with the characters and their struggles.