Mighty Zeus brings Hercules' mother, Alcmene, to Mount Olympus, and Hercules, believing she has been kidnapped, leads a rescue mission to save her.

The Water Titan Tethys arises from the water as the Fire Titan Mnemosyne emerges from the volcano and the fat Wind Titan Crius materializes from a tornado right in front of Xena and Gabrielle. With these angry behemoths on the loose, only the combined forces of Hercules and Xena, together with their trusty sidekicks Iolaus and Gabrielle, can save Mount Olympus. Now why would someone take an overly New Zealand action show and make an animated musical direct to video childrens movie out of it?

Zeus’ jealous wife, Hera, decides that it should now be her time to rule the universe.

Made by fans in Auckland, New Zealand. The titan's one was laughably bad. Even its greatest strength—the assured voice work of Kevin Sorbo and Lucy Lawless, reprising their TV roles—only reminds us of what's unforgivable about Olympus: It's not nearly as vivid a cartoon as the live-action series."[6].

Meanwhile, Aphrodite surfs down a mountain to Iolaus' happiness. The movie has not been included on any DVD box sets or other home media relating to either series.

There are also songs as this made for kids and they are not the greatest. [1] It was directed by Lynne Naylor and written by John Loy. Hercules rescues Alcmene then leaves to fight the Titans. The Titans come and fight.

Originally slated for a mid-October release, the film was pushed back to January. When Xena accuses Ares for what he did to Gabrielle, Artemis tells Xena the truth about his actions. The movie has not been included on any DVD box sets or other home media relating to either series.

Hera steals the Chronos Stone, source of the God's power, and unleashes the four Titans from their eons of imprisonment.

The animation in Hercules and Xena: The Battle for Mount Olympus is not excellent.

Ignoring Aphrodite's warning, Hercules decides to go to Mount Olympus and Iolaus stays behind with Aphrodite. Meanwhile, Xena and Gabrielle steal the gold back from the satyrs. Hercules finds out that Alcmene was sick and Zeus offered to make up for hardtimes by giving her immortality and taking her to live with him on Mount Olympus. Gabrielle drops the Titan into the cavern and Hercules nearly falls to his death.

The Titans then gather to begin their revenge on the gods. Hera uses the Cronus Stone to strengthen the Titans but she fails to force her will on the Titans. Just click the "Edit page" button at the bottom of the page or learn more in the Synopsis submission guide.

Referring to the limited animation, he wrote "It's all suitably legendary, but why must the animated movie hark back to Hanna-Barbera in the paint-by-numbers Speed Buggy years? Peter Cook writing for SF Gate said "Though steeped in pop-style Greek myth, the video has a '90s attitude. "We want the finished product to be of the finest quality," said Louis Feola, President of Universal Home Video. Artermis turns Gabrielle back to normal who seemed to enjoy the experience to fly. The original story featured many more than just five Olympians, with Athena and Hermes playing major roles – the Fates even took part, beating some of the giants with bronze clubs. Hera shows up, and yells at Zeus about bringing Alcmene here. i mean, it was a bit dull right after the intro, but it improved significantly as it progressed. Hercules And Xena: The Battle For Mount Olympus was released on home video in 1998.

It later received a television airing on Fox's Fox Kids block. At it's peak, is a large temple, which is the home of the Olympian Pantheon of gods.

You can also tell that they used the backgrounds from some other crappy cartoon as there is an electrical outlet in a wall.

It just screams "rush job" for its entire run time. Xena and Gabrielle are helping wounded people and Artemis decides to get Xena's help and transforms Gabrielle into a bird. Zeus and Alcmene go back to Olympus and Zeus welcomes Hercules to visit.

Meanwhile, Aphrodite surfs down a mountain to Iolaus' happiness.

A mishmash of animation styles that just don't mix well at all is the main tell. Porphyrion tells Hercules that he can go free because he is not defending the gods. The thing that really got me was just now much dead air there is between characters talking which is amplified by the lack of movement in the animation. The voice editing?

Ares tells Xena there is a trap set for Hercules at Thebes. Aphrodite rides what looks like a snowboard and laces her speech with ditzy Valley-Girl phrases.

"[4], Randy Myers Knight-Ridder for The Spokesman gave another positive review saying "All of the mayhem and god blustering is executed with a light, calculated touch.

Tom McGrath served as a domestic key animator in the film, while Chris Mitchell co-directed the animation overseas at Koko Enterprises in South Korea, The movie was released in the United States on VHS on the 5th January 1998 for $19.98 and on DVD on the 28th of February 1998. Xena wants Hercules to go because Thebes needs his help.

Because NOTHING in this movie coheres. Porphyrion was the leader of the giants, who could only be killed by gods and demigods working together – Heracles, unsurprisingly, was selected as the gods' primary champion. Hercules is still angry at Zeus for abducting Alcmene in the first place.

The animation in Hercules and Xena: The Battle for Mount Olympus is not excellent. Xena flies on Gabrielle to the gods' home while Hercules climbs up. Be the first to contribute!

Iolaus is tired but they see Zeus come from the heavens in his chariot, winged horses like Pegasus driving the chariot down.

Zeus' jealous wife, Hera, decides that it should now be her time to rule the universe. Hercules is still angry at Zeus for abducting Alcmene in the first place. Hercules finds out that Alcmene was sick and Zeus offered her immortality with him on Mount Olympus.

The Water Titan Tethys arises from the water as the Fire Titan Mnemosyne emerges from the volcano and the fat Wind Titan Crius materializes from a tornado right in front of Xena and Gabrielle.

When Zeus finds Hera in the dollhouse, Hera quotes that "it was fun while it lasted.". Hercules and Xena – The Animated Movie: The Battle for Mount Olympus is a 1998 American animated action-adventure direct-to-video film starring the voices of Kevin Sorbo, Lucy Lawless, Michael Hurst, Renee O'Connor, Kevin Smith, and Alexandra Tydings, all reprising their roles from Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. Legendary Journeys is a FANDOM TV Community. However, Gabrielle saves Hercules, and drops him off on the gods' mountain in time to close the stone, locking the Titans in their prison of lava. The upside here is that the voice acting is excellent. Synopsis: Hercules and Xena join forces to save the Gods of Olympus …

Gabrielle scoops up Porphyrion who had grabbed Hercules. Both series combined action, wit, likable characters and story lines that reeled in fans.

Zeus and Alcmene go back to Olympus and Zeus welcomes Hercules to visit. Iolaus and Hercules decide to rescue her.

The movie starts with the Sirens singing Across The Sea of Time, which is about how Zeus took the Cronus Stone from the Titans and had a fling with Alcmene and had a son named Hercules, who defeated a hydra at an early age and became a hero. Long after Zeus stole the Cronus Stone from the Titans, he and Alcmene gave birth to a son named Hercules, who defeated a Hydra at an early age and became a hero. The villagers thank Hercules, and Iolaus climbs out of a restchair and joins Hercules, who gets a big fish as a gift from the villagers.

Originally slated for a mid-October release, the film was pushed back to January.

Satyrs are in a bar having stolen gold from helpless people, so Xena and Gabrielle show up to beat them up and take the money back.

When Xena accuses Ares for what happened to Gabrielle, Artemis tells Xena that she changed Gabrielle into a bird to get Xena's help and Xena said that all she had to do was ask for help. Zeus calls Artemis, Aphrodite, and Ares together to fight the Titans and they hope Hercules will help them.

Xena flies on Gabrielle to the gods' home while Hercules climbs up. Report this film. Zeus calls Artemis, Aphrodite, and Ares together to fight the Titans and they hope Hercules will help them. The colors in this movies are amazingly bright and lively, with matches well with cool usage of shadows.

Having the cast from both shows do the voices for this bring some form of legitimacy to this. The heroes ride Gabrielle to the mountain and fight the Titans. It looks like we don't have a Synopsis for this title yet. The plot was nonsense, but the cool animation style and the fact that all of the original actors are in it counts for something.

Iolaus and Hercules decide to rescue her. As she is successful, they show Hercules meeting the Earth Titan Porphyrion as he emerges from the ground. |

Ares is a goat, Aphrodite is a cow, Artemis is a rabbit, and Zeus is a mouse. Mount Olympus is a beautiful mountain and the highest peak in Greece.

[3], Upon release, the movie received a mixed reception from critics.

Hercules and Xena flip Crius into the lava and Iolaus gets Tethys and Mnemosyne to collide and dissolve into the fiery pits. This is an average at best animated flick for the kiddos. Long after Zeus stole the Cronus Stone from the Titans, he and Alcmene gave birth to a son named Hercules, who defeated a Hydra at an early age and became a hero.

The story is inspired by the Gigantomachy, a war the Olympians fought with a race of beings called the Gigantes, or giants, whom Gaia created to get revenge on the Olympians for killing the Titans. Ignoring Aphrodite's warning, Hercules decides to go to Mount Olympus and Iolaus stays behind with Aphrodite. Zeus and Alcmene go back to Olympus and Zeus welcomes Hercules to visit. The mother takes her son as Xena and Gabrielle, in a nearby town, battle three thugs who they beat easily and Xena must stop a rolling giant rock from destroying the fat thug. Referring to the limited animation, he wrote "It's all suitably legendary, but why must the animated movie hark back to Hanna-Barbera in the paint-by-numbers Speed Buggy years? Ares shows up after Gabrielle throws wine at a satyr and beats him up with her fighting stick. Hercules meets the Earth Titan Porphyrion as he emerges from the ground.