Talk:List of films based on Greco-Roman mythology

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Wasnt there a Disney sequal, Hercules II?

I'm making this an inc-video category and hope that's okay.--T. Anthony 07:13, 22 September 2005 (UTC)
Actually the straight to video Hercules Zero to Hero was a cobbling together of episodes from the TV show.--Dudeman5685 05:02, 19 May 2006 (UTC)

Taken from List of historical drama films ‎as off-topic. Can it be used here?[edit]

Sortable table
Title Release date Time period Notes on setting
Minotaur, the Wild Beast of Crete 1960 c. 1500 BC Minoan Crete
Minotaur 2006 c. 1500 BC loosely based on the legendary exploits of Theseus on Minoan Crete, although the film-makers for some reason tell us that this occurred during the Iron Age
Clash of the Titans 1981 c. 1300? BC based on the Greek legends of Perseus.
Clash of the Titans 2010 c. 1300? BC based on the Greek legends of Perseus.
Wrath of the Titans 2012 c. 1300? BC sequel to the Clash of the Titans remake.
Immortals 2011 c. 1300? BC based on the Greek legends of Theseus.
Arrivano i titani 1962 c. 2000? BC based on the Greek legends of Cadmus and the Titans.
Le Fatiche di Ercole 1958 mid-13th century BC roughly a generation before the Trojan War (some of the characters in the Argonautica were fathers to heroes of the Trojan War)
Hercules 2005 mid-13th century BC
Jason and the Argonauts 1963 mid-13th century BC the late Bronze Age voyage from Greece to Colchis and back
Jason and the Argonauts 2000 mid-13th century BC
Medea 1969 mid-13th century BC the immediate aftermath of the voyage of Argo
Ifegeneia 1977 c. 1200 BC Greece immediately before the soldiers set sail to attack Troy
Helen of Troy 1956 c. 1200 BC western Anatolia during the Trojan War
Troy 2004 c. 1200 BC western Anatolia during the Trojan War
L'ira di Achille 1962 c. 1200 BC western Anatolia in the 9th year of the Trojan War
Guerra di Troia 1961 c. 1200 BC western Anatolia in the 10th and final year of the Trojan War
The Trojan Women 1971 c. 1200 BC the immediate aftermath of the Trojan War
La Leggenda di Enea 1962 early 12th century BC Aeneas struggles to establish a new home-land in Italy for his fellow survivors of the Trojan War
Electra 1962 early 12th century BC the daughter of the Greek king Agamemnon seeks revenge for her father's murder
Ulysses 1955 early 12th century BC the ten year struggle of Odysseus to return home to Ithaca in Greece after the Trojan War