Talk:Hercules Unchained

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release date[edit]

I'm very confused at how this article states the the movie's release date is in 2002. Vash The Stampede 19:36, 2 January 2006 (UTC)

Name change.[edit]

SickBoy, thanks for uploading an image for this article. That said, you broke the italics and bolding in the first paragraph, and also made it so that the preceded link went to Hercules's actual labors, as opposed to the previous movie. Please be careful on these things!

Anyway, for what it's worth, my only knowledge of this film is from MST3K which used "Unchained." That said, what's the policy for moves like this? Was the "International English" title ever actually used? I mean, yes, it's a literal translation of the Italian, but still. Since the main reason people will come to this article (I think!) is due to laughing at it from MST3K, it's best to use the name most known. SnowFire 02:26, 29 August 2006 (UTC)