Hercules and Iolaus help the sculptor Thanis, who neglects his farm because of his artistic drive, and enjoy his daughter Daniella. When he goes to town for supplies, Iolaus witnesses him commit a senseless crime, which he seems totally oblivious about a minute later, but for which the magistrate, even though an art lover, condemns him to have his hands cut off 'for lack of proof of innocence' to set an example in the hope to stop the recent crime wave. After our heroes encounter more behavior out of character, including each-others, it becomes clear none of them is the actual person, here's a supernatural shape-shifter, and Hercules knew as a child the perfect suspect: Proteus, a minor god...
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No Slightly Discolored and Impish Gods who vaguely resemble any Candidate in the 1996 presidential elections were harmed during the production of this motion picture. See more