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  • - () goddess of the love, with a theme song that even she thinks is annoying.

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    TV Guide Online: Hercules
    Review, cast and credits.

  • Both the "Greek" and the "mythology" are pretty much tossed away with the washing-up water, making way for rousing up-tempo songs (what the "Gospel Truth" has to do with matters mythical we can't quite figure out) and a high-profile voice cast that includes Danny De Vito, Rip Torn, Samantha Eggar, Hal Holbrook, Amanda Plummer, comedian Bobcat Goldthwait, Wayne Knight (of TV's Seinfeld ) and Matt Frewer (TV's Max Headroom ).

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    Apollo Movie Guide's Review of Hercules
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  • The Emperor's New Groove Ever since the phenomenal success of The Little Mermaid and Aladdin , animated Disney movies seem to stick to the same formula of taking an old story and updating it, 'Disney' style, adding songs and cartoon sidekicks in the process.

  • It is surprisingly funny and only contains one song.

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  • In a change from their other animated musicals, the characters do not randomly burst out into song.

  • Phil Collins (of course, we think of Africa when we think of Phil Collins) serves as kind of a Greek chorus, with his occasional songs either revealing a little more about the story or moving the story along.

  • The songs are adequate and (of course) radio friendly, and all composed by Collins.


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  • There is also a tape that has been delivered with a rough track of a song that needs to be learned for tomorrow's session.

  • We complete the last scenes, do pickups and, in the afternoon, record songs.

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  • Right from the getgo, Kingdom Hearts shows off what you would expect from a Squaresoft developed game; a gorgeous title screen and opening CG sequence, along with a beautifully voiced theme song and orchestrated music.

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  • 18 panel 3: Monks chanting backward may be an allusion to the allegation that there were messages recorded backward in Beatles' songs.

  • 4, panel 5: Tom'O'Bedlam's first words, which I believe are the lyrics to a folk song about Tom O'Bedlam.

  • The lines are from the same song Tom's singing on p.

  • It's also an Echo and the Bunnymen song title.

  • 15, panel 4: KM also refers to an Undertones song in v 3, #5, p.

  • 22, panel 1: The refrain is from "New York, New York" a song popularized by Frank Sinatra.

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