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The Loves of Hercules 

The Far-fetched flight scenes and tangled plot lines of this breathy 1960 Jayne Mansfield saga nudge Jonah and friends one step closer to the edge.

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Joel Hodgson (creator), Harold Buchholz | 18 more credits »
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Felicia Day ... Kinga Forrester
Patton Oswalt ... Max (TV's Son of TV's Frank)
Jonah Ray ... Jonah Heston
Baron Vaughn ... Tom Servo (voice)
Hampton Yount ... Crow T. Robot (voice)
Rebecca Hanson Rebecca Hanson ... Synthia / Gypsy
Joel Hodgson Joel Hodgson ... Ardy
Tim Ryder ... Bonehead #1
Zach Thompson Zach Thompson ... Bonehead #2
Grant Baciocco ... M. Waverly
Har Mar Superstar ... Skeleton Crew Bandleader
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The Far-fetched flight scenes and tangled plot lines of this breathy 1960 Jayne Mansfield saga nudge Jonah and friends one step closer to the edge.

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TV-14
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14 April 2017 (USA) See more »

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When Mickey Hargitay's credit appears, Crow quips "He was originally named Mortimer Hargitay." Walt Disney's original name for Mickey Mouse was Mortimer Mouse, but his wife didn't like it. See more »

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References Teen Wolf (1985) See more »

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You're the One That I Want
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Written by John Farrar
Performed by Jonah Ray
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1 December 2018 | by popculturethoughtsSee all my reviews

One of the best episodes of the Netflix reboot, "The Loves of Hercules" is one of the cheesiest movies the gang has covered so far, a 1960 Jayne Mansfield historical fantasy that seems to exist in a fever dream. Mansfield is a consistently strange screen presence, while real-life husband Mickey Hargitay just seems out of place onscreen thanks to a combination of limited talent and a noticeable lack of screen presence. It all makes for an amusing, charming and memorable episode.


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