What follows is a lot of complicated plotting and treachery between the three rulers of Babylon who are anything but united. There are shifting allegiances, political intrigue and fratricide! Finally, Hercules manages to locate Queen Asparia and free the Greek slaves. Then, using a giant wheeled contraption beneath the city, he collapses most of Babylon in on itself. He and Asparia lead the freed slaves back to Greece.
This is a pretty good film. Rock Stevens makes a great Hercules. He meets the physical requirements perfectly and he's also a decent actor. Art Director, Pier Vittorio Marchi and his crew are to be commended. I think they did a great job of recreating Babylon. The sets are large and detailed. The art is unmistakable as anything but Babylonian.
This film features an army of extras. The dubbed voice cast is pretty solid and the film moves along at a good pace. This is definitely one to check out!