Hector the Mighty (Italian: Ettore lo fusto) is a 1972 Italian comedy film directed by Enzo G. Castellari. A parody of Homer's Iliad set in modern times, it is loosely based on the 1966 novel Le roi des Mirmidous by Henri Viard and Bernard Zacharias. Italian horror film director Lucio Fulci co-wrote the screenplay. Producer Edmondo Amati wanted Fulci to direct it, but Fulci thought it was an inferior project and was able to get out of doing it, even though he was under contract to Amati at the time.
|Vittorio De Sica||Giove|
|Orchidea de Santis||Briseide|
|Michael Forest||Achille / Achilles|
|Juan Luis Galiardo||Paride|
|Umberto Di Grazia|
|Franco Moruzzi||(as Franco Morici)|