Jason and the Argonauts (1963 film)

1963 film by Don Chaffey
The epic story that was destined to stand as a colossus of adventure!

Jason and the Argonauts is a 1963 film about the legendary Greek hero who leads a team of intrepid adventurers in a perilous quest for the legendary Golden Fleece.

Directed by Don Chaffey. Written by Beverley Cross and Jan Read, based on The Argonautica Apollonius Rhodius.
Greatest Odyssey Of The Ages - for the first time on the screen  (taglines)

ZeusEdit

 
The gods are best served by those who need their help the least.
 
For the moment, let them enjoy a calm sea, a fresh breeze and each other.
  • If I had to punish every blasphemy, I would have no followers!
  • The gods are best served by those who need their help the least.
  • For the moment, let them enjoy a calm sea, a fresh breeze and each other. The girl is pretty and I was always sentimental. But for Jason, there are other adventures. I have not finished with Jason. Let us continue the game another day.

AeëtesEdit

  • Rise up, you dead, slain of the hydra, rise from your graves and avenge us! Those who steal the Golden Fleece must die.

PhineasEdit

  • Lord Zeus, I was a sinner. I have never tried to deny it. But I didn't sin every day! Why then do you punish me every day?

DialogueEdit

Pelias: Well?
Priest: Zeus, king of the gods of the Greeks, brighten the ashes that I may read the future. I see... a great tree at the end of the world. And in its branches there hang the skull and skin of a ram. They gleam and shine for it is a prize of the gods, a Golden Fleece.

Phineas: But tell me, what gods protect you?
Jason: None now.
Phineas: You won't pass the Clashing Rocks.

TaglinesEdit

  • The epic story that was destined to stand as a colossus of adventure!
  • Greatest Odyssey Of The Ages - for the first time on the screen

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