Disney's Animated Myths and Legends is an American animated adventure fantasy comedy-drama TV series. It tells stories from different mythologies from around the world, including Greek, Norse, Mayan, Roman, Egyptian, Native American, Indian, Chinese, Inca, Japanese, Australian Aboriginal, African, Aztec and Middle Eastern, as well as a number of religious tales. It originally ran on ABC from December 5, 1997 to October 6, 2003. From September 5, 2005 to February 5, 2007, the series aired reruns on Jetix in Latin America, India, Canada, France and Australia. Reruns also aired on Disney Cinemagic in the UK, Turkey, Austria, Germany and Scandinavia from January 4, 2010 to August 26, 2013. In Japan, the Netherlands, South Africa, Italy and Greece, reruns aired on Disney XD from November 2, 2009 to September 3, 2012.

List of episodes

Season 1

1. Beowulf (December 5, 97)

This episode, based off the epic poem, tells the story of Beowulf, the great hero who bravely fought the monster Grendel and his mother and later fought a dragon.


Jeff Glen Bennett-Beowulf, Unferth, Villagers, Soldiers, Servant

Jim Cummings-King Hrothgar, Soldiers, Villagers, Farmer, Guards

Kath Soucie-Queen Wealtheow, Villagers, Woman

Billy West-Grendel, Villagers

B.J. Ward-Grendel's mother, Villagers

Rino Romano-Wiglaf

Frank Welker-Dragon, Dog, Villagers, Soldiers, Townsmen, Crows, Horses

Charlie Adler-Thief, Villagers

Ed Gilbert-Guards

Corey Burton-Villagers

Michael Gough-Messenger

James Earl Jones-King Erik

Mary Kay Bergman-Villagers, Woman, Queen Eleanor

Tony Jay-Narrator

2. Theseus and the Minotaur (January 2, 1998)

King Minos has been sending young Athenians to be slaughtered by the Minotaur as a form of retribution for his son's death. That is until the hero Theseus steps in to prove his worth and battle the Minotaur.


Jason Marsden-Theseus

Maurice LaMarche-King Minos

Clancy Brown-Minotaur

Billy West-King Aegeus

Grey DeLisle-Ariadne

Mary Kay Bergman-Mother, Young Woman

Corey Burton-Father

Jeff Glen Bennett-Palace guard

Tony Jay-Narrator

3. The Golden Touch (January 16, 1998)

The wealthy King Midas makes a wish to turn everything he touches into gold. However, is it too good to be true?


Stephen Root-King Midas

Tara Strong-Marigold

Charlie Adler-Dionysus

Jeff Glen Bennett-Servant

Tony Jay-Narrator

4. Romulus and Remus (February 2, 1998)

This episode tells the story of the twin brothers, raised in the wilderness, who founded the greatest empire on earth.


Scott Menville-Romulus

Jeff Glen Bennett-Remus, Mars, Guard

Billy West-Amulius, Villagers

Jan Hooks-Rhea Silvia

Frank Welker-Wolf, Villagers, Vultures, Woodpecker

Maurice LaMarche-Faustulus

Jim Cummings-Numitor

Mary Kay Bergman-Sabine Women

Kath Soucie-Faustulus' wife, Sabine Women, Villagers

Jason Marsden-Roman men

Rob Paulsen-Roman men, Villagers

Tony Jay-Narrator

5. The Beginning (February 16, 1998)

This episode shows the ancient Norse account of how the world came to be.


Jim Cummings-Odin, Ymir

Maurice LaMarche-Surt

Tom Kenny-Buri

Kris Kristofferson-Vili

Jeff Bennett-, Ask

Tara Strong-Embla

Catherine O'Hara-Frigg

Cam Clarke-Thor

Tony Jay-Narrator

6. The Trojan War (February 16, 1998)

Helen of Troy, the beautiful wife of Menelaus of Sparta, has been captured by Paris, and when he refuses to return her, this sparks off a war between the Trojans and the Greeks.


Brendan Fraser-Achilles

Mary Kay Bergman-Helen of Troy

Peter O'Toole-Agamemnon

Diedrich Bader-Greek soldier, Ajax

Phil Hartman-Paris

Frank Welker-Horses, Soldiers, Trojan citizens, Greek citizens

Jeff Bennett-Greek citizens, Soldiers, Trojan citizens

Tress MacNeille-Hera, Trojan citizens, Greek citizens

Kath Soucie-Athena, Greek citizens

Jennifer Hale-Aphrodite

Paul Rudd-Patroclus

Tony Jay-Narrator

7. Anansi Brings Stories To The World (March 2, 1998)

A modern day Akan chief tells his people about how Anansi brought stories into the world.


Phil LaMarr-Anansi

Steve Toussaint-Chief

Kevin Michael Richardson-Nyame

Harold Perrineau-Onini

Scott Menville-Osebo

LeVar Burton-Mmoboro

Cree Summer-Mmoatia, Aso

Frank Welker-Jungle animals

Tony Jay-Narrator

8. The Riddle of The Sphinx (April 13, 1998)

The wretched monster known as the Sphinx has been killing travelers to Thebes who fail to correctly answer a riddle posed by her ("What has four legs in the morning, two in the afternoon and three in the evening?"). Can the hero Oedipus answer the riddle or will he be the Sphinx's next victim?


Luke Perry-Oedipus

Debi Derryberry-Sphinx, Oracle

Brooke Shields-Jocasta

Elliott Gould-Laius

Jeff Bennett-Traveller

Frank Welker-Horses, Eagle, Shepherd

Tony Jay-Narrator

9. Androcles and The Lion (April 20, 1998)

While on the run, the Roman slave Androcles encounters a wounded lion. In gratitude for him removing a thorn from its paw, the beast befriends Androcles. Their friendship will soon be tested when the slave's masters recapture and force him to fight in the arena.


Jeff Bennett-Androcles, Slave, Roman citizen

Ron Perlman-Marcus

Dee Bradley Baker-Lion

Tim Curry-Emperor

Scott Menville-Androcles' friend, Roman soldier

Frank Welker-Roman soldier

Tara Strong-Spectators

Rob Paulsen-Roman soldier, Spectators

10. The Odyssey (part 1 & 2) (May 11, 1998)

Odysseus, the ruler of Ithaca, has won the Trojan war. Now he must endure ten years of wandering the earth, encountering vicious monsters, seductive enchantresses and powerful forces of nature, to make it back home to his kingdom and his family.


Kyle MacLachlan-Odysseus

Kath Soucie-Penelope, Trojan citizens

Jeff Bennett-City guard, Soldiers, Trojan citizens, Suitor

Brendan Fraser-Achilles

Maurice LaMarche-Cyclops, City guard, Suitor, Menelaus

Jim Cummings-Poseidon, Suitor, Trojan citizens

Frank Welker-Sheep, Trojan citizens, Soldiers, Wolves, Lions, Wild boar, Bears, Suitor, Scylla

Jason Marsden-Telemachus

Sean Marquette-Young Telemachus

Grey DeLisle-Circe, Trojan citizens

Brent Spiner-Aeolus

Rob Paulsen-Hermes, Suitor

Jennifer Hale-Calypso, Trojan citizens

11. Perseus and the Gorgon (May 18, 1998)

To save his mother from marrying the evil king Polydectes, the hero Perseus sets out to retrieve the head of Medusa, an evil Gorgon whose very gaze can turn her enemies into stone statues. Will he succeed or end up dying at the deadly face of Medusa?


Scott Menville-Perseus

Mary Kay Bergman-Danaë

Jennifer Hale-Medusa

Cree Summer-Stheno

Kath Soucie-Euratye, Athena

Keith David-Zeus

Rob Paulsen-Hermes

Stephen Root-King Polydectes

John Stephenson-King Acrisius

B.J. Ward-Grey Sister#1

Lauren Bacall-Grey Sister#2

Mary Scheer-Grey Sister#3

Jim Cummings-Poseidon

Gary Cole-Hades

12. The Story of Ra (June 1, 1998)

The Ancient Egyptian story of creation.


Frank Welker-Ra

Mary Kay Bergman-Nut

Jess Harnell-Shu

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