The real heir of Athens was deprived of his throne, and his son Jesson was living in hiding. He found a valiant champion in Hercules. When Hercules learnt the truth about Jesson from his mother he took a vow that he would put Jesson on the throne of Athens even at the cost of his life. But his way was not paved with roses. He had to face and undergo superhuman difficulties before he could achieve his purpose. Maliz the present King would step down at his bidding. He tried to kill Jesson. And at his behest Jesson was thrown before a sevenheaded serpent. But Hercules spoiled his game by killing the serpent, and demanded the throne for Jesson. Maliaz then made a bit of destroy Hercules. Maliaz and his henchman Subbaraw claimed another man to be Jesson and tried to put Hercules in false colours. Hercules had to accept the challenge. He was falsely advised by Gods, to bring "Lalmani" from Medusa so that the truth could be accertained. Hercules left for Medusa. Maliz and Subbaraw arranged for the destruction of Hercules and Jesson in the way, but were saved by Helen, the daughter of Subbaraw, who had fallen in love with Hercules. Surmounting all the difficulties, Hercules reaches Medusa, killed her and snatched the Lalmani. When he returned back, Maliz and Subbaraw took another line of attack. "Lalmani" was stolen from Hercules, and ears of his mother were poisoned, who turned against him. They tried to kill Jesson and blame of his murder was thrown on Hercules. Enraged mother helped the schemers in arresting Hercules as Jesson's murderer. He was to die publicily.