Couldn't they have figured out what happened to Hylas?
After Talos falls on Hylas, crushing him to death, Jason's crew begins an arduous search for him. Apparently not one of the Argonauts ever stops to think that Talos might have fallen on top of Hylas -- even though, by their own conversation, they last saw him running back in the direction of the teetering monster to fetch Hercules's golden "spear"...before he mysteriously "disappeared". Ooooohh.
Now, for crying out loud! What did they think happened to him? I mean, they see Hylas running back toward a 300-foot hunk of metal that's about to fall over, and no one has the wit to figure out that maybe the thing fell on him? Why do they search all over the island for him when they know he was last seen on the beach, near Talos? Did they really think he was wounded and had somehow wandered miles away? Are they all so dense that it never even occurs to any of them that the reason they can't find Hylas is that he's buried under a thousand tons of bronze? And why are they so shocked, after Hercules leaves, to learn from Hera that Hylas is indeed dead? (And for that matter, why doesn't she tell them what happened to him?)
Yes, I know, it's a plot device to peel Hercules away from the Argonauts and get Hera involved again, but this always struck me as an absurdly stupid and non-credible dramatic point in an otherwise enjoyable -- indeed, excellent -- fantasy. If Hylas had wandered off by himself somewhere unseen by the rest and been killed, their inability to find out what had happened to him might be reasonable. But when the whole thing takes place right in front of them, even if no one witnessed the actual moment that Talos landed on Hylas, a modicum of logic or deductive reasoning should lead them to the blatantly obvious truth -- or at to least consider the possibility. Granted, they wouldn't have been able to physically roll Talos off Hylas to check, but a few brains and a little common sense seem to have been sorely lacking in this bunch.