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Robin Hood (18-Oct-1922)

Director: Allan Dwan

Writer: Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.

Keywords: Action/Adventure, Robin Hood, Archery

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Wallace Beery
Actor
1-Apr-1885 15-Apr-1949 Grand Hotel
Douglas Fairbanks, Sr.
Actor
23-May-1883 12-Dec-1939 The Thief of Baghdad
Alan Hale, Sr.
Actor
10-Feb-1892 22-Jan-1950 The Adventures of Robin Hood

REVIEWS

Review by Glenn Kirkland (posted on 12-Mar-2008)

A fabulous movie! I have enjoyed this movie many times. There are so many great scenes in it and tribute has been paid this movie on several occassions. One that comes to mind was in a Bugs Bunny cartoon when Robin says, "Welcome to Sherwood!" The movie stars... Errol Flynn ... Robin Hood Olivia de Havilland ... Maid Marian Basil Rathbone ... Sir Guy of Gisbourne Claude Rains ... Prince John Patric Knowles ... Will Scarlett Eugene Pallette ... Friar Tuck Alan Hale, Sr. ... Little John Olivia de Havilland is a knock-out in this movie and Claude Rains, is delightfully evil. There are some great scenes in this movie, like when Robin and Little John fight with quarter-staffs. Another great scene comes when Robin runs into Friar Tuck. This movie is a shear delight and is viewable by the whole family! There are no computerized, special effects. All the stunts were actually performed. This movie has tension, suspense, humor and is a visual delight. The musical score is great and adds much to the experience.


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