Robin Hood is an 1973 American animated film produced by the Walt Disney Productions, first released in the United States on November 8, 1973. The 21st animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, the film is based on the legend of Robin Hood, but uses anthropomorphic animals instead of people. The film is narrated by a rooster minstrel named Alan-a-Dale (mentioned verbally only, while credited officially on-screen as "The Rooster"), who describes Robin Hood and Little John as outlaws who dwell in Sherwood Forest, stealing from the rich and giving to the poor people of nearby city Nottingham. They are constantly pursued by the Sheriff of Nottingham and his posse, but manage to outrun them each time. Meanwhile, Prince John, the ruling "king" of England, passes through Nottingham. After his servant, Sir Hiss, hypnotized King Richard into going to battle in The Crusades, Prince John made himself King and began collecting taxes from the people all over England to become richer. Robin and Little John disguise themselves as female fortune tellers and manage to steal from (and humiliate) Prince John, who does not realise what it happening until they are escaping. Shor
Release Date: May 14, 2010
Director: Ridley Scott
Producer: Ridley Scott, Russell Crowe, Brian Grazer, Michael Costigan, Charles Schlissel, Jim Whitaker, Ryan Kavanaugh
Cast: Max von Sydow, Scott Grimes, Cate Blanchett, William Hurt, Russell Crowe, Mark Addy, Mark Strong, Matthew MacFadyen, Douglas Hodge, Danny Huston, Eileen Atkins, Mark Jones, Kevin Durand, Oscar Isaac, LÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â©a Seydoux, Alan Doyle
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Parents need to know that this video is mostly tame but contains examples of bad behavior, such as greediness, gullibility and, in Robin's case, stealing. But it's also a heartwarming tale about having compassion for those who are less fortunate.Click here to read the full reviewApril 21st, 2015 · Details
Robin Hood is another Disney classic for kids. Even with it's limited budget, it's actually a very good Disney film. Please ignore the PG-13 stuff as I'm pretty much sure that's for the live action versions of the classic tale.December 13th, 2013 · Details
The reviewer named "ventor" seems to have confused this, the kid-friendly Disney-animated Robin Hood, with the much newer and adult Russel Crowe version. This version has a few sad moments, like any good country song, but should be just fine for any child out of diapers.July 14th, 2013 · Details
This movie is a lot like Braveheart in a lot of ways. Scott attempted to create a more historically accurate and epic recreation of the Robin Hood story. While it isn't nearly as gory as Brave Heart, it is still incredibly violent. There are two graphic instances of men getting shot through the neck by an arrow. A blind man gets run through with a sword. That man's son gets run through by a spear. Its like the writers had some weird fascination with getting run through. It is because of this that I give this a low 'R' rating. Besides this, the movie was pretty darn good. I thought Crowe made a descent Robin Hood and Kate Blanchette a good Marian. I think this movie is definitely worth seeing if your into Middle ages war flicks. If nothing else it will make you feel glad you didn't live during that truly dark time of man's history.February 28th, 2011 · Details