The Adventures Of Robin Hood

The Adventures Of Robin Hood
The Adventures Of Robin Hood

Year

1938

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

The story of the justice-seeking Nottinghamshire outlaw has been told countless times, but never with the energy, lightness of touch and sheer sense of fun of this terrific 1930s version, starring the great Errol Flynn. It's one the earliest of the big colour movies, and the film-makers took the opportunity to make the set, the props and the costumes as vivid as possible. The sword fights are dizzying, but it is Flynn's easy charm that makes this one of the great swashbuckling movies.

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