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Robin Hood

Robin Hood (1973) Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film Robin Hood

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  • 1973
  • Walt Disney Studios
  • Buena Vista Pictures Distribution
  • Feature Length Theatrical Animated Film
  • Cartoon Characters: Robin Hood, Maid Marian, Little John, Prince John, King Richard, Sir Hiss, Lady Kluck, Friar Tuck, Allan-a-Dale, Sheriff of Nottingham, Nutsy, Trigger, Skippy, Sis, Tagalong, Toby Turtle, Otto, Mother Rabbit, Church Mice.
  • Vocal Talent: Brian Bedford (Robin Hood), Peter Ustinov (Prince John, King Richard), Phil Harris (Little John), Roger Miller (Allan-a-Dale), Terry-Thomas (Sir Hiss), Monica Evans (Maid Marian), Andy Devine (Friar Tuck), Pat Buttram (Sheriff), George Lindsey (Trigger), Ken Curtis (Nutsy), Carole Shelley (Lady Cluck), Billy Whitaker (Skippy), Dana Laurita (Sis), Dora Witaker (Tagalong), Richie Sanders (Toby the Turtle), J. Pat O'Malley (Otto), John Fiedler (Church Mouse), Beulah Bondi (Church Mouse), Candy Candido (Crocodile), Barbara Luddy (Mother Rabbit).
  • Directed By Wolfgang Reitherman.
    Assistant Directors: Ed Hansen, Dan Alguire, Jeff Patch.
  • Produced By Wolfgang Reitherman.
  • Animated By Hal King, Art Stevens, Cliff Nordberg, Burny Mattinson, Eric Larson, Don Bluth, Dale Baer, Fred Hellmich.
    Directing Animators: Milt Kahl, Ollie Johnston (as Oliver M. Johnston Jr), Frank Thomas, John Lounsbery.
    Effects Animators: Dan MacManus, Jack Buckley.
    Key Assistant Animators: Dale Oliver, Bob McCrea, Chuck Williams, Stan Green.
  • Written By Ken Anderson, Frank Thomas, Julius Svendsen, Vance Gerry, Eric Cleworth, David Michener.
    Head of Story: Larry Clemmons.
  • Music By George Bruns.
    Songs: Roger Miller, Floyd Huddleston, George Bruns, Johnny Mercer.
    Orchestrations: Walter Sheets.
    Music Editor: Evelyn Kennedy.
    Sound: Herb Taylor.
  • Edited By Tom Acosta, Jim Melton.
  • Layouts: Basil Davidovich, Sylvia Roemer, Joe Hale, Ed Templer, Jr.
  • Backgrounds: Bill Layne, Ralph Hulett, Ann Guenther.
  • Color Styling: Al Dempster.
  • Art Director: Don Griffith.
  • Production Manager: Don Duckwall.

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The classic story of the bandit of Sherwood Forest is given a new twist-all the characters are animals. Robin Hood is a fox, as is Maid Marian. Little John is a very big bear, Friar Tuck is a badger, and Prince John is a scrawny lion who tries to usurp the throne...  (more)

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Having seen many animated versions of Robin Hood, I have to say that this version stands out like a sore thumb. It doesn't matter that all the characters are animals, or that certain new characters were created for this movie. It tells a good story,...  (read more)

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Disney's Robin Hood is -by far- one of the best movies, the Walt Disney family has produced. The characters of the movie are all animals, Robin Hood is a Fox, Liitle John is a bear, King John is a lion, Marion is fox (in order to be able to couble with...  (read more)

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Steven Bell does not realize the this is a 'DISNEY MOVE' that is designed to bring the child out and bring families together.

This move was never to be a ture actual description of the life and times of 'ROBIN HOOD!'

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I've seen most of the theatrical versions of the Robin Hood story, and this was by far the weakest. The excessive number of cute children's parts tends to slow the sense of adventure down tremendously. I also object to the constant appearence of...  (read more)

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