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18 October 1922 (USA) See more »
A nobleman becomes the vigilante Robin Hood who protects the oppressed English people from the tyrannical Prince John. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Wallace Beery ... Richard the Lion-Hearted

Sam De Grasse ... Prince John (as Sam de Grasse)

Enid Bennett ... Lady Marian Fitzwalter
Paul Dickey ... Sir Guy of Gisbourne

William Lowery ... The High Sheriff of Nottingham
Roy Coulson ... The King's Jester
Billie Bennett ... Lady Marian's Serving Woman
Merrill McCormick ... Henchman to Prince John
Wilson Benge ... Henchman to Prince John

Willard Louis ... Friar Tuck

Alan Hale ... Little John

Bud Geary ... Will Scarlett (as Maine Geary)
Lloyd Talman ... Allan-a-Dale

Douglas Fairbanks ... The Earl of Huntingdon/Afterwards Robin Hood
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Austin ... Friar (uncredited)
Ted Billings ... Peasant (uncredited)
Nino Cochise ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Ann Doran ... Page to Richard (uncredited)

Louise Emmons ... Villager (uncredited)

Robert Florey ... Taxpaying Peasant (uncredited)

Dale Fuller ... Peasant (uncredited)
Rita Gilman ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Ruth Hiatt ... Minor Role (uncredited)
Betty Lawson ... Extra (uncredited)
Charles Lewis ... English Soldier (uncredited)
Earl Luick ... Undetermined role (uncredited)
Virginia Moon ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Charles Ray ... Extra (uncredited)
Eugene H. Roth ... Minor Role (uncredited)

Charles Stevens ... Prince John's Aide (uncredited)

Directed by
Allan Dwan 
Writing credits
Douglas Fairbanks (story) (as Elton Thomas)

Kenneth Davenport  uncredited
Allan Dwan  uncredited
Edward Knoblock  uncredited
Lotta Woods  uncredited

Produced by
Douglas Fairbanks .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Victor Schertzinger (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Arthur Edeson (photography)
Charles Richardson (uncredited)
Film Editing by
William Nolan (film assembly)
Art Direction by
Wilfred Buckland (supervising art director)
Edward M. Langley 
Irvin J. Martin 
Costume Design by
Mitchell Leisen (costumes designed by) (as Leisen)
Makeup Department
George Westmore .... makeup artist (uncredited)
Art Department
Anton Grot .... assistant art director (uncredited)
William Cameron Menzies .... assistant art director (uncredited)
Lloyd Wright .... set designer (uncredited)
Charles Lewis .... stunts
Fred Cavens .... fencing stunts (uncredited)
David Sharpe .... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Talmadge .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
A.F. Kales .... still photographer (uncredited)
Music Department
A.H. Cokayne .... music arranger (uncredited)
A.H. Cokayne .... music compiled by (uncredited)
Victor Schertzinger .... music arranger (uncredited)
Victor Schertzinger .... music compiled by (uncredited)
Other crew
Robert Fairbanks .... technical director
Arthur Woods .... research director (as Dr. Arthur Woods)
Lotta Woods .... scenario editor
H.J. Utterhore .... fencing advisor (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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Also Known As:
"Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood" - USA (complete title)
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UK:117 min (video) | 120 min (AMC print) (1997) | USA:143 min (Raymond Rohauer print) (2012)
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Alan Hale appears as Little John in this film and reprised the role 16 years later in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) opposite Errol Flynn, then again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest (1950), 28 years after his performance in this film, which is one of the longest period for any actor to appear in the same major role in film history.See more »
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11 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
Robin Hood as you've never seen it before..., 11 November 2006
Author: Snow4849

...and may never want to see it again.

My biggest problem with the movie was the strange pace. In the beginning, before the Earl of Huntingdon becomes Robin Hood, things move as slowly as a snail. The movie is just over two hours long and could have been much shorter. For example, it opens with a long jousting tournament that could have been completely removed. But after Huntingdon goes AWOL on King Richard's Crusades (which are disturbingly glorified in this movie) to protect England from the tyranny of evil Prince John and adopts the alias Robin Hood, things suddenly start moving at break-neck speed.

Douglas Fairbanks shines in this film, creating a Robin Hood with surprising heart and humanity for a silent movie. But in a movie that was a big-budget blockbuster for the 1920s, Fairbanks's star is often eclipsed by needless pageantry, as well as by his own less-talented co-stars, particularly Wallace Beery as King Richard, the so-called "lion hearted" king who spends most of the movie laughing. He laughs when he sees that Earl of Huntingdon (Robin Hood) is scared of women, he laughs when he defeats the Muslims in the Crusades, he laughs when he discovers that Robin Hood is Huntingdon is disguise, and he laughs as he tries to barge in on Robin and Marian's wedding night in the final scene. Before long, you'll be wondering why the heck everyone in Nottingham reveres this guy, or you'll be asking the question I heard someone sitting near me in the theater whisper: "What is so funny, anyway?" Enid Bennett, playing Lady Marian, seems like a good actress, but it is hard to tell, as she's given little more to do than faint whenever a fight starts and wake up once the action's over. Her romance with Robin Hood, however, is definitely worth watching. My favorite scene in the whole movie was their first kiss: When Robin leans in toward her, she modestly turns away, and he settles with kissing the hem of her sleeve instead.

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