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The story of the legendary outlaw is portrayed with the characters as humanoid animals.

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An imaginative Disney version of the Robin Hood legend. Fun and romance abound as the swashbuckling hero of Sherwood Forest and his valiant sidekick plot one daring adventure after another to outwit the greedy prince and his partner as they put the tax squeeze on the poor. Written by alfiehitchie

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6 December 1973 (Argentina)  »

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Some of the dance scenes in the woods were recycled from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937), The Jungle Book (1967) and The AristoCats (1970). See more »

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When Robin and Little John are on the side of the road posing as gypsies to attract Prince John and his patrol: in one shot, when they are bowing, Robin is barefoot; in the next shot, his shoes are back on. See more »

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Prince John: Stop, hee hee hee, stop hissing in my ear!
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Version of Robin Hood (1912) See more »

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Fight On
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(University of Southern California fight song)
Music by Milo Sweet
Briefly in the score during escape sequence following the archery tournament
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The best Disney film ever made?
28 June 2006 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

As above. Don't you ever wonder what the fascist, communist-hating Mr. Disney would have thought about bringing such an inherently socialist tale to the silver screen under his life's work's label? I know I do. Robin Hood quite explicitly makes the rich and royal people of England out to be total crooks, and the poor workers out to be heroes in a Marxist fashion. "Stealing from the rich and giving to the needy." Indeed. The adventurous Sherwood Forest hero Robin Hood who did so was my very first crush. Luckily, I have since then outgrown my infatuation for animals. Although I can look back and see that he still is quite the fox.

I maintain there are subtle elements of English humour that shine through in Disney's Robin Hood, and maybe that is why I like it so much. It may also be the hysterical comedic sidekicks like Sir Hiss. Whatever it is, this is without a doubt the best story of Robin Hood told on film, even though it's a cartoon aimed for kids. Good songs, good fast-paced action (that archery contest at the medieval fair was genius), interesting characters and nicely animated sets. All the characters have been translated into appropriate and symbolic animals. If you haven't thought about that before, do it next time you watch this film.

Maid Marion is perhaps one of the weakest female Disney characters, but then, they have never been known to be very dimensional or showed much range other than when they are the protagonists (like Ariel), and Marion is not one—she is a supporting character to the awesome Robin Hood and that is enough for this film.

Robin Hood is Disney film that's stuck with me through the years and its only rival for best Disney film of all time is perhaps Aladdin.


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