During the late second and third seasons, the show shared a lot of animation and background music with Spider-Man (1967). Two episodes of the series ("From Menace to Menace" and "Dementia Five") had almost all their animation recycled for episodes "Phantom from the Depths of Time" and "Revolt in the Fifth Dimension" of Spider-Man (1967) by simply substituting Rocket Robin Hood with Spider-Man on the animated cels. The dialogue from these episodes was reused too with Spider-Man saying the same lines and Rocket Robin Hood and his supporters. See more »
Arch enemy of Rocket Robin Hood is the cruel space tyrant Prince John, despot ruler of the National Outerspace Terrestrial Territories. With the help of the wicked Sherrif of N.O.T.T., the black prince plans for that terrible day when he will destroy and conquer the entire solar system. Well, he might if it were not for Rocket Robin Hood. Rocket Robin Hood - outlaw defender of right in the astounding years to come.
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this show has been dated quite a bit because it is so old but i was so excited to see it running in reruns on the cartoon channel! the show is very old but it is Canadian and is so "retro-cool" i could scream. i remember watching this show as a kid and can't believe i still love it this much. the drawings/animation are pretty dated but that is one of the things that makes the show so interesting. if you are a fan of today's high tech cartoons with their "smoother" animation you won't like this show to much but for those of us who do this is a can't miss show. not sure if it was on much, or well know, in the united stated. the stories can sometimes be slow paced and it is really frustrating sometimes that they always repeat the entire very long opening credits scene after each break but that is because it was filmed and put on television originally in serial style.
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