Robin Hood and his Merry Men must song and invade the castle of the
King to prevent his love, Fanny Zilch, being married to an old, blind
rich man in this pretty good Terrytoon.
The beginning of 1933 was a good start for Paul Terry's product -- he
must have liked the statements for the second half of 1932 is my guess.
This one is full of musical director Philip Scheib's operetta music, a
lot of good, if randomly inserted gags and fine technical work --
elaborate background art and some interesting perspective shots.
In addition, whoever designed and animated the character of the King
was having a good time. It's a fine work from the Terry studio's peak
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