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Welcome to Sherwood! The Story of 'The Adventures of Robin Hood' (2003)

Video  -  Documentary  -  2003 (USA)
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Film historians examines the making of the 1938 "The Adventures of Robin Hood."

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Himself - Film Historian
Joseph Breen ...
Himself - Director, Motion Picture Producers & Distributors Association (archive footage)
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Himself - Film Historian
Paula Sigman ...
Herself - Literary Historian
Bob Thomas ...
Himself - Film Historian
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Himself - Film Historian
Bob Anderson ...
Himself - Sword Master
Gene Allen ...
Himself - Art Director, Warner Bros.
John Mauceri ...
Himself - Conductor, Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
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Film historians examines the making of the 1938 "The Adventures of Robin Hood."

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Excellent research
4 November 2003 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

The archival research in this documentary is terrific. They obviously went to great lengths to delve into the Warners archives. I wonder why more DVDs of old movies don't do this kind of work? There is certainly enough material.


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