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In relation to this thread, http://sigforum.com/eve/forums...601935/m/6030061054, I’m curious as to the favorite Robin Hood movie?

My favorite is the Mel Brooks version, Men in Tights. Followed by the Kevin Costner version and then the Disney animated version. I did not like the Russell Crow version, only watched part of the Errol Flynn version and didn’t even know a new one was out. I don’t have any interest in the new one however.

Question:
Which is your favorite Robin Hood version?

Choices:
Robin Hood with Errol Flynn
Robin Hood: Prince of Thives w/ Kevin Costner
Robin Hood Disney animated
Robin Hood with Russell Crow
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
Robin Hood 2018 release

 




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Costner and freeman and the guy from Die Hard (never remember his name) What’s not to like.


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You left the best one off of your list.



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The Errol Flynn/Olivia De Haviland version , is IMHO THE classic Robin Hood. Great score as well.
 
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Erroll Flynn is first followed by Costner.


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The Errol Flynn/Olivia De Haviland version , is IMHO THE classic Robin Hood. Great score as well.
My favorite. The colors are spectacular. You get extra credit if you can identify Olivia's horse.




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Lest we forget, Robin Hood also made an appearance in "Time Bandits".




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Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains.
 
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Originally posted by FN in MT:
The Errol Flynn/Olivia De Haviland version , is IMHO THE classic Robin Hood. Great score as well.
My favorite. The colors are spectacular. You get extra credit if you can identify Olivia's horse.



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Gotta go with Prince of Thieves, but only because of Alan Rickman.




 
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Men in Tights. How can you NOT love it?




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Gotta go with Prince of Thieves, but only because of Alan Rickman.

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Men in Tights. How can you NOT love it?

These two by far...



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I used to like the TV b&w Robin Hood with Richard Greene.


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Men in Tights is hilarious so I'm going with that one, but Prince of Thieves is entertaining as well.



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Errol Flynn's film is my favorite.



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Yep. The Rodger Miller version is my favorite!




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I used to like the TV b&w Robin Hood with Richard Greene.


I remember that from childhood. Then there was the British 80s "Robin of Sherwood" series, which I found an appealing mix of gritty medieval real life and some Celtic pagan/supernatural elements. Apparently it established the Saracen character which became a staple in later treatments. Musical score by Clannad.
 
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Rental horse named Golden Cloud. Later bought by Roy Rogers and renamed Trigger.


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