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disney is awesome. oooooooo de lolly!

and men in tights is so quotable.
-master robin, you lost your arms in battle... but you grew some nice boobs!

-did you say abe lincoln?

-I have a mole?

-unlike other robin hoods, I can speak with a british accent.



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Wow that is a tough one.
Definitely the version with Errol Flynn followed by a very very slim margin is the Disney version.
 
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Errol Flynn version is a classic. Daughter loved the one by Disney when it came out in '73.


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Errol Flynn. I love the sword fights.



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Errol Flynn version. Great cast. Flynn, De Havilland, Basil Rathbone, Claude Rains, Alan Hale..

I believe both Flynn and Rathbone were trained in sword fighting before the movie.


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Basil Rathbone,


The excellent Sherlock Holmes.


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Rental horse named Golden Cloud. Later bought by Roy Rogers and renamed Trigger.


I thought that was the obvious answer to a trick question and guessed "Buttermilk".


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Mel Brooks; one need look no further.
 
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Men in Tights. How can you NOT love it?


Did you say Abe Lincoln?


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Errol Flynn version followed closely by the Disney animated version.
 
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Tie between the Disney version and Men in Tights.
 
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Come on.. Pat Buttram, Ken Curtis and George Lindsey all in the same scene!?!


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