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Adventures of Robin Hood, The: Special Edition (Dbl DVD)
Never has Warner Bros.'s Technicolor classic looked as vibrant and lush as it does on this DVD. The restoration alone is worth the DVD's weight in stolen booty. But adding to its wealth are the pertinent extras that support the film's story, its historical background, its technical achievements, and the Robin Hood legend as a whole. Notable extras include Rudy Behlmer's commentary, which will tell you more than you ever thought you needed to know about the film. The "Welcome to Sherwood" documentary nicely balances the historical state of Warner Bros. studio in the late 1930s, the decision to make the film, its production, and its continuing success. There's even an hourlong documentary on the history of Technicolor, which is interesting and surprisingly scandalous. In closing, (and maybe the best of the extras!) are two classic "Looney Tunes" cartoons based on the merry prankster from Sherwood Forest. Simply stated: a great package for a perfect film. --Rob Bracco
This is the best "Robin Hood" ever, the acting and the sets are great. I also like the bright colors used and the plot of the whole movie.Published 1 day ago by Gerald Zievert
A classic. Bought it for my sister as a surprise gift. One of her all time favorites!!
She's my one of my favorites!!
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Through the different variations of Robin Hood that have been produced over last few decades, the myth of Robin Hood has grown in awareness in western culture. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Matthew Carter
Exciting and brilliant movie. Great performances break-neck speed direction and a production design that's simply outstanding. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Leslie Kael
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The Manchurian Candidate still packs a punch in its early 1960s dramatization, though it was remade in more recent years. Alfred Hitchcock's North by Northwest (1959) has never been remade, but was the forerunner of the James Bond films and oodles of other thrillers, and is still a potent thriller.
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