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  • Actors: Anita Louise, Jill Esmond, Edgar Buchanan, Cornel Wilde, Henry Daniell
  • Directors: George Sherman, Henry Levin
  • Writers: George Sklar, Melvin Levy, Oscar Saul, Paul A. Castleton, Wilfred H. Petitt
  • Producers: Clifford Sanforth
  • Format: Full Screen, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: May 11, 2010
  • Run Time: 86 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0038N9WUK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #56,114 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Bandit of Sherwood Forest" on IMDb

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Cornel Wilde (The Greatest Show on Earth) stars as the son of Robin Hood in this lavish Technicolor swashbuckler. William of Pembroke, Regent of England imprisons the young King of England, and moves to repeal the Magna Carta returning England to autocratic rule. Robert of Huntington (Wilde) joins his father and his reunited band of men to save the boy King and England from tyranny. Anita Louise plays Lady Catherine, Robert’s love interest. The cast also includes Jill Esmond (Random Harvest), Edgar Buchanan, George Macready, Russell Hicks (as Robin Senior), Lloyd Corrigan and many more. Tony Gaudio, the accomplished cinematographer (who shot the Errol Flynn version of the story in 1938) once again uses the Technicolor palette to bring Henry Levin’s lush conceptualization of the Robin Hood tale to the screen. This is among the very finest depictions of one of England’s most fabled heroes.

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A very common plot.
Louise
Though this is an old movie, it is highly entertaining and very well done for its time.
A. Braswell
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest is one of the best full color Robin Hood Spin offs.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 29, 2010
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One of the laws of inevitability dictates that Robin Hood films come out every so often. To tie in with Russell Crowe's turn as the Sherwood outlaw, four movies - decades old and not exactly classics but all featuring Robin Hood - were simultaneously released on DVD: Columbia Pictures' PRINCE OF THIEVES, ROGUES OF SHERWOOD, and this one THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST, and also Hammer's SWORD OF SHERWOOD FOREST.

1946's THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST centers on Robin Hood's equally dashing son more so than on Robin Hood himself. It's been 20 years now since Robin Hood's heyday, but tyranny never sleeps for long, it apparently just takes catnaps. On the heels of the late wicked King John struts William of Pembroke, the ambitious Lord Regent of England. The Lord Regent (Henry Daniell, channeling his inner snake) decides that the Magna Carta isn't his cup of tea, that the people are not fit to rule themselves. He withdraws the Magna Carta and takes forceful custody of the boy King of England. When Robin Hood (Russell Hicks), greyer but just as feisty, dares to speak out against the Regent, he is promptly banished. But the Regent didn't account for Robin Hood's son Robert (Cornel Wilde), who journeys from the North Country to take up his father's battle.

Not that Robin Hood's exactly the shy retiring sort. Again an outlaw, grizzled but still gallant, Robin Hood has marshaled his old band of merry bandits and again has taken up residence in the Sherwood Forest. When Robert returns to the fold, a daring plan is hatched to rescue the young king. As the story unfolds, we get to see young Robert flirt with the lovely Lady Catherine and show off his adeptness with archery.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Trevor Willsmer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 29, 2010
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Although 1950's lacklustre Rogues of Sherwood Forest saw John Derek take on his fictional father's mantle to dispiritingly little effect, Columbia had done the whole son of Robin Hood thing four years earlier and much better in 1946's The Bandit of Sherwood Forest, with a slightly sleazy and wildly over-confident Cornel Wilde as Robert Hood (well, Robert of Huntingdon). He's called into the fray when his father (Russell Hicks) and the Merry Men, who are beginning to feel their age, renew the fight against tyranny after King John's death when Henry Daniell's evil Regent overthrows the Magna Carta and plans to kill the child king and steal his throne.

There's not much that's unexpected and despite the truly glorious Technicolor (courtesy of Tony Gaudio, who shot Errol Flynn's Adventures of Robin Hood with Sol Polito a decade earlier) and two directors (Henry Levin and George Sherman) it's hardly an A-list production, but it does it enjoyably enough en route to its final duel between Wilde and Daniell, who, caddish to the last, tries to starve the outlaw for three days before their Trial by Combat to give himself an edge. Neither Wilde nor his very 40s leading lady Anita Louise exactly dominate the screen (dialogue like "What's a pretty girl like you doing all alone in Sherwood Forest?" "I'm the scullery maid" doesn't help) while George Macready is wasted in a bit part as Daniell's sidekick, but it's good looking undemanding Saturday matinee stuff that's rather better produced than the material probably deserves.

The only extra is a trailer for Hammer's Sword of Sherwood Forest.
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Columbia's 1946 adventure, Bandit of Sherwood Forest, isn't the best, nor the worst, of the knockoffs of Errol Flynn's 1938 classic The Adventures of Robin Hood, but it is an entertaining 'Son of Robin Hood' saga, with a solid cast including two of the 1940s best screen villains, Henry Daniell (Errol Flynn's nemesis in The Sea Hawk), and George Macready (who would square off as evil King John against yet another son of Robin Hood, John Derek, in 1950's Rogues of Sherwood Forest). Another plus was the participation of two first-rate action directors, Henry Levin (Journey to the Center of the Earth), and George Sherman (Against All Flags). And, of course, the film offered 34-year old Cornel Wilde, fencing champion turned actor, who had become one of Fox Studios more popular war-time replacements for Tyrone Power and Henry Fonda. While a post-war Columbia 'B' film was a bit of a step down, Wilde's athleticism and charm served him well, paired with beautiful Anita Louise (whose career began as a child star in the 1920s). With these credentials, even an average film would have extra luster!Read more ›
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