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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.
The Bandit of Sherwood Forest is one of the best full color Robin Hood Spin offs. It's worth watching more than once, and has a tricky clever plot. Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by Carl E. Ramsey
this is another excellent movie made back in the golden years of hollywood i recommend this movie
to all the robin hood fans
I have bought all four of the movies in this group. This is one that I like. I'd say that I like this second best out of the four. The plot is plausible. Read morePublished on October 4, 2011 by hoopguy
This film has nothing new that is not better done in "The Adventures of Robin Hood" with Errol Flynn.
I enjoyed this film as a kid, but was disappointed as an adult. Read more