The Adventures of Robin Hood: The Complete Series
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Note that the series is in black and white, and there is some sound volume and quality fluctuation, but nothing that makes it hard to understand or unwatchable. If you like charming old adventure movies, I'd strongly recommend buying this collection.
In MILL CREEK ENTERTAINMENT's complete series box, the first three 39 chapter seasons are contained on 9 single-side recorded discs. The 26 episodes of season #4 have been compressed onto two DVDs.
REGULAR CAST (all seasons)
Robin Hood: Richard Greene
Prince John: Donald Pleasence; Hubert Gregg (3)
Little John: Archie Duncan (1-4); Rufus Cruikshank (1)
Sheriff of Nottingham: Alan Wheatley (1, 3-4); John Arnatt (2)
Friar Tuck: Alexander Gauge
Sir Richard: Ian Hunter
Maid Marian Fitzwater: Bernadette O'Farrell (1-2); Patricia Driscoll (3-4)
Will Scarlet O'Winchester: Paul Eddington
ACTORS PORTRAYING MULTIPLE CHARACTERS:
Alfie Bass, John Baker, Peter Bennett, Patricia Burke, Kenneth Cope; Harry H. Corbett, Nigel Davenport, John Dearth, Paul Eddington, Max Faulkner, Willoughby Gray,Neil Hallett, Paul Hansard, Martin Lane, Simone Lovell, Edward Mulhare, Shaun O'Riordan, Philip Ray, Anne Reid, Michael Ripper, Leonard Sharp, Tony Thawnton, Patrick Troughton, Victor Woolf, Terry Yorke
SYNOPSIS for THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD:
While he is off fighting the Crusades, King Richard charges Robin and his men with the protection of his kingdom. Robin's chief protagonist is the wily Prince John.Read more ›
The sound quality is respectable, and aside from the black and white tones lightening or darkening slightly with each episode or occasionally taking on a greenish hue, this is highly watchable. The local peasant characters, the castles, the sword fights, and the knights in their period costumes make for a television series that you will look forward to watching. America has westerns and the British have their medieval romps. Robin Hood is a gem that gets the highest recommendation.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The quality of the recording is poor. I was expecting what I have seen on Hulu and Amazon Prime, and this is not good quality at all. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Michelle K. Morandi
This black-and-white series was made in Britain, and not available in the US until it came to DVD. It's a sophisticated show, even by today's standards, with a great deal of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by MMC 2100
As I think 13 year old this taught some human values, on the surface. There was always an easy to define issue that got struggled with. Read morePublished 2 months ago by IrishBaron
I have only viewed the first season so this review may need to be updated.
So far I have enjoyed it greatly, as I did when it first was televised back in 1955. Read more
I love this series, and the quality of these discs is very good. I never get tired of watching it.Published 2 months ago by Theresa J.
Episodes are not always the best of quality, but all are watchable. For the money, its a great buy!Published 3 months ago by Noncomissionedyank