Une version Disney imaginative de la légende de Robin Hood. L'amusement et la romance abondent en héros de la forêt de Sherwood, et son vaillant compagnon intrigue une aventure audacieuse après l'autre pour tromper le prince cupide et son partenaire alors qu'ils mettent la pression fiscale sur les pauvres.
Fantastic animation that is rare for an American children's film (particularly produced by Disney) to entirely focus on a rich vs poor dichotomy whilst criticising the greed of the powerful. Certainly a dichotomy that is very uncommon these days and is truly a political necessity. Very entertaining!
My favourite Disney film as a child imbuing me with the left-wing values I have today! It may not have the most memorable characters outside of the raffish Robin and the petulant King John, but it has a super appealing watercolour painterly aesthetic and the best Disney song of all courtesy of a rooster simultaneously able to whistle and hum. It's cute and jaunty and probably caused many kids to grow up to be furries
A family-oriented animated version of "Robin Hood" that gives kids the possibility to learn about the legend of Robin Hood but with animal characters and music numbers. Likable animal characters, but Peter Ustinov's voice steals scenes in the role of Prince John as does his sidekick Terry-Thomas as the serpent Hiss. It is a very light movie but I have never understood why it is not more beloved.
I loved this film as a child, and I still love it today. As much as it is a Disney product, it is clearly made and performed by people with a sincere fondness for the source mythology. It has everything that a Robin Hood adaptation should have: a tremendous sense of entertainment, plenty of charm and exciting action, and just the right amount of romance.
(bajillion, that's how much i would give to this one) my parents always tell the "funny" story of how i obsessively rented and watched this vhs until one day when returning it, i clutched it in my arms and cried and cried and cried until the good lady from the store sold it to me for peanuts. so is this the best movie? yes it is.