Robin Hood (movie)
Robin Hood is an animated film created by Disney in the year 1973. It is about the adventures of Robin Hood and Little John, two thieves that rob the rich and give to the poor. They are usually chased by the Sheriff of Nottingham, as they are wanted for robbery by Prince John.
- Walt Disney Studios
- Buena Vista Distribution
Country of Origin
With emphasis given to those seen in Youtube Poops
- Robin Hood, a Fox
- Little John, a Bear
- Friar Tuck, a Badger
- Maid Marian, a Vixen
- The Sheriff of Nottingham, a Wolf
- Prince John, a Lion
- Sir Hiss, a Snake
- King Richard I, a Lion
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- Old VHS copies, ranging from the '80s (first VHS edition released in 1984) to the '00s.
- DVD versions are also available.
- Was part of the "Disney Classics" series, a collection of classic Disney animated films that ended in 1981 with the Fox and the Hound.
- Was also part of the Disney "English Cycle" of movies either set in England or with English/British influences, which includes movies like Alice in Wonderland, 101 Dalmatians, the Sword in the Stone, and others.
- Was originally going to be a movie about Reynard the Fox, but Walt Disney decided that he wasn't suitable enough for a children's movie.
- Is a popular movie among furries.
- Unfortunately, this movie is yet another victim of Rule 34.
- In the movie, the Sheriff of Nottingham takes Skippy's birthday present, a farthing. However, farthings were not issued in England until the reign of King Edward I, the grandson of King John. And furthermore, farthings were actually very small coins.
- This movie was once quoted by Senator Orrin Hatch (Republican, Utah) as a means of opposing Barack Obama's budget plan.
- It was produced on a low budget, hence its common use of recycled animation (i.e. Little John = Baloo from the Jungle Book). This gives it a bad rap, but it's still popular.
- Is one of several Disney movies that was initially poorly received upon original release, but was vindicated by VHS by children of the '80s and '90s, to where it is today a beloved classic.