Robin Hood

Robin Hood

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Director: John Irvin

Cast: John Irvin, Patrick Bergin, Uma Thurman, Jürgen Prochnow

     
 
Before she would Kill Bill, screen beauty Uma Thurman romanced Robin Hood as the lovely Maid Marian in this breathtaking release from 20th Century Fox. Viewable in either 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen or 1.33:1 pan-and-scan, this release offers multiple audio options including English and French Dolby Digital Surround and Spanish Dolby Digital Stereo with

Overview

Before she would Kill Bill, screen beauty Uma Thurman romanced Robin Hood as the lovely Maid Marian in this breathtaking release from 20th Century Fox. Viewable in either 2.35:1 anamorphic widescreen or 1.33:1 pan-and-scan, this release offers multiple audio options including English and French Dolby Digital Surround and Spanish Dolby Digital Stereo with optional English and Spanish subtitles.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/11/2004
UPC:
0024543116226
Original Release:
1991
Rating:
NR
Source:
20th Century Fox
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame, Wide Screen]
Time:
1:43:00
Sales rank:
28,658

Special Features

Closed Caption; [None specified]

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Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Patrick Bergin Robin Hood
Uma Thurman Maid Marian
Jürgen Prochnow Sir Miles Folcanet
Edward Fox Prince John
Jeroen Krabbé Baron Daguerre
Owen Teale Will Scarlett
Daniel Webb Much the Miller
Conrad Asquith Lodwick
Barry Stanton Miller
David Morrissey Little John
Gabrielle Reidy Lily
Alex Norton Harry
Jeff Nuttall Friar Tuck
Richard Moore Abbot
Anthony O'Donnell Emlyn
Gabrielle Lloyd Gammer Tanzie

Technical Credits
John Irvin Director
Tim Bevan Producer
Geoffrey Burgon Score Composer
John McGrath Screenwriter
Sarah Radclyffe Producer
Peter Tanner Editor

Scene Index

Side #1 -- Full Screen
1. Main Titles/Stag Hunt
2. Saxon Justice
3. Castle Games
4. Norman Justice
5. The Great Escape
6. Living Rough
7. Den of Thieves
8. Gang Initiation
9. New Line of Work
10. Holy Man
11. Threats and Bribes
12. Bride-to-Be
13. Bleeding the Bleeders
14. Martin Pryde
15. Saint Robin's Day
16. Upping the Ante
17. It's a Trap!
18. Turning Point
19. Brother John
20. Return of the Bride
21. Eve of the Wedding
22. All Fools' Day
23. The Best Man
24. Springtime/End Titles
Side #2 -- Widescreen
1. Main Titles/Stag Hunt
2. Saxon Justice
3. Castle Games
4. Norman Justice
5. The Great Escape
6. Living Rough
7. Den of Thieves
8. Gang Initiation
9. New Line of Work
10. Holy Man
11. Threats and Bribes
12. Bride-to-Be
13. Bleeding the Bleeders
14. Martin Pryde
15. Saint Robin's Day
16. Upping the Ante
17. It's a Trap!
18. Turning Point
19. Brother John
20. Return of the Bride
21. Eve of the Wedding
22. All Fools' Day
23. The Best Man
24. Springtime/End Titles

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Robin Hood 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
tejneckyc More than 1 year ago
I fell in love with this Robin Hood about 10 years ago. It was released the same year as the Costner version, but didn't hit the theaters because the big names on that one edged out Berger/Thurman. Two Robin Hoods in one year was too much for Hollywood. That is very much our loss. This version does an excellent job of showing the socio-racial gap between Saxon & Norman, displays a clever wit, and provides us with strong female characters without defeminizing them. Costuming is fantastic, accents are believable (Is Uma a brit? She's fooled me in this film.), and plot is a good blend of the historic and legend. If you have a true appreciation of the Robin Hood legend this is a must see. I believe this is the only version Mel Brooks did *not* parody in Men in Tights.. partially because it was obscure, but I like to think it's one of the most compelling versions put to film and he didn't want to detract from that.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this version of Robinhood was very sensual and romantic - the Chemistry between Maid Marion and Robinhood was... Wow! Uma Thurman gave Maid Marion ''depth'' and was such a naughty lady. Patrick Bergin - Oh My! What a gorgeous man! Great movie.Too bad it wasn't more widely acclaimed. Denise OhHoneyPie
Guest More than 1 year ago
This film is very well made. I enjoyed it much more than other, more popular versions. It just seems so much more ''down to earth''. It brings the lore of ''Robin Hood'' to a greater level of realism (i.e., if realism is possible in this genre of fictitious historical characters).