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Dónal Kennedy 8 months ago
Consistently average mish-mash of ideas from previous films good & bad
Davis Keck over 2 years ago
What's with all the American West accents? Nostalgia is all that makes me like this one.
Lino Monteiro over 6 years ago
I understand why it's favored by many people, but it isn't on par with Disney's classics.
Kenneth Chisholm over 6 years ago
Beautiful character designs and occasional wit undermined by subpar animation standards.
Diogo Almeida over 6 years ago
Randi Steers over 6 years ago
Such an underrated Disney film; still my favourite nonetheless. Enchanting music/visuals.
Dylan Clites almost 7 years ago
One of the most underrated Disney movies. I will always love this movie more than most.
Don Lathrop 8 days ago
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Norppa over 1 year ago
Robin Hood is an 1973 American animated film produced by the Walt Disney Productions, first released in the United States on November 8, 1973. The 21st animated feature in the Walt Disney Animated Classics series, the film is based on the legend of Robin Hood, but uses anthropomorphic animals instead of people. The film is narrated by a rooster minstrel named Alan-a-Dale (mentioned verbally only, while credited officially on-screen as "The Rooster"), who describes Robin Hood and Little John as outlaws who dwell in Sherwood Forest, stealing from the rich and giving to the poor people of nearby city Nottingham. They are constantly pursued by the Sheriff of Nottingham and his posse, but manage to outrun them each time. Meanwhile, Prince John, the ruling "king" of England, passes through Nottingham. After his servant, Sir Hiss, hypnotized King Richard into going to battle in The Crusades, Prince John made himself King and began collecting taxes from the people all over England to become...
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