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VOTING RESULTS
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1908: Robin Hood and His Merry Men
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1912: Robin Hood
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1913: Ivanhoe
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1922: Robin Hood
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1938: The Adventures of Robin Hood
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1946: Bandit of Sherwood Forest
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1948: The Prince of Thieves
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1950: Rogues of Sherwood Forest
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1951: Tales of Robin Hood
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1952: The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
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1952: Ivanhoe
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1953: Robin Hood
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1954: The Men of Sherwood Forest
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1955–1960: The Adventures of Robin Hood
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1958: Robin Hood: The Quest for the Crown
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1958-1959: Ivanhoe
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1959: The Son of Robin Hood
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1960 Sword of Sherwood Forest
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1964: Robin and the 7 Hoods
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1967: A Challenge for Robin Hood
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1967: Rocket Robin Hood
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1970 : L'Arciere di Sherwood
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1971: Up the Chastity Belt
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1973: Walt Disney's Robin Hood
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1975: The Legend of Robin Hood
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1975: When Things Were Rotten
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1975: The Arrows of Robin Hood
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1975: Robin Hood Junior
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1976: Robin and Marian
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1982: Ivanhoe
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1983: The Ballad of the Valiant Knight Ivanhoe
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1984: The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood
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1984–1986: Robin of Sherwood
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1986: Ivanhoe
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1988: Storybook Classics: Robin Hood
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1989–1994: Maid Marian and her Merry Men
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1990–1992: Robin Hood no Daiboken
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1991: Young Robin Hood
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1991: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
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1991: Robin Hood
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1993: Mel Brooks's Robin Hood: Men in Tights
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1996: Robin of Locksley
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1997–1998: The New Adventures of Robin Hood
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1997: Ivanhoe
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1999: Back to Sherwood
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1999: Boobs in the Wood
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2001: Princess of Thieves
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2004: Nottingham 2051
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2006–2009: Robin Hood
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2007: Splitting the Arrow
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2007: Robin Hood: Quest for the King
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2008: Robin Hood: Prince of Sherwood
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2009: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
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2009: Beyond Sherwood Forest
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2010: Robin Hood
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2011: Robin Hood 4D
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2011: Robin Hood
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2012: The Scrapper
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2012: Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood 3D
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2014: Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood
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2014: Robin Frut
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POLL DESCRIPTION

Personal logo Cardinal Hawkwood Supporting Member of TMP wonders:

Your best five choices of Robin Hood-themed films and TV series? A bit of a read, but…

Poll set up by Personal logo Editor in Chief Bill The Editor of TMP Fezian, based on this pre-poll discussion.

1908: Robin Hood and His Merry Men
Silent film directed by Percy Stow, and the first appearance of Robin Hood on the screen.
1912: Robin Hood
Silent film starring Robert Frazer as Robin Hood.
1913: Ivanhoe
Featuring Walter Thomas as Robin Hood.
1922: Robin Hood
Silent film starring Douglas Fairbanks.
1938: The Adventures of Robin Hood
Starring Errol Flynn in his most acclaimed role. Considered by many to be the best Robin Hood movie.
1946: Bandit of Sherwood Forest
Starring Cornel Wilde as Robert of Nothingham, Robin Hood's son. Robin Hood was Russell Hicks.
1948: The Prince of Thieves
Starring Jon Hall.
1950: Rogues of Sherwood Forest
Starring John Derek as Robin Hood.
1951: Tales of Robin Hood
Unsold TV pilot that was released to theaters. Starring Robert Clarke.
1952: The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men
Feature from the Disney Studios, starring Richard Todd, Joan Rice, and Peter Finch.
1952: Ivanhoe
Featuring Harold Warrender as Locksley (Robin Hood).
1953: Robin Hood
Television series on BBC One, featured Patrick Troughton, in the first representation of Robin Hood on television.
1954: The Men of Sherwood Forest
First color production by Hammer Films. Starring Don Taylor as Robin.
1955–1960: The Adventures of Robin Hood
Long-running British series starring Richard Greene. Also remembered for its catchy theme tune.
1958: Robin Hood: The Quest for the Crown
Film edited from The Adventures of Robin Hood (Richard Greene).
1958-1959: Ivanhoe
Starring Roger Moore as Ivanhoe. Features Emerton Court as "Sir Robert" in the episode "Arms and the Women".
1959: The Son of Robin Hood
Film starring David Hedison.
1960 Sword of Sherwood Forest
Film with Richard Greene reprising his television role.
1964: Robin and the 7 Hoods
Musical film set in 1930s gangster Chicago, with Frank Sinatra as "Robbo".
1967: A Challenge for Robin Hood
Hammer version, with Barrie Ingham as Robin.
1967: Rocket Robin Hood
Space-age version of the Robin Hood legend, where he and his band of Merry Spacemen live in the year 3000 on Sherwood Asteroid and fight the evil Sheriff who rules the space territory of N.O.T.T.
1970 : L'Arciere di Sherwood
Known under the English-language titles Long live Robin Hood and The Scalawag Bunch. Italian film starring Giuliano Gemma as Robin Hood.
1971: Up the Chastity Belt
Starring Frankie Howerd, with Hugh Paddick as Robin Hood.
1973: Walt Disney's Robin Hood
Perhaps the most famous animated version of the legend, which had the various characters depicted as anthropomorphicanimal characters, including Robin Hood and Maid Marian as foxes.
1975: The Legend of Robin Hood
Six-episode BBC miniseries starring Martin Potter in the title role, Paul Darrow as the Sheriff of Nottingham, and Diane Keen as Lady Marion. The adaptation was aired on public television in the USA later in the 1970s.
1975: When Things Were Rotten
Comedy TV series produced by Mel Brooks and starring Richard Gautier (as an imbecilic Robin Hood), Bernie Kopell and Misty Rowe.
1975: The Arrows of Robin Hood
Strely Robin Guda, a Soviet adaptation in Russian by Sergey Tarasov, starring Boris Khmelnitsky as Robin Hood, with songs of Vladimir Vysotsky.
1975: Robin Hood Junior
Starring Keith Chegwin as a young Robin.
1976: Robin and Marian
Film with a revisionist version of the story. Starring Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn as a married couple at the end of their lives.
1982: Ivanhoe
TV movie with Robin Hood played by David Robb.
1983: The Ballad of the Valiant Knight Ivanhoe
Ballada O Doblestnom Rytsare Ayvengo, a Russian adaptation of Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe by Sergey Tarasov, with songs of Vladimir Vysotsky, starring Boris Khmelnitsky as Robin Hood, who helps Ivanhoe to restore Richard's kingdom.
1984: The Zany Adventures of Robin Hood
Made-for-TV spoof starring George Segal (Robin), Morgan Fairchild (Marian), and Roddy McDowall (Prince John).
1984–1986: Robin of Sherwood
Fantasy-style British television series starring Michael Praed and later Jason Connery as Robin. The series set the template for many of the adaptations that followed, most notably the introduction of a Saracen (Muslim) outlaw and the move to a grittier tone.
1986: Ivanhoe
Animated TV movie with Robert Coleby providing the voice of Robin Hood.
1988: Storybook Classics: Robin Hood
Animated
1989–1994: Maid Marian and her Merry Men
British children's TV show, rewrote the legend somewhat, with Marian as the dynamic leader of the resistance against Prince John, Robin as her thick-headed, cowardly, buffoonish figurehead, and Nottingham as John's put-upon, sarcastic enforcer.
1990–1992: Robin Hood no Daiboken
Japanese animated series developed by Tatsunoko Productions, tells a version of the story in which Robin and his men (and women), as well as Maid Marian, are — in majority — children. This version also incorporates several fantasy elements, mainly expressed in mystic powers of the nature and a powerful treasure protected by the forest Sherwood itself. The whole series contains strong environmental messages.
1991: Young Robin Hood
Animated series developed by Cinar and Hanna-Barbera, tells a version of the story in which Robin and his men, as well as Maid Marian, are teenagers. This version also incorporates several fantasy elements. For example, Robin is sometimes assisted by a forest-dwelling old woman who knows magic.
1991: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Starring Kevin Costner and Morgan Freeman, with Sean Connery appearing as King Richard in the finale.
1991: Robin Hood
Starring Patrick Bergin and Uma Thurman. Reinvention of the story pitting Robin Hood against different antagonists.
1993: Mel Brooks's Robin Hood: Men in Tights
Spoofs both the 1938 and the 1991 films and recycles bits from his short-lived late-1975 Robin Hood TV sitcom When Things Were Rotten. Cary Elwes plays Robin in the movie, and Patrick Stewart appears in the ending, spoofing Sean Connery's take on King Richard.
1996: Robin of Locksley
Made-for-TV movie starring Devon Sawa as a modern teenage Robin attending a prep school with the snobbish John Prince, played by Joshua Jackson.
1997–1998: The New Adventures of Robin Hood
France–U.S. TV series, starred Matthew Porretta as a black-leather-clad Robin in the first two seasons and John Bradley taking over the lead role in the final two seasons. The tone of the series resembled its contemporaries Hercules: The Legendary Journeys and Xena: Warrior Princess. Porretta had appeared as Will Scarlet O'Hara in Men in Tights.
1997: Ivanhoe
TV mini-series featuring Aden Gillett as Robin of Locksley.
1999: Back to Sherwood
The children's series Back to Sherwood featured a teenage descendant of Robin ("Robyn Hood") who discovers she has the power to travel back in time, and joins with the children of her ancestor's band (Joan Little, Phil Scarlet, etc.).
1999: Boobs in the Wood
Adult pantomime
2001: Princess of Thieves
Disney-produced American made-for-TV movie, starred Keira Knightley as Robin Hood's (Stuart Wilson) heroic adolescent daughter, Gwyn, who takes over her father's role and comes to his rescue.
2004: Nottingham 2051
Year 2051. Robin Hood and Little John want to deliver "essential pharmacies" in the third world. Robin Hood is played by Tiziano Scrocca.
2006–2009: Robin Hood
BBC One television series, produced by Tiger Aspect. It was first broadcast as thirteen-episode series in the UK from October to December 2006, with a second series following in 2007, and third in 2009. Jonas Armstrong stars in the title role.
2007: Splitting the Arrow
Sometime in the 12th Century, a documentary crew entered Sherwood Forest in search of a legend. This is what followed. Calvert Tooley plays Robin Hood.
2007: Robin Hood: Quest for the King
Animated Robin Hood tale
2008: Robin Hood: Prince of Sherwood
Starring Jason Braly as Robin Hood.
2009: Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves
Malayalam-language film starring Prithviraj Sukumaran.
2009: Beyond Sherwood Forest
TV movie starring Robin Dunne as Robin Hood and Erica Durance as Maid Marian.
2010: Robin Hood
Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Russell Crowe as Robin Longstride, who takes over the identity of Robert Locksley. This film serves as something of an origin story, explaining how Robin became an outlaw. Though he is never directly addressed as "Robin Hood" in the film, the Sheriff referred to him as "Robin of the Hood" at the film's end, officially registering him as an outlaw.
2011: Robin Hood 4D
3D/4D animated short
2011: Robin Hood
Starring Tobias Sammet.
2012: The Scrapper
Starring Michaul Dault as Robbie Hood.
2012: Robin Hood: Ghosts of Sherwood 3D
Robin Hood is reincarnated. Martin Thon as Robin Hood.
2014: Robin Hood: Mischief in Sherwood
Animated TV show.
2014: Robin Frut
Gay spoof from Argentina
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