“Robin Hood” was released in 1973 and is an animated film adaptation of the traditional story of Robin Hood, a legendary outlaw who, according to legend, was a highly skilled archer and swordsman who stole from the rich to give to the poor.
The 1973 “Robin Hood” family movie was directed by Wolfgang Reitherman, an American animator and film director best known for his work on several Disney animated films, including Sleeping Beauty (1959), The Sword in the Stone (1963), and The Jungle Book (1967).
The voice cast of the 1973 “Robin Hood” movie includes Brian Bedford as Robin Hood, Phil Harris as Little John, and Peter Ustinov as Prince John.
The 1973 “Robin Hood” movie was a commercial success. The budget was $5 million and it grossed over $33 million in box office, and at-home releases. The movie was also nominated for Best Original Song at Academy Awards.
The 1973 “Robin Hood” movie is a Disney animated film, which differs from other versions of the story because it features animal characters in the lead roles, such as Robin Hood as a fox, Little John as a bear, and Prince John as a lion, which adds an unique visual element to the story. The movie also has a comedic tone and incorporates music and song into the narrative, which is also different from other adaptations.
The animal characters in the 1973 “Robin Hood” movie were well received by audiences and critics alike. They were seen as a creative way to add a new dimension to the traditional story of Robin Hood. The characters were also praised for their well-done animation, particularly for their expressiveness and movements.
No, the 1973 “Robin Hood” movie did not spawn any sequels or spinoffs. However, the success of the movie did lead to Disney releasing several other animated films in a similar vein, such as “The Rescuers” (1977) and “The Fox and the Hound” (1981).