Fun Size Review: Robin Hood (1912)

Robin Hood and his merry men romp their way through the forests of New Jersey in this extremely watchable short production.

Too many Robin Hoods try for darkness, especially lately, and so this light and adventurous take on the classic is most welcome. Barbara Tennant’s performance as the spunky and competent Maid Marian is especially welcome.

How does it end? Hover or tap below for a spoiler.

Those crazy kids get married by the king himself.

Read my full-length review here.

If it were a dessert it would be: Caramel Apples. Because fun.

Availability: Released on DVD in The Champion, Milestone’s Fort Lee, New Jersey filmmaking collection.


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  1. Steven S.

    Thank you Fritzi. I love anything made before the war. And thank you for doing what you do. I hope you do this for as long as you enjoy doing it.

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