Robin And Marian

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(out of 5)

The fables of Robin Hood are told somewhat differently in this wonderful film.  plays the aging nobleman who comes home from fighting the crusades a tired and beaten man. What he finds is a country oppressed by the evil King John (), who has taken advantage of the apparent insanity of his brother Richard () to terrorize the people of England. When Robin realizes that the Sheriff Of Nottingham () is up to no good in the name of John’s lust for money and power, he decides to band together some not-so-merry but tough men (and women) and fight back. Of course, he also reunites with his lady love Marian (a luminous ), but in the years spent waiting for him she has committed herself to a nunnery and isn’t quite the same woman he left behind so many years before. If not for the cast alone, this one’s high-toned spirit of adventure makes it a must-see.


USA, 1976

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  1. Best moment is when Connery is asked about the atrocities committed by Richard’s forces during the crusades. Connery gives a grim description. Hepburn asks why Connery followed him in that case. Connery just looks puzzled and says “he wosh my king”?

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