Robin Hood 1991
Robin Hood ★★★ 1991
Dark version of the medieval tale. Bergin's Prince of Thieves is well developed and Thurman is a graceful Marion. Three studios announced plans to remake “Robin Hood” in 1990 and two were completed, including this one which was scaled down for cable TV. 116m/C VHS, DVD . Patrick Bergin, Uma Thurman, Jurgen Prochnow, Edward Fox, Jeroen Krabbe, Jeff Nuttal, David Morrissey, Owen Teale; D: John Irvin; M: Geoffrey Burgon. CABLE
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