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Robin Hood: Prince of Sherwood (1994) Online

Robin Hood: Prince of Sherwood (1994) Online
Original Title :
Robin Hood: Prince of Sherwood
Genre :
Creative Work / Adventure
Year :
Directror :
James Hunter
Cast :
Jason Braly,Steve Barker,Caroline Duncan
Writer :
James Hunter,James Hunter
Type :
Creative Work
Time :
1h 7min
Rating :
Robin Hood: Prince of Sherwood (1994) Online

Robin Hood is back with his gang of outlaws to do battle with the dark forces of the Sheriff of Nottingham. With his lands taken and father murdered, he and his gang of outlaws are forced to live in Sherwood forest and raid the Sheriff whenever needed. Not content with his life of crime, Robin Hood pleads with his men to overthrow the Sheriff once and for all. However, the Sheriff has plans of his own for Robin. In a stunning move, the Sheriff and his allies kidnap Lady Marian and hold her prisoner. In one last and desperate battle Robin Hood leads an assault upon Nottingham Castle to rescue his love, and bring balance back to England. Will the King return in time?
Credited cast:
Jason Braly Jason Braly - Robin Hood
Steve Barker Steve Barker - Sheriff of Nottingham
Caroline Duncan Caroline Duncan - Maid Marian
John Neely John Neely - Friar Tuck
Mark S. Faulkner Mark S. Faulkner - Guy of Gisborne
Brad Letson Brad Letson - Will Scarlett
Scott Knoblach Scott Knoblach - Little John
Mary Dobbs Mary Dobbs - Witch of Prophecy
Ronnie Prince Ronnie Prince - Wulf
Mike Pollick Mike Pollick - King Richard
Rick Wright Rick Wright - Baron of Doncaster
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Michael Adams Michael Adams - Much
James W. Hunter Jr. James W. Hunter Jr. - Knight
Dick Tait Dick Tait - Priest

All the wooden longbows and arrows in this film were made by Jerry Hill Longbow Company. Jerry Hill is the son of Howard Hill who played the Captain of Archers and was the Archery Instructor in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) starring Errol Flynn. Hill assisted Flynn in many other films, often Flynn's stunt double. They remained lifelong friends. Jerry Hill no longer makes bows or arrows.

The writer and director of this movie, James Hunter, was only 15 years old at the time of production, which included a crew of 10 to 20 people, a dozen cast members, and around 100 extras.