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The Unexpected Emotional Complexity of Disney’s Robin Hood (1973)

When it was first released in 1973, Disney’s Robin Hood received a bit of a lukewarm reception. It just didn’t seem to have the same magic that critics and audiences associated with the preceding golden ages, and even today Rotten Tomatoes continues the lukewarm reviewing with its summary: “One of the weaker Disney adaptations, Robin Hood is cute and colorful but lacks the…

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Dr. Thomas J. West III

Dr. Thomas J. West III

Ph.D. in English | Film and TV geek | Lover of fantasy and history | Full-time writer | Feminist and queer | Liberal scold and gadfly

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