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Robin of Locksley (1995)





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In this romantic adventure, the legend of Robin Hood is updated and greatly revised. This version sets the tale in modern times and centers on the love story between a gifted high-school archer and an attractive, but distressed young woman.more
Rating: PG
Genre: Drama, Action & Adventure, Television, Kids & Family, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Larry Sugar
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jun 7, 2005
Hallmark Entertainment


Devon Sawa
as Robin McAllister
Sarah Chalke
as Marion Fitzwater
Billy O'Sullivan
as Will Scarlett
Tyler Labine
as Little John
Colin Cunningham
as Walter Nottingham
Joshua Jackson
as John Prince Jr.
Tom Butler
as John Prince Sr.
James Bell
as Father Tuck
Robert Thurston
as Dean Harvey
Chad Todhunter
as Warner Jr.
Kevin Hansen
as Gibson Jr.
Robert Fox
as Tommy Tarla
Alf Humphreys
as Grant McAllister
Elizabeth Carol Save...
as Janet McAllister
Sheri-D Wilson
as Lucille Pettigrew
Julie RitterLinda Bo...
as Sister Angelina
Sean Milliken
as Mr. Anderson
Fred Henderson
as Sullivan Warner, Sr.
L. Harvey Gold
as Lyle Gibson, Sr.
Donald Morin
as Mark Tarla
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Okay this film is just down right corny sometimes, but kids will love the idea of a teenage Robin Hood. It's a good mvoie for your kids and adults won't to much sitting through it. The acting is good and the to FBI agents are the most hilarious in the whole film. The kids are great and most of them you can tell the their talent continued to today. It's a good story, good acting, a little short it seemed, but that's okay because they have made worse movies then this.

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