Robin and the Seven Hoods

1964, Musical/Comedy, 2h 3m

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Set in Chicago during Prohibition, the Rat Pack's take on the Robin Hood legend finds bootlegger Robbo (Frank Sinatra) and his cronies refusing to pay the greedy Guy Gisborne (Peter Falk) a cut of their profits after Guy shoots mob boss Big Jim (Edward G. Robinson) and takes over. When Big Jim's daughter, Marian (Barbara Rush), gives Robbo a large sum of money, believing he has avenged her father's death, the gangster donates it to an orphanage, cementing his reputation as a softhearted hood.

Cast & Crew

Dean Martin
Little John
Bing Crosby
Allen A. Dale
Peter Falk
Guy Gisborne
Barbara Rush
Marian Stevens
Edward G. Robinson
Big Jim Stevens
Victor Buono
Deputy Sheriff Alvin Potts
Barry Kelley
Police Chief Oscar C. Brockton
Hank Henry
Six Seconds
Allen Jenkins
Vermin Whitouski
Sig Ruman
Hammacher
Bob Foulk
Sheriff Octavius Glick
Bernard Fein
Charlie Bananas
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  • Oct 23, 2019
    Sinatra (as producer) knew a little something about the movie biz by 1964: just give the yokels what they want. And so while the entire shebang is only an excuse to give the cast of singers a chance to do their thing, there's the whole goofball Damon Runyon Guys and Dolls schtick that folks seem to enjoy, that story about forest dwelling do-gooders fighting for the regular folks, people get a kick out of that, and finally (but foremost) the Rat Pack, assuring everybody that everything's gonna be A-OK. Charm by the bulk, by jingo. Why they're giving the stuff away. And who's best at it? There's the heart of gold at the center of this tasty feast, everyone gets their shot. Der Bingle, Dean-o, Sammy, Peter Falk and Barbara Rush, it's like they planned it. Like a heist.
    Kevin M. W Super Reviewer
  • Nov 11, 2008
    Frank, Dean and Sammy in a wacky retelling of Robin Hood. Throw in Bing Crosby and Peter Faulk and have Nelson Riddle do all songs and musical arrangements, how could you not have a good time.
    Keith M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 04, 2008
    A face-off between two Chicago prohibition mobsters at its core, the movie is soaked to the brim with the suave and verve of the sixties and the unforgettable rat pack. Excpect off-the-wall and someimes quite explicit one-liners when Dino & Co let their charm ooze of the screen. While some musical numbers feel very much pushed into place, as soon as the boys start singing in duets or triplets, old school magic happens and it is a delight to see numbers featuring Frank, Dean & Bing performing together. Peter Falk shows why he is severely underrated, especially when it comes to campy comedy. The female actrors make for a nice decoration, I guess that fits a movie by the Boys Club that was the late Rat Pack.
    Henrik S Super Reviewer
  • Mar 11, 2008
    Great music and some show stopping performances liven up what is a pretty bland story. Worth seeing just to see all these guys having so much fun.
    Morris N Super Reviewer

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