Robin Hood: The Movie
A classic Robin Hood tale, starring Richard Greene as Robin Hood and Bernadette O'Farrell as Maid Marian. Released in 1991 by ITC, it was edited together (quite seamlessly) from episodes of the ITC 1955 TV series "The Adventures of Robin Hood".
Ivón, a chorus girl, and Hugo, a failed writer, turn up at a provincial hotel on a stormy night. They have come from Madrid with Carlos, Hugo’s son, born nineteen years earlier after a casual affair. They decide to lean over the cliffs to look at the angry waves down below – and Carlos falls to his death.
Love-starved gun molls (Carole Mathews, Beverly Michaels) escape from a prison farm where matrons make their lives miserable.
Tasked with training a group of untested new recruits, a no-nonsense Navy commander (Richard Denning) faces a host of challenges as he attempts to transform the greenhorns into a squadron of crackerjack jet pilots. Don Haggerty co-stars as the unit's second-in-command who clashes bitterly with the cocky young upstart of the team (James Courtney) after the lad shows off with ...