Young Robin Hood

Broadcast Run: 
1993 to 1998
Broadcast Medium: 
Television

The dangerous times of medieval England provided plenty of adventure for Young Robin Hood and his band of faithful friends. Based on the classic popular tales, this animated series took a new twist, focusing on the escapades of a teenaged Robin Hood. The stories, inspired by adventure, honour and a legend, revealed the origins of Robin's vow to avenge himself and his father, and told how Robin met his lifelong companions: Little John, Alan a Dale, Will Scarlet, Brother Tuck and the lovely Maid Marion. The six resourceful teenagers set out to best the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and the hateful Prince John through clever ruses.

Broadcast: 1993 - 1998
Time slot: Saturday 3:00 pm
Running time: 30 minutes

Production Company: Cinar Films (Montreal) and France Animation, in association with the Global Television Network, the Family Channel, TF1, Worldvision Enterprises and Hanna Barbera
Executive Producers: Micheline Charest, Ronald A. Weinberg
Director: Peter Sander

Written by Joanne Ingrassia - June, 2002

 

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