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Watching Robin Hood today, I realized that I had seen it in the only venue for it to be shown, on the large screen with organ accompaniment. A movie like Robin Hood loses so much on the tiny tube.It was one of the most expensive movies ever done during the silent era, the castle set for Lord Richard the Lion Hearted gotta have been cost a mint or two. But given the popularity of Douglas Fairbanks, probably at the height of his career, the producer knew they'd receive their cash back and then some. The producer being Fairbanks himself had unlimited faith in his prowess at the box office.Alan Hale made the first of three appearances as Tiny John in different Robin Hood films. He was also Tiny John with Errol Flynn in the Journeys of Robin Hood and with John Derek in Rogue of Sherwood Forest. Tiny John here has a very extensive and various part, Hale is first seen as Fairbanks's squire before circumstances force Doug into outlawry.Fairbanks is the Earl of Huntingdon, favored knight of Richard the Lion Hearted. But the usual Robin Hood villains Sir Guy of Gisborne and Prince John are doing their worst. John as played by Sam DeGrasse covets his brother's throne and Gisborne played by Paul Dickey has designs on Lady Marian Fitzwalter (Enid Bennett) beloved of Fairbanks.Fairbanks and Dickey go along on the Crusade with DeGrasse left to mind the shop and steal the kingdom. Fairbanks gets word about the items John's pulling from Lady Marian and tries to leave. Lord Richard imprisons him for desertion. Of course Fairbanks escapes and the true meat of the movie begins.All the sidebar stories about the different characters among the Merry Boys join Robin are not included in this film. Fairbanks and Hale escape and go back to England where he becomes the legendary Robin Hood.Wallace Beery is a most unusual Richard. He's quite the merrymaking lord indeed. Of course the closest Richard has been played in true life is by Anthony Hopkins in The Lion in Winter.Millions throughout the globe fell under the sway of Doug's charm and athleticism. This Fairbanks movie as did the others he made had a nice message about right coming out on top, nice triumphing over evil and nice embodied in the clean living physical specimen of Douglas Fairbanks.It's difficult to imagine, but in the silent screen era as in no other, film stars were placed on a pedestal as they aren't now. Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford were the closest thing to royalty we had in America. Tom Cruise&Katie Holmes, Brad Pitt&Angelina Jolie, don't rate anything close to those two. They even lived in a magic castle known the globe over as Pickfair. Mary lived in it in fact until she died in 1979 after the fairy tale marriage fell apart in the more sobering decade of the Thirties.I should not have had the experience of Robin Hood that I did had I not seen the movie at a unique screening in Shea's Theater in my town of Buffalo. The musical score as played by a live orchestra in some territories or even the single organist as the audience heard in this case. Andrew Wos, who is president of the Buffalo Chapter of the American Theater Organ Society played his own score in accompaniment to the film. I asked him afterward whether he was testing the original score from Robin Hood and he told it was his own composition. If it wasn't the original score, it could have been. He said me that it was easier for him to do his own score than learn something else.Hopefully this score will accompany even a tv viewing of Robin Hood to heighten your experience. And you will receive some concept in watching Robin Hood as to why Douglas Fairbanks was the ideal boy of his times.
The Douglas Fairbanks ver of "Robin Hood" is still nice entertainment despite showing its age at times. The role gives Fairbanks a excellent possibility to display his energy and charisma, and he is helped by lavish sets and scenery that recreate the globe of medieval England. Wallace Beery as Lord Richard also is a great complement to Fairbanks. Soon versions, such as the Errol Flynn ver which is still the greatest of all the Robin Hood movies, had many resources accessible to them that this one didn't, but this older ver works well and is more enjoyable than most of the more newest films based on the legend.The storyline and characters are familiar from many another ebooks and movies. But it contains some interesting scenes that cover or add parts of the legend that are not in a lot of another versions - for example, about the first half of this film takes zone before any of the happenings in the Flynn movie. It makes it interesting to watch even if you've already seen plenty of another "Robin Hoods", and amongst another things it gives Beery as Richard a lot more screen time. It is acted in the somewhat exaggerated style of many of the silent melodramas of the era, but in this situation that tone, while perhaps providing an occasional unintentional chuckle, fits rather well with the topics matter. It's also worth paying attention to the grand sets that were constructed for the film. They were apparently rather renowned in their day, and they still do a nice job of evoking the right background. Overall, it was a very nice movie for its time and one worth watching today.
Trust it or not but this isn't now even the first Robin Hood film ever made. Robin Hood films already got made back in the 1910's both those films are of course actually days difficult to come buy. This Robin Hood film ver was also presumed to be lost, until a print reappeared again somewhere in the '60's. It's the first Robin Hood adaptation though which featured many of the elements of the legend that would be featured in most soon film versions. So in many methods this was an special and renewing film for its time.Still it's a slightly various film ver than you would expect for instance actually days (we'll still have to wait how the Ridley Scott/Russell Crowe ver will turn out to be though, if it ever gets off the ground). The difference is mostly notable in the film its first halve, which focuses mostly on the crusades Earl of Huntingdon/Robin Hood with Lord Richard the Lion-Hearted ventures on. Basically the film its first halve is one large introduction till the film hits the mission at which the Earl of Huntingdon finally becomes the courageous and honorable thief with the nice intentions Robin Hood. This is also when the fun mostly kicks in.The film details some grand sets and mass sequences. It's a very detailed made movie, that looks excellent and spectacular in basically each shot, with its costumes, set dressing and huge castles. The castle as featured in this film is now the biggest ever built set in a silent Hollywood production. It also was the most expensive film ever made at its time with its $1.4 million budget. The film was also the first to receive a huge Hollywood release at its time, in the Grauman's Egyptian Theatre, which is still around actually days.It's a film that very skillfully got directed by already very experienced director Allan Dwan, who during his career directed a total of 404 movies, starting in 1911 and ending his career in 1961. He even directed plenty more movies (about 3 times as much), when also considering his one-reeler's. He should had directed plenty of more films though, when considering that he didn't died until 1981. But he gotta had probably been fed up with film-making or modern film-making anyway. He directed mostly adventurous and swashbucklers, so he truly was a excellent pick for this movie. It was the last film he did with Douglas Fairbanks. They made a total of 11 films together, of which this one and "The Iron Mask" are the greatest known ones which they did together.It stars Douglas Fairbanks as the main lead, so of course this film is a swashbuckler with plenty of action in it but what sort of disappointed me about the film was that it wasn't really everytime an entertaining one. It seems to me that the film is a bit too serious at times, instead of adventurous, entertaining and action filled. The film is often more emotional and dramatic than fun to watch really. This is mostly why I still prefer the 1938 Errol Flynn Robin Hood film ver above this one, no matter how nice it's all looking.It's really the film its second halve which still makes this such a fun film to watch. The storyline becomes more light and even a bit comical. It's fun seeing Robin Hood being chased around in a castle by a bunch of soldiers. Of course Douglas Fairbanks was doing all of his own stunts again and he shows some risky antics again in this movie, like only he should back in his days. The film is quite long though and the film just never gets totally over its contract between its first and second halve.A unbelievable looking and great, yet really not perfect, swashbuckling entertainment from the 1920's.8/10http://bobafett1138.blogspot.com/
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