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Robin Hood is an animated Disney film released in 1973.



  • Brian Bedford as the voice of Robin Hood, a fox
  • Phil Harris as the voice of Little John, a bear
  • Peter Ustinov as the voice of Prince John, a lion
  • Andy Devine as the voice of Friar Tuck, a badger
  • Terry-Thomas as the voice of Sir Hiss, a snake
  • Monica Evans as the voice of Maid Marian, a vixen
  • Carole Shelley as the voice of Lady Kluck, a hen
  • Pat Buttram as the voice of Sheriff of Nottingham, a wolf
  • Roger Miller as the voice of Alan-A-Dale, a rooster
  • George Lindsey as the voice of Trigger, a vulture
  • Ken Curtis as the voice of Nutsy, a vulture
  • John Fiedler as the voice of Father Sexton, a mouse
  • Barbara Luddy as the voice of Mother Little Sister, a mouse
  • Barbara Luddy as the voice of Mother Rabbit, a rabbit
  • Dana Laurita as the voice of Sis, a rabbit
  • Dori Whitaker as the voice of Tagalong, a rabbit
  • Billy Whitaker as the voice of Skippy, a rabbit
  • J. Pat O'Malley as the voice of Otto, a dog
  • Richie Sanders as the voice of Toby, a turtle
  • Peter Ustinov as the voice of King Richard, a lion
  • Candy Candido as the voice of Captain of the Guards/Captain Crocodile, a crocodile

Robin Hood Elements New to the Film

While Friar Tuck and Alan-a-Dale are in the film they are not portrayed as Merry Men as Robin's only outlaw companion is Little John.

Character Alterations

  • All of the characters are portrayed as anthropomorphic animals.


  • This was J. Pat O'Malley's last Disney film prior to his death 12 years later.
  • This was the first animated Disney film made by the company after Walt Disney's death.
  • Several of the characters were originally planned to be different animals, for instance Friar Tuck was going to be a pig and the Sheriff was going to be a goat
  • Maid Marian's dance with the forest animals during the song "The Phony King of England" reuses animation from Snow White's dance with the dwarfs in Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937).
  • Character design had a head start by using the designs from the scrapped Disney film Chanticleer and Reynard as a starting point.


  • Prince John's rings switch hands and at points disappear completely.



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