Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Adventures of Robin Hood-Complete 3rd Season|
Actor: Richard Greene
Genres: Action & Adventure, Drama, Kids & Family, Television
The third season of The Adventures of Robin Hood featured Richard Greene in the continuing adventures of the hero of Sherwood Forest. Robin and his band of Merry Men continue their resistance to Prince John's rule and the ... more »
Wellread | Las Vegas, NV | 05/11/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I contacted Mill Creek and they said the last season would be released at the end of 2009. I don't know what happens to the discs before the final season, after season three...maybe they will be out soon.
Anyway, a great show.
Did more research:
Alexander Gauge, who played Friar Tuck died in 1960 of an "overdose". He was 46. Sad. Seems most of the actors died in the 1990's. But it's nice to know that their work will live on for years to come, thanks to DVD's."
Robin Hood still going.
Robin LaVair | Canehill, AR. | 05/03/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I hated when VHS replaced Beta but enjoied the price of vhs tapes. When DVD took the place of VHS tapes I started to feel the same way till I saw how much a person can get of shows that are not on tv any more. Robin Hood with Richard Greene is one of these. I saw these shows when I was a kid but saw very little of it after that. The first time I got to see it again was the peaced-togather shows on VHS of Robin Hood the Movie and Quest for the Crown. They were good in their own way but there is nothing like seeing the original episodes. I got the three seasons that Mill Creek put out and hope they put out the forth season soon. Mill Creek has done a good job on the DVD's from the picture to sound. There are no extras but that is not what I look for. I wish I could say it brings back memeries but all I can remenber is that I saw these shows and liked them then and that I still like seeing them now on DVD. If you think because it is in black & white it's not worth looking at you are missing out. The shows didn't stick to "rob from the rich-give to the poor" but took time to show the merry men having their own troubles. It didn't always show them singing,like the title song says, but it was always up beat. These DVD's are worth adding to any collecting. I also like the DVD sets because my daughter and granddaughters watch it with me and like the Adventures of Robin Hood."