Robin Hood (1922 film)

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Robin Hood is a 1922 adventure film starring Douglas Fairbanks and Wallace Beery.wikipedia
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Douglas Fairbanks

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Robin Hood is a 1922 adventure film starring Douglas Fairbanks and Wallace Beery.
He was best known for his swashbuckling roles in silent films including The Thief of Bagdad, Robin Hood, and The Mark of Zorro but spent the early part of his career making comedies.

Wallace Beery

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Robin Hood is a 1922 adventure film starring Douglas Fairbanks and Wallace Beery. Wallace Beery played King Richard the Lion-Hearted again the following year in a sequel called Richard the Lion-Hearted.
Beery had a large then-rare heroic part as King Richard I (Richard the Lion-Hearted) in Robin Hood (1922), starring Douglas Fairbanks in the titular role.

Grauman's Egyptian Theatre

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It was the first motion picture ever to have a Hollywood premiere, held at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre on October 18, 1922.
The Egyptian was the venue for the first-ever Hollywood premiere, Robin Hood, starring Douglas Fairbanks, on Wednesday, October 18, 1922.

Richard the Lion-Hearted (1923 film)

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Wallace Beery played King Richard the Lion-Hearted again the following year in a sequel called Richard the Lion-Hearted.
Richard the Lion-Hearted is a 1923 sequel to Robin Hood (1922; starring Douglas Fairbanks), with Wallace Beery returning as Richard the Lion-Hearted.

Alan Hale Sr.

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Alan Hale as The Squire/Little John Alan Hale, Sr. made such an impression as Little John in this film that he reprised the role sixteen years later in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) opposite Errol Flynn, then played the character again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest in 1950, 28 years after his initial performance in the original Fairbanks film.
He played "Little John" in the 1922 film Robin Hood, with Douglas Fairbanks and Wallace Beery, reprised the role 16 years later in the 1938 The Adventures of Robin Hood with Errol Flynn and Basil Rathbone, then played him yet again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest in 1950 with John Derek as Robin Hood's son, an unprecedented 28-year span of portrayals of the same character in theatrical films.

Alan-a-Dale

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Leading a band that steals from the rich to give to the poor, including Friar Tuck, Little John, Will Scarlet, and Alan-a-Dale, he labors to set things right through swashbuckling feats and makes life miserable for Prince John and his cohort, the High Sheriff of Nottingham.
Alan-a-Dale was played by Lloyd Talman in Robin Hood (1922).

The Adventures of Robin Hood

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Alan Hale, Sr. made such an impression as Little John in this film that he reprised the role sixteen years later in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) opposite Errol Flynn, then played the character again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest in 1950, 28 years after his initial performance in the original Fairbanks film.
Alan Hale, Sr., who plays Little John, had played the same character in the 1922 version of the film and went on to play him again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest, released by Columbia in 1950.

Friar Tuck

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Leading a band that steals from the rich to give to the poor, including Friar Tuck, Little John, Will Scarlet, and Alan-a-Dale, he labors to set things right through swashbuckling feats and makes life miserable for Prince John and his cohort, the High Sheriff of Nottingham. Willard Louis as Friar Tuck
In the film Robin Hood (1922) he was portrayed by Willard Louis.

Little John

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Alan Hale as The Squire/Little John Leading a band that steals from the rich to give to the poor, including Friar Tuck, Little John, Will Scarlet, and Alan-a-Dale, he labors to set things right through swashbuckling feats and makes life miserable for Prince John and his cohort, the High Sheriff of Nottingham. Alan Hale, Sr. made such an impression as Little John in this film that he reprised the role sixteen years later in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) opposite Errol Flynn, then played the character again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest in 1950, 28 years after his initial performance in the original Fairbanks film.
He first played Little John as a young squire in 1922's Robin Hood starring Douglas Fairbanks.

Sam De Grasse

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Sam De Grasse as Prince John
He portrayed the villainous Prince John in Fairbanks' 1922 Robin Hood.

Rogues of Sherwood Forest

Alan Hale, Sr. made such an impression as Little John in this film that he reprised the role sixteen years later in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) opposite Errol Flynn, then played the character again in Rogues of Sherwood Forest in 1950, 28 years after his initial performance in the original Fairbanks film.
Rogues of Sherwood Forest is a 1950 Technicolor Columbia Pictures film directed by Gordon Douglas and featuring John Derek as Robin the Earl of Huntingdon, the son of Robin Hood, Diana Lynn as Lady Marianne, and Alan Hale, Sr. in his third movie as Little John over a 28-year span; he'd played the part opposite Douglas Fairbanks in 1922 and Errol Flynn in 1938, one of the longest periods over which any film actor played the same major role.

Enid Bennett

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Enid Bennett as Lady Marian Fitzwalter
In 1922, she starred in three films, one of which became her most famous role, the female lead of Maid Marian in Robin Hood with Douglas Fairbanks.

Guy of Gisbourne

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Paul Dickey as Sir Guy of Gisbourne
In the Douglas Fairbanks-dominated silent movie Robin Hood and the 1938 Errol Flynn film The Adventures of Robin Hood, he is a nobleman, played by Paul Dickey and Basil Rathbone, respectively.

John, King of England

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Leading a band that steals from the rich to give to the poor, including Friar Tuck, Little John, Will Scarlet, and Alan-a-Dale, he labors to set things right through swashbuckling feats and makes life miserable for Prince John and his cohort, the High Sheriff of Nottingham. Sam De Grasse as Prince John Huntingdon then joins King Richard the Lion-Hearted, who is going off to fight in the Crusades and has left his brother, Prince John, as regent.
Sam De Grasse's role as John in the black-and-white 1922 film version shows John committing numerous atrocities and acts of torture.

Lloyd Wright

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Some sets were designed by architect Lloyd Wright.
In 1922, he was a production designer at Paramount Studios, responsible for the extensive castle and 12th-century village sets for the Douglas Fairbanks version of Robin Hood.

Allan Dwan

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After making a series of westerns and comedies, Dwan directed fellow Canadian-American Mary Pickford in several very successful movies as well as her husband, Douglas Fairbanks, notably in the acclaimed 1922 Robin Hood.

Maid Marian

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Enid Bennett as Lady Marian Fitzwalter
In the 1922 silent film version of Robin Hood, Marian was played by Enid Bennett.

Arthur Edeson

Throughout the twenties, Edeson photographed a number of important films, including Douglas Fairbanks' Robin Hood (1922) and The Thief of Bagdad (1924), and the groundbreaking special effects film The Lost World (1925).

William Lowery

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William Lowery as The High Sheriff of Nottingham
Robin Hood (1922)

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It was the first motion picture ever to have a Hollywood premiere, held at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre on October 18, 1922.

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It was the first motion picture ever to have a Hollywood premiere, held at Grauman's Egyptian Theatre on October 18, 1922.