a 1938 movie, starring Errol Flynn: see The Adventures of Robin Hood (movie)
a television series of the 1950s, starring Richard Greene: see The Adventures of Robin Hood (series)
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Robin says that he blames Richard for the state of affairs in England and particularly blames him for creating a situation where ruffians like Robin and his men have to take the law into their own hands.
Nor do Robin and his men take undue pride in their activities, recognizing that their rebellion is a sign of a badly disordered society.
At its heart it is really a retelling of the RobinHood myth and reflects a truth that we forget at our own peril : for centuries now, liberty in the West has been protected by the guns and arrows of a freedom-loving yeomanry.
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