Miss Robin Hood
Miss Robin Hood is a 1952 British comedy film directed by John Guillermin, and starring Margaret Rutherford and Richard Hearne. Other actors involved include Dora Bryan, James Robertson Justice, Peter Jones, Sid James, Reg Varney, Kenneth Connor and Michael Medwin. The film features a variety of unusual camera work such as unexpected extreme close-ups and fast motion sequences.
A writer named Wrigley (Richard Hearne) creates a comic strip character named Miss Robin Hood for a children's story paper. It is a modernized retelling of the Robin Hood legend in which the heroine robs banks with the assistance of a gang of teenage girls and then redistributes the money.
|author||Patrick Campbell, 3rd Baron Glenavy Val Valentine|
|editor||Manuel del Campo|
|keywords||comic strip retell robin hood scotland yard teenage girl|
|productionCompany||Group 3 Films|
|publisher||Associated British Film Distributors|