Rogues Of Sherwood Forest (1950) - Rotten Tomatoes

Rogues Of Sherwood Forest1950

Rogues Of Sherwood Forest (1950)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.

Rogues Of Sherwood Forest Photos

Movie Info

Decked out with leftover sets and stock footage from 1946's Bandit of Sherwood Forest, Columbia's Rogues of Sherwood Forest stars John Derek as the son of legendary do-gooder Robin Hood. When King John (George Macready) revives his old cycle of taxation and repression, Robin Jr. summons forth his father's Merry Men and inaugurates a rebel movement. Aiding the younger Robin in his fight for rights is Lady Marianne (Diana Lynn), who exhibits a lot more leg and decolletage than was customary in 13th-century England. Prominent among the Merry Men is Little John, played by Alan Hale Sr., who'd previously essayed the same role in the 1922 and 1938 filmizations of Robin Hood. Attractively lensed in Technicolor, Rogues of Sherwood Forest seems far more expensive and ambitious than it really was.


John Derek
as Robin, Earl of Huntington
Diana Lynn
as Lady Marianne de Beaudray
George Macready
as King John
Alan Hale
as Little John
Paul Cavanagh
as Sir Giles
Lowell Gilmore
as Count of Flanders
Billy House
as Friar Tuck
Lester Matthews
as Alan-A-Dale
Billy Bevan
as Will Scarlett
Wilton Graff
as Baron Fitzwalter
Don Randolph
as Archbishop Stephen Langton
Donald Randolph
as Archbishop Stephen Langton
Gavin Muir
as Baron Alfred
John Dehner
as Sir Baldric
Tim Huntley
as Baron Chandos
James Logan
as Officer
Gilliam Blake
as Lady in Waiting
Pat Aherne
as Trooper
Olaf Hytten
as Charcoal burner
Symona Boniface
as Charcoal Burner's Wife
Paul Bradley
as Court official
View All

Critic Reviews for Rogues Of Sherwood Forest

There are no critic reviews yet for Rogues Of Sherwood Forest. Keep checking Rotten Tomatoes for updates!

Audience Reviews

There are no featured reviews for Rogues Of Sherwood Forest at this time.

Rogues Of Sherwood Forest Quotes

There are no approved quotes yet for this movie.

News & Features