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The Ribald Tales of Robin Hood / Robin Hood und seine lüsternen Mädchen
The Erotic Adventures of Robin Hood / The Affairs of Robin Hood

USA/West Germany 1969
produced by
John Burrows, John Harvey, Harold Lime (as Edward A.Paramore), Erwin C. Dietrich for Ascot Film, Mondo Films
directed by Richard Kanter, Erwin C. Dietrich (uncredited)
starring Ralph Jenkins, Dee Lockwood, Heidi Frey, Bambi Allen, James Brand, Wendell Swink, Lynn Cartwright (as Danielle Carver), Eddie Nova, Al Cranston, Lawrence Adams, C.S.Poole, Paul Smith, Terry Sands, Scott Sizemore, Barbara Sanders, Raymond Renard, Dee Howard, Kane Nicholas, Uschi Digard, Norman Vanden, Daniela Larsen
screenplay by Richard Kanter, story by Lawrence Morse

Robin Hood

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The story might be well-known:

After Robin Locksley's (Ralph Jenkins) were killed by the Sheriff of Nottingham (C.S.Poole), Robin retreated to Sherwood Forest, became Robin Hood, and with a gang of righteous outlaws fought the Sheriff and England's interim ruler Prince John (Lawrence Adams), guerilla style.

When Prince John hears that Robin is quite a ladiesw' man, he decides to use Maid Marian (Dee Lockwood) as bait to capture him, but what he doesn't know is that Maid Marian is Robin's girlfriend, so she doesn't only not help him capture Robin, when she's back at Prince John's court, she doesn't even let the whereabouts of his hide-out being tortured out of her ... which doesn't even seem necessary, since Lady Sallyforth (Danielle Carver), who has a personal grudge against Robin after he has humiliated her, sets her own trap for Robin ... and once captured Robin even thinks it was Marian who betrayed him, and is only convinced when she helps him escape, even if that means more torture for her ...

Of course, in the end, Robin can assemble his merry men, attack the castle, defeat Prince John and his men, and hand over Lady Sallyford to his men for a bit of rape ...


This is the sex-version of the Robin Hood legend, from a time before hardcore has hit it big, so you can expect countless and not very convincing excuses to show female nudity - and some of the performers are quite cute, too -, not very convincingly simulated sex scenes, a silly underdeveloped story and a bunch of wooden actors.

Pure and fun nostalgia.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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