This animated version of the Robin Hood legend manages to check all the boxes in a one-hour film: fight with Little John; fight with Friar Tuck; Will Scarlett ("Scarlock in the film"); Maid Marian, etc.). A nice element added to this version that I had not seen in other versions is Marian's lady-in-waiting disguising herself so that Marian could get word to Robin. The writing is excellent and the voices fit the characters well.
But this is for children. The script does not work at two levels, one for adults and one for children, like the best animation films done today. And the animation is Saturday-morning quality.
For parents, the violence is a bit stronger than you may want, like the Road Runner. The director tries to tone it down, but there are sword-fights and people constantly getting conked on the head: not quite PG, but close.