PG-13 | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
A war-hardened Crusader and his Moorish commander mount an audacious revolt against the corrupt English crown.
As Nottingham is a city full of horses, the film's production also required a number of well-trained horses able to negotiate tight turns. The trainer Laszlo Juhász oversaw a team of more than 70 horses, including a magnificent Black Fresian ridden by the Sheriff of Nottingham and the "Castano" of Robin Hood, a 13-year-old Purebred Spanish (PRE), a breed known for his elegance, intelligence and lush mane.
You call that a disguise?
Robin of Loxley: Well it fooled everybody else!
Towards the end Friar Tuck puts four sacks over his shoulders, hanging freely. Two front and two back. In the far shot he is holding all four sacks with his hands on the back.
In South Africa the film was edited in theaters for a 13 rating (after the uncut version was classified 16). The film was later released on uncut on DVD with a 13 rating as the violence was deemed to have less impact outside of a theatrical context.
$9,195,670 (USA) (25 November 2018)