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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves Details

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This film is a '90s version of the classic Robin Hood story, with Kevin Costner starring as the good-guy thief. Costner is joined in his efforts against the murdering Sheriff of Nottingham (Alan Rickman) by Morgan Freeman who plays a philosophizing Moor, and by Nick Brimble, who plays Little John (anything but little). After Robin barely survives a watery skirmish with Little John, the two become allies and Robin joins forces with Little John's band of robber thieves to overcome the evils of the dastardly Nottingham sheriff. ~ Rovi

  • Release date:June 14, 1991

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
British Academy of Film and Television Arts Alan Rickman Best Supporting Actor 1991 Winner
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Bryan Adams Best Song 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Michael Kamen Best Song 1991 Nominee

Cast

Kevin Costner
as Robin of Locksley/Robin Hood
Morgan Freeman
as Azeem
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio
as Maid Marian
Christian Slater
as Will Scarlett
Alan Rickman
as Sheriff of Nottingham
Geraldine McEwan
as Mortianna
Michael McShane
as Friar Tuck
Brian Blessed
as Lord Locksley
Michael Wincott
as Guy of Gisborne
Nick Brimble
as Little John
Soo Drouet
as Fanny
Daniel Newman
as Wulf
Daniel Peacock
as Bull
Walter Sparrow
as Duncan
Harold Innocent
as Bishop
Jack Wild
as Morin
Michael Goldie
as Kenneth
Liam Halligan
as Peter Dubois
Marc Zuber
as Turk Interrogator
Merelina Kendall
as Old Woman
Imogen Bain
as Sarah
Jimmy Gardner
as Farmer
Bobby Parr
as Villager
John Hallam
as Red Headed Baron
Douglas Blackwell
as Grey Bearded Baron
Pat Roach
as Celtic Chieftain
Andy Hockley
as Ox
John Dallimore
as Broth
Derek Deadman
as Kneelock
Howard Lew Lewis
as Hal
John Tordoff
as Scribe
Andrew Lawden
as Sergeant
Susannah Corbett
as Lady in Coach
Sarah Alexandra
as Small Girl
Christopher Adamson
as Soldier
Richard Strange
as Executioner
John Francis
as Courier
Howard Lew Lewis
as Hal
Christopher Adamson
as Soldier
Liam Halligan
as Peter Dubois
Sarah Alexandra
as Small Girl
Douglas Blackwell
as Grey Bearded Baron
Susannah Corbett
as Lady in Coach
Merelina Kendall
as Old Woman
Marc Zuber
as Turk Interrogator
Richard Strange
as Executioner
John Hallam
as Red Headed Baron
Andrew Lawden
as Sergeant
John Dallimore
as Broth
Imogen Bain
as Sarah
John Tordoff
as Scribe
Pat Roach
as Celtic Chieftain
Derek Deadman
as Kneelock
Jimmy Gardner
as Farmer
Michael Goldie
as Kenneth
Bobby Parr
as Villager
Andy Hockley
as Ox

Crew

Kevin Reynolds
Director
Richard Barton Lewis
Producer
Pen Densham
Producer
John Watson
Producer
John Watson
Screenwriter
Pen Densham
Screenwriter
Pen Densham
Screen Story
Douglas Milsome
Cinematographer
Bryan Adams
Songwriter
Michael Kamen
Composer (Music Score)
Stuart Baird
Editor
Peter Boyle
Editor
John Graysmark
Production Designer
Peter Young
Art Director
John Ralph
Art Director
Alan Tomkins
Art Director
Michael J. Kagan
Co-producer
Gary Barber
Executive Producer
James G. Robinson
Executive Producer
David Nicksay
Executive Producer
Peter Young
Set Designer
John Bloomfield
Costume Designer
Tip Tipping
Stunts
Ilene Starger
Casting
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