USA Theatrical release was November 8, 1973. USA Home Video release was December 3, 1984 and re-leased on July 12, 1991. Several additional re-releases in different media formats and different aspect ratios. Some of the different versions are hard to watch, especially if you have seen it in a proper theatrical release in a movie theater. This tape does not say the aspect-ration.The screens of today have a different aspect ratios than of the television screens of the ancient world. Robin Hood was the first of the "untouchables" to be released on home media format. The untouchables were films that were never to be released for home viewing, but finally after a long time the company changed policy and they were introduced in the Walt Disney The Classics series, also known as the Black Diamond series becuase of the black diamond on the cases's spine. The diamond is white on the actual black tape casette (see pictures). Please see all all pictures. Of the actual specific video tape available in this listing. We are the original retail purchaser of this tape when it was new. Our player broke-down in the early 2000's. The tape has not been viewed since then. With no guarantee of its playable condition.
VHS is an abbreviation for Video Home System. When VHS came out it was short for Vertical Helical Scan in 1976, but switched to its common consumer friendly meaning. They are an analog magnetic tape that use a two spool system inside a plastic cassette case.
Videotapes require a VCR (Video Cassette Recorder/Player) for playback. NTSC is an abbreviation for National Television System Committee. The defined the analog format for analog television playback and broadcasting. It is the predominate standard for North America (US, Canada, Mexico), some Caribbean, Asia, & Pacific Island countries/locations and many countries of South America.According to the box or cassette tape. Distributed by Buena Vista Home Vide (BVHV). Genre: Anthropomorphic Animated Musical Adventure Comedy Film aka Motion-Picture Cartoon. List of the 4 Ephemera Inserts. Disney Presents The Brave Little Toaster coming soon to video.
Walt Dsiney Home Video Consumer Corresondance Postcard. Mini-catalog of Coming Soon Video Titles. T he Rescuers Donw Under is on the backside cover.
Uncut edge, means it can't be flipped thru. Brian Bedford as Robin Hood, a red fox.
Monica Evans as Maid Marian, niece of King Richard, a red fox. Phil Harris as Little John, a brown bear. Roger Miller as Alan-a-Dale, narrator of the film. Andy Devine as Friar Tuck, a badger. Peter Ustinov as Prince John, the Prince Regent of England, a lion with no mane.
Peter Ustinov as King Richard, a lion with a mane. Terry Thomas as Sir Hiss, a snake. Carole Shelley as Lady Kluck, a hen.
Pat Buttram, Sheriff of Nottingham, a wolf. George Lindsey and Ken Curtis as Trigger, a Sheriff's guardsman, as a vulture. Ken Curtis as Nutsy, a Sheriff's guardsman, as a vulture.
Billy Whitaker (Thomas William Charles Mitchell Whittaker) as Skippy, a white rabbit "child". Dana Laurita as Sis, a white rabbit "child". Dori Whitaker as Tagalong, a white rabbit "child".Richie Sanders as Toby, a tortoise. John Fiedler as the Church Sexton, a mouse. Barbara Luddy, the Church Sexton's wife, a mouse.
Rabbit, mohter of the rabbit "children". Candy Candido (Jonathan Joseph Candido) as Captain of the Royal Guard, a crocodile. Pat O'Malley (James Rudolph O'Malley) as Otto the blacksmith. Story by Larry Clemmons, Ken Anderson, Vance Gerry, Frank Thomas, Eric Cleworth, Julius Svendsen, David Michener. Based on The legend of Robin Hood.
Edited by Tom Acosta, Jim Melton. It was the 21st Disney animated feature film.
It received one Academy Award nomination for Best Song: "Love", music by George Bruns, lyrics by Floyd Huddleston. From us in the USA! In some situations some items are not allowed to be sent to your country because of the buyers import laws, buyers please check that an item is allowed to be sent to your country. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gift" - US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.