by Jay Cluitt · March 16, 2016 · Featured, LAMBcast, Podcasts, Remakeapalooza · 2 Comments

What, ho! Good podcast listener! Afore you sally forth upon your quest through Sherwood Forest, mayhaps thine passage could stand an audible accompaniment? A delightful ditty upon Allan A’Dayle’s finest lute, perhaps? Or wouldst though rather another of Friar Tuck’s raucous shanties? No? Well how about a podcast all about the movie adaptations of Robin Hood?
robin-hood-el-principe-de-los-ladrones-kevin-costner-pelicul-982601-MLM20361671732_072015-FJay Cluitt was joined by Heather Baxendale, Kristen Lopez, Mario Brown and Todd Liebenow to predominantly discuss 1938’s The Adventures of Robin Hood with a swash-buckling Errol Flynn, 1991’s Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves with a skinny-dipping Kevin Costner and 2010’s Robin Hood, with a not-really-playing-Robin-Hood Russell Crowe. We also discussed a few other adaptations as well, revealed our Rants and Raves of the Week and played some Last Lamb Standing.

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  1. 70srichard says:

    I enjoyed your conversation immensely, the Errol Flynn Robin Hood is my favorite film and I was glad that you all seemed to like it. Here is a link to a post I did on the 75th Anniversary a couple of years ago if you like:

    Also, I heard you discussing the Ultra Card for Batman v Superman and wondering if people really use them or see films often enough to justify it. I did not get that card for Batman v. Superman or Interstellar which someone believed was also a film that offered it. I did however get one of the 1000 cards sold for SPECTRE. It allowed me to see the film 7 times in the theater and I changed some opinions about it along the way. If you are interested in a follow up on that as well, here is another link:

    I’ve only done one podcast as a guest before, that was with Todd on the Forgotten Filmcast, I think I’d fit in with the podcast pretty well if you would be willing to give me a shot. I’ll look for the info about participating, I know you mention that it is in the forums somewhere. Great show.

    • Jay Cluitt says:

      Glad you liked the show Richard, and we’ll be happy to have you on any time, I remember you being a good guest on Todd’s show. I’ll get in touch the next time I’m recruiting for guests, which should be in a few weeks time. And thanks for the links to your relevant posts.

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