GenreAdventure CinematographyArthur Grant CountryUnited Kingdom
DirectorC. M. Pennington-Richards Release dateJuly 1967 WriterPeter Bryan (original screenplay) CastBarrie Ingham (Robin de Courtenay, alias Robin Hood), Peter Blythe (Sir Roger de Courtenay), John Arnatt (Sheriff of Nottingham), Gay Hamilton (Lady Marian Fitzwarren), John Gugolka (Stephen Fitzwarren, the boy), James Hayter (Friar Tuck) Similar moviesRobin Hood, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Robin and Marian, Sword of Sherwood Forest, L'arciere di fuoco, Robin Hood
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A Challenge for Robin Hood is a 1967 British adventure film directed by C. M. Pennington-Richards and starring Barrie Ingham, Peter Blythe and John Arnatt.
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Barrie Ingham as Robin de Courtenay, alias Robin Hood
Peter Blythe as Sir Roger de Courtenay
John Arnatt as the Sheriff of Nottingham . Arnatt previously played the Deputy Sheriff in The Adventures of Robin Hood TV series.
Gay Hamilton as Lady Marian Fitzwarren
John Gugolka as Stephen Fitzwarren, the boy
James Hayter as Friar Tuck. Hayter previously played the same role in the 1952 Disney film The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men.
Eric Flynn as Alan-a-Dale
Reg Lye as Much
Leon Greene as Little John
Douglas Mitchell as Will Scarlett
Eric Woofe as Henry de Courtenay
John Harvey as Wallace, Sir Roger's chief henchman
Arthur Hewlett as Edwin, the castle steward
John Graham as Justin, a loyal guard
Jenny Till as The Imposter Lady Marian
William Squire as Sir John de Courtenay
Norman Mitchell as Dray Driver
Alfie Bass as The Pie Seller
Donald Pickering as Sir Jamyl de Penitone
The New York Times wrote, "Challenge for Robin Hood is excellent...it should make ideal viewing for lads, from little sprouts up to about 14...The screenplay by Peter Bryan fiddles a bit with the old Robin Hood legend, but it is a snug story and the dialogue has bite and humor...C. M. Pennington-Richards, has piloted the action with crackle, the musical score is fine and the color ranges from good to beautiful...the fairly modest budget seldom shows."