What was your first exposure to Robin Hood?
- Disney's 1973 animated film Robin Hood. This is a family favorite and my brothers and I watched it religiously! (I still love singing The Phony King of England...)
On a scale of 1 to 10, how big a fan are you?
- Maybe a 7...seeing as I have never actually read the books.
How many versions and spin-offs of the legend have you experienced?
- Disney's Robin Hood, Robin Hood (1990 film), Robin Hood: Men in Tights, BBC Robin Hood, Wishbone Robin Hood (that one totally counts!).
What is your favorite version of Robin Hood (can be book, movie, TV series, anything)?
- That's hard! Of course I love the Disney movie, but there was a TV movie of Robin Hood that was made in 1991 and starred Patrick Bergin and Uma Thurman and it was wonderful!
Are you one of the lads? (Meaning, have you watched/are you a fan of the BBC show?)
- Most definitely!!!
- Probably Will Scarlett from the BBC series.
- Lucy Griffiths was wonderful as Lady Marian!
- I have always had a general interest in archery.
Fact or fiction -- which do you think?
- Fact that's been fictionalized over the years.
Do you think Robin Hood has been "done to death," or are there still new twists that can be found?
- Robin Hood is like King Arthur. You can always find new ways to tell the story. Every generation has their own variation of Robin Hood and so it's really a legend that can never die.