One of the few great adventure movies that you can pretend you are treating the kids to when you are really treating yourself: the kind of Hollywood film to which Star Wars pays tribute, and one of the best examples of what large studio resources could produce. Glorious colour, sumptuous sets, and a brilliantly choreographed climactic sword fight between Flynn and Rathbone; the stuff of which Saturday matinee dreams were made.
|Release date:||Friday February 11 1938|
Cast and crew
|Director:||William Keighley, Michael Curtiz|
|Screenwriter:||Seton I Miller, Norman Reilly Raine|
Olivia de Havilland