Errol Flynn's Robin Hood Statue



In late 1937 the directors of The Adventures of Robin Hood, Michael Curtiz and William Keighley, presented Errol Flynn with this statue, for all his hard work on the phenomenally successful movie. A European master artist had been instructed by the film’s producers to create this Art-Deco figurine in the likeness of Flynn in his starring role. It stands 30 inches tall from the top of the wooden bow, to the bottom of the Italian Swirled marble base and weighs approximately 30-35 pounds.

It spent many years in Errol Flynn’s holiday home in New Hampshire in the U.S.A.

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Errol Flynn
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938)
Robin Hood Statue