Martitia HuntWalt Disney's Story of Robin HoodQueen Eleanor
It does seem surprising and exciting to think that new items from the film still emerge such as this wonderful still. What also continues to be confirmd is the quite massive publicity machine that went behind this film, its making, production and promotion worldwide. Following this it seems odd that the film then seemed to be shelved away and largely forgotten until the video release in 1986. Even then it was hardly with a fanfare of trumpets and in fact was low key.
Absolutely. Thanks to the kindness of my regular visitors, we continue to be able to witness some of that remarkable Disney publicity machine. Especially fantastic stills like this one.Lets hope there is plenty more out there!
Martitia Hunt: I can never stop thinking of her as the Count's mother in Hammer's "Brides of Dracula", and that really sad scene where she accepts her fate and surrenders to Cushing's stake!
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