Mike has recently sent in this unusual movie still from his collection (shown above). It is taken from Walt Disney's live-action film, the Story of Robin Hood and his Merrie Men (1952) and he has asked if I was able to confirm the particular scene.
In the background we can see what appears to be the castle walls and the back - end of a cannon. Both men are wearing the Sheriff of Nottingham's livery and the figure being dragged off his horse seems to be Richard Todd (Robin Hood).
After closer scrutiny and a look through Laurence's excellent picture strip to identify the moment (see Number 37), I have come to the same conclusion as Mike.
The picture was taken during the filming at Denham Studios of Robin Hood's escape from Nottingham Castle after being betrayed by the Sheriff. Robin is pulled from his horse by one of the castle wardens and this leads to the dramatic scene near the end of the movie where the Sheriff (Peter Finch) is eventually crushed to death by the closing drawbridge.
Mike was puzzled as to why the image was so light considering the dramatic scene was set during night time? If any readers can help, please comment below.