Robin Goodhood
Studio: DePatie Freleng Release Date : September 9, 1970 Series: Roland and Rattfink

Cumulative rating:
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Associated Studio(s)

Mirisch Company


Roland Hood, in his kind hearted nature, takes the money tax-collector Rattfink took from the poor. The two battle it out with some help from some friends.


(Voice: Lennie "Leonard" Weinrib)
(Voice: Lennie "Leonard" Weinrib)



Germain Adolph "Gerry" Chiniquy


Robert "Bob" Taylor
Emanuel "Manny" Gould
Manuel "Manny" Perez
Donald Herald "Don" Williams
Irvin "Irv" Spence


John Burton Jr.


John W. Dunn


Doug Goodwin


Richard H. "Dick" Thomas


Lennie "Leonard" Weinrib
Marvin Miller
Athena Lorde


David Hudson "Dave" DePatie
Isadore "Friz" Freleng

Film Editor

Lee Gunther

Production Supervisor

Jim Foss

Production Coordinator

Harry Love




United Artists


United States

The Pink Panther Ultimate Collection
The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection (9 Disc Set - 2009)
Roland and Rattfink
The DePatie Freleng Collection 1
The Pink Panther Classic Cartoon Collection: Roland and Rattfink

BluRay Disc

United States

Roland and Rattfink
The DePatie-Freleng Collection 1

Technical Specifications

Running Time: 6:16
MPAA No.: 22484
MPAA Rating: G
Animation Type: Standard (Hand-drawn-Cel) Animation
Aspect Ratio: 1.37 : 1
Cinematographic Format: Spherical
Color Type: Deluxe
Negative Type: 35mm
Original Country: United States
Original Language: English
Print Type: 35mm
Sound Type: Mono

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From RareSox :

The story of Robin Hood has been done to death in the medium of animation, but Robin Goodhood has a lot of concepts that help keep the cartoon fresh and interesting to watch. Leonard Weinrib continues to give it his all in this cartoon, while the animation looks decent for 1970. It isn't really saying that much, since the Roland and Rattfink shorts tend to be a fun time waster for me, but Robin Goodhood comes out as one of the best of the series, and it's quite easy to see why. As for the Jester, he's used as comic relief in this short, and it works, I guess. I suggest finding the short on television in case it ever airs, like MeTV.
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