Trail of Robin Hood

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Trail of Robin Hood
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Directed by William Witney
Written by Gerald Geraghty
Starring Roy Rogers
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release date
December 15, 1950
Running time
67 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Trail of Robin Hood is a 1950 American Trucolor film starring Roy Rogers and filmed in the San Bernardino Mountains and Big Bear Lake California. It is notable for featuring a large cast of Western stars and the last film that Roy Rogers filmed in Trucolor.[1] There is no reference to Robin Hood in the film.


Roy is a conservation agent preventing loggers from poaching Jack Holt's Christmas trees.



  1. ^ p. 162 Cozad, W. Lee More Magnificent Mountain Movies: The Silverscreen Years, 1940-2004 W. Lee Cozad, 2006

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