An extract from an episode of 'The Muppet Show' from 1979 in which the muppets perform their own version of the most well known Robin Hood tale.
Ask any audience attending a lecture on Robin Hood the following questions: to each there will be an entirely predictable answer. \ Who has never read, heard or seen a tale of Robin Hood? Answer: no-one. \ Who has read the stories as an adult other than to children? Answer: no-one. \ Who has ever read the stories in the original versions? \ Answer: no-one. \ In one form or another, the tales have been told to children by adults who themselves learned them as children. That holds good for the last two hundred years, probably for much longer. It is thus that the legend has been transmitted and transmuted; and has endured. - Professor. J.C. Holt, Robin Hood
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
The ultimate Robin Hood movie (with a slight twist and added comedy)