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The Magic Hourglass (2011)

| Short, Adventure, Comedy
Arn Fredrickson and Ed Brooks are magically transported through to find themselves in Sherwood Forest where they meet Robin Hood and his Merry Men and have to save them from the Sheriff of Nottingham before they are executed.

Director:

Robert Rollins
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Credited cast:
Jeff Bower ... Guard #2
David Coe David Coe ... Robin Hood
Scott Deckert ... Sheriff of Nottingham (as Scotty Dickert)
Ben Faigus ... Ed Brooks (as Benjamin Faigus)
Edward J. Fik IV Edward J. Fik IV ... Guard #3
Joseph Guimond Joseph Guimond ... Guard #4
Beau Harris Beau Harris ... Little John
Dan Merket Dan Merket ... Friar Tuck
Harut Tovmasyan Harut Tovmasyan ... Guard #1
Alex Weber Alex Weber ... Arn Fredrickson
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Arn Fredrickson and Ed Brooks are in a local antique store. Ed is wishing he were somewhere else. Arn is starting to wish Ed were somewhere else. They stumble across a very old hourglass and inadvertently invoke an ancient spell. They awake in Sherwood Forest and encounter Robert of Locksley and his two Merry Men. Before the magic sand runs out, Ed ensures that history lives up to the legend and Arn hopes that it is all a dream. Written by Anonymous

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Truly enjoyable twist on Robin Hood!
3 February 2012 | by ksachdeva1See all my reviews

A modern, light-hearted spin on the renowned tale of Robin Hood, this is one of those films that I would want to add to my home collection so as to be able to watch it over and over again. With an entertaining script and characters that I could easily relate to, this production truly captivated my undivided attention. As the tale followed Arn's and Ed's ventures through the Sherwood Forest, I not only encountered an entertaining plot line, but was also drawn to Ed's undeniable boyish charm.

Robert Rollins's creativity and imagination shines through in this film. I sincerely recommend watching it and allowing it to take you on a comical journey through the Sherwood Forest.


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