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Film critic Robin Wood has said if he " were asked to choose a film that would justify the existence of Hollywood ... it would be Rio Bravo.
Although his work was not initially taken seriously by British critics of the Sight and Sound circle, he was venerated by French critics associated with Cahiers du cinéma, who intellectualized his work in a way Hawks himself was moderately amused by, and he was also admired by more independent British writers such as Robin Wood.
* Robin Wood, Howard Hawks, Secker & Warburg, 1968
* Robin Wood, Howard Hawks, British Film Institute, 1981, revised with addition of chapter " Retrospect ".
* Robin Wood, Rio Bravo, ( BFI Publishing, 2003 )
The 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica remarks that ' hood ' was a common dialectical form of ' wood '; and that the outlaw's name has been given as " Robin Wood ".
There are indeed a number of references to Robin Hood as Robin Wood, or Whood, or Whod, from the 16th and 17th centuries.
In Barnsdale Forest, Yorkshire, there is a well known as Robin Hood's Well ( by the side of the Great North Road ), a Little John's Well ( near Hampole ) and a Robin Hood's stream ( in Highfields Wood at Woodlands ).
*" Robin Hood – the greatest of English myths " on BBC Radio 4's In Our Time featuring Stephen Knight, Thomas Hahn and Dr Juliette Wood
" Critic Robin Wood found it one of the few horror films to possess " the authentic quality of nightmare ".
Robin Wood characterizes Leatherface and his family as victims of industrial capitalism, their jobs as slaughterhouse workers having been rendered obsolete by technological advances.
Although zombie cannibals were inspired by Matheson's I Am Legend, film historian Robin Wood sees the flesh-eating scenes of Night of the Living Dead as a late-1960s critique of American capitalism.
* Wood, Robin.
** Robin Wood, starting with the episode " First Date "
In the final season of the show ( 2002 – 2003 ), things starts to come around for Buffy when Principal Robin Wood hires her as a school counselor for the newly-rebuilt Sunnydale High School and has repaired her relationships with Dawn and her friends.
* Lies My Parents Told Me 1st flashback: In 1977 New York, Spike fights Vampire Slayer Nikki Wood while her young son Robin watches from a hiding place.
In the 2009 sequel Return to the Hundred Acre Wood, it is confirmed that Christopher Robin was at school, but with school being out for the summer, he returns to the forest for a visit with a lot of knowledge to share.
Robin Wood was an early champion of Heaven's Gate and its reassessment, calling it " one of the few authentically innovative Hollywood films.
Robin Wood noted, in his initial review of the film, reviewers tended to pile on the film, attempting to " outdo another with sarcasm and contempt.
Starting in 1995, Hampshire Police began a series of at least 56 raids, code named ' Operation Washington ', that eventually resulted in the August to November 1997 Portsmouth trial of Green Anarchist editors Booth, Saxon Wood, Noel Molland and Paul Rogers, as well as Animal Liberation Front ( ALF ) Press Officer Robin Webb and Animal Liberation Front Supporters Group ( ALFSG ) newsletter editor Simon Russell.
* People of Pern ( 1988 ) by Robin Wood and Anne McCaffrey.
These included leading Northern Irish musician Van Morrison, British blues pioneer Alexis Korner as well as Ronnie Wood, Alex Harvey and Mick Jagger ; folk musicians Martin Carthy, John Renbourn and Ashley Hutchings ; rock musicians Roger Daltrey, Jimmy Page, Ritchie Blackmore, Robin Trower and David Gilmour ; and popular beat music successes Graham Nash and Allan Clarke of The Hollies.

Robin and Howard
On May 7, 1999, Plato appeared on The Howard Stern Show, where she told Stern and Robin Quivers that she was engaged to 28-year-old Robert Menchaca, and that he was managing her career.
Scott's work influenced the late 19th-century children's writer Howard Pyle's book The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, which in turn established John as the principal villain within the traditional Robin Hood narrative.
The title page of Howard Pyle's 1883 novel, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
The traditional tales were often adapted for children, most notably in Howard Pyle's The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood, which influenced accounts of Robin Hood through the 20th century.
In one notable incident, Howard Stern co-host Robin " Ophelia " Quivers, was duped into making a Western Union wire transfer to a person " in need of emergency money in Spain.
Padded stunt men and bit players were paid $ 150 per arrow for being shot by professional archer Howard Hill, who was cast as Owen the Welshman, an archer defeated in the tournament by Robin.
Post-industrial noise artists from the late 20th and early 21st centuries include Vladislav Delay, Nicolas Collins, William Basinski's The Disintegration Loops, Psyclones, The Haters, Boyd Rice, Minóy, Pole, Stephen Vitiello, If, Bwana, PBK, Howard Stelzer, Chris Douglas a. k. a. O. S. T., Aube, Andrew Deutsch, Leif Elggren, Robin Rimbaud, Alva Noto, Oval, Boards of Canada, DJ Spooky, Florian Hecker, Farmers Manual, Negativland, Joseph Nechvatal, Thanasis Kaproulias, Fennesz, Pan Sonic, Yasunao Tone, Pavel Zhagun, Arcane Device, Francisco López, Kommissar Hjuler und Frau, Bryan Lewis Saunders, and others.
* Three Strikes: Miners, Musicians, Salesgirls, and the Fighting Spirit of Labor's Last Century ( Dana Frank, Robin Kelley, and Howard Zinn ) ( 2002 ) ISBN 0-8070-5013-X.
Some of the most famous included Larry Storch, Dallas McKennon ( best known as the voice of Archie in the Archie cartoon and as Cincinnatus, in the Daniel Boone TV series ), Adam West and Burt Ward ( who recreated their roles as " Batman and Robin " from their 1960s live-action series for Filmation's 1977 animated incarnation ), Jane Webb, and good friends and colleagues Ed Asner and Linda Gary ( Gary voiced a majority of Filmation's work in the 1980s ), along with John Erwin ( voice of Reggie Mantle, and later the voice of He-Man ), Alan Oppenheimer ( character actor in TV and film ), Ted Knight, George DiCenzo ( John BlackStar, Hordak, Bow on She-ra ), Melendy Britt, Howard Morris, Pat Fraley, Charlie Adler, Ed Gilbert, Susan Blu, Erika Scheimer ( daughter of Lou Scheimer ), and even Lou Scheimer himself ( either uncredited, or under the pseudonym of " Erik ( sometimes " Eric ") Gunden ").
On 25 October 2006, Townshend declined at the last minute to do a scheduled interview with Sirius Satellite Radio host Howard Stern after Stern's co-anchor Robin Quivers and sidekick Artie Lange made joking references to his 2003 arrest.
* Howard Pyle-The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood
* Mark Perry – Gordon Brown, Robin Cook, Saddam Hussein, Spider-Man, Michael Howard, Michael Parkinson, Graham Norton
During the tour, Paul left the band with a new line-up of Goh, Hitchcock, Macara, and Russell, plus Joey Carbone on keyboards, Robin LeMesurier on lead guitar and Howard Sukimoto on bass guitar.
Robin Ophelia Quivers ( born August 8, 1952 ) is an American radio personality, author, and actress, best known for being the long-running news anchor and co-host of The Howard Stern Show.
" Baymouth " in William Makepeace Thackeray's Pendennis, and " Spudmouth " in the The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood by Howard Pyle, are both based on the town.
The first episode featured comedian Jerry Seinfeld, Howard Stern sidekick Robin Quivers, Republican Party strategist Ed Rollins, and comedian Larry Miller.
The Bridport Literary Festival has been running since 2005 and has played host to the biggest literary lions including Elizabeth Jane Howard, Victoria Glendinning, Claire Tomalin, Jonathan Dimbleby, Max Hastings, Julian Fellowes, Alexander Waugh, John Julius Norwich, Minette Walters, Fay Weldon, Bill Oddie, Robin Hanbury – Tenison, Katharine Whitehorn, Kate Summerscale, Michael Dobbs and Ann Leslie DBE.
Also, in June 2010, Ebony ran an article about radio personality Robin Quivers, long-time sidekick of radio host Howard Stern, in which Quivers was asked if she considered herself a " sell out " for working with a predominantly white media.
In Howard Pyle's influential novel the Merry Adventures of Robin Hood ( published in 1883 ), he is shown as a crude, coarse outlaw, known for his cruelty and murderous habits.
Adolphe Appia, Aleksandra Ekster, Alexandre Benois, Alison Chitty, Antony McDonald, Barry Kay, Boris Aronson, Cyro Del Nero, Daniil Lider, David Borovsky, David Gallo, Edward Gordon Craig, Es Devlin, Ezio Frigerio, Franco Colavecchia, Franco Zeffirelli, George Tsypin, Howard Bay, Inigo Jones, Jean-Pierre Ponnelle, Jo Mielziner, Josef Svoboda, Ken Adam, Léon Bakst, Luciano Damiani, Maria Björnson, Ming Cho Lee, Motley, Natalia Goncharova, Nathan Altman, Nicholas Georgiadis, Paul Brown, Oliver Smith, Ralph Koltai, Neil Patel, Robert Brill, Robert Wilson, Russell Patterson, Brian Sidney Bembridge, Santo Loquasto, Sean Kenny, Todd Rosenthal, Robin Wagner, Tony Walton, and Vadym Meller.

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