After studiously inspecting the huge replica of the Twelfth Century castle, Douglas Fairbanks had built at the Pickford-Fairbanks Studios for his latest screen triumph, 'Douglas Fairbanks in Robin Hood,' a United Artists release coming to the Coronet Theatre next Saturday. Charlie Chaplin, who has a habit of following scholarly pursuits when not busying doing the laugh-provoking comedy stunts, got an inspiration. It was the drawbridge leading to the main entrance of the castle. As yet it is undecided as to whether or not this drawbridge entrance will find its way into Charlie Chaplin comedy, but it would not be surprising if Chaplin builds himself one just like it.
Robin Hood: Fairbanks' Drawbridge
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Robin Hood (View more)
Douglas Fairbanks (story)
A nobleman becomes the vigilante Robin Hood who protects the oppressed English people from the tyrannical Prince John.
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