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The faith-based animated series takes on the Robin Hood legend in this delightful adventure! When the evil prince of Bethlingham oppresses the have-nots by stealing their food, do-gooder Robin Good and his fearless associates launch a project of stealing from the rich to give to the poor. 45 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital 5.1; bonus short; more.
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review by . April 11, 2012
I like VeggieTales use of classic stories to convey spiritual truths. Initially, they may have resorted more to Bible stories, which got them into trouble with those who did not like the liberty they took with Scripture. Biblical purists will have a harder time complaining when classics are used to illustrate biblical values.       This DVD starts with a coming attraction that captivated my interest. Various individuals involved in making The Penniless Princess: A Story …
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