Starring Randolph Bragg. Produced by The Big Honkin’.
Arthur Penn directed two movies I loved, “Bonnie and Clyde” and “Penn and Teller Get Killed.” One featured the music of Flatt and Scruggs, thus extending their popular impact and inspiring many a banjo player. The other featured the music of the Velvet Underground, which probably had no impact because no one saw “Penn and Teller Get Killed.”
This Robin is no socialist bandit practicing freelance wealth redistribution, but rather a manly libertarian rebel striking out against high taxes and a big government scheme to trample the ancient liberties of property owners and provincial nobles. Don’t tread on him!