Robin Hood According to Spike Milligan The latest in Spike s hilarious re interpretations of classic works of literature now available in paperback This version of Robin Hood has Robin and his merry men when the King s deer manage to evad

  • Title: Robin Hood According to Spike Milligan
  • Author: Spike Milligan
  • ISBN: 9780753503034
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Paperback
  • The latest in Spike s hilarious re interpretations of classic works of literature, now available in paperback This version of Robin Hood has Robin and his merry men when the King s deer manage to evade their arrows, dining out at McDonald s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and eating jam sandwiches, Nevertheless, they are still than willing to do battle with Robin s arch enemThe latest in Spike s hilarious re interpretations of classic works of literature, now available in paperback This version of Robin Hood has Robin and his merry men when the King s deer manage to evade their arrows, dining out at McDonald s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and eating jam sandwiches, Nevertheless, they are still than willing to do battle with Robin s arch enemy Sir Guy de Custard Gisborne The fair Maid Marion, of course, is the object of much of Robin s attention, and his pursuit of the beautiful Marion leads him and his men into many adventures Lucky for him that his band of outlaws inclu de the immensely strong Big Dick and immensely insolent Groucho Marx Paying Scant regrd to any previous versions of this age old folk tale, Spike thunders through his riotous story like a runaway horse through Sherwood.

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    One thought on “Robin Hood According to Spike Milligan”

    1. Classic Milligan."Alas, the men held Much down; some held him up; some held him sideways. His future looked grimd short."I blame his mother. Nothing, since The Goon Show, has ever looked quite so ridiculous again. The face of British comedy is permanently bent.Ying tong yiddle I po.

    2. This is a collection of words written with only a passing resemblance of order. Almost unreadable, this gibberish is Spike Milligan at his most rambling. It starts off almost legible, but progressively devolves so much that by the end, I just wanted it to end. There was a scattering of lines that did make me laugh, but not enough to salvage the rest.

    3. Origin: I bought this book in a sale at my local bookshop, as I've really enjoyed other books in the series.Plot: There isn't really one! The story follows basically the same lines as the traditional stories of Robin Hood, but with Milligan's unique twist. So Robin prefers Jam sandwiches to stolen venison and Guy de Custard Gisbourne keeps stapling his head back on! Little John is renamed Big Dick and Maid Marion is a champion pole vaulter!Opinion: Worth a bit of a chuckle. It's absolutely ridic [...]

    4. Not really on his wavelength. There were funny bits. Need to know a fair bit of history to get the full benefit. Clever in parts and I am old enough to 'hear' his voice reading it so that was a plus.

    5. Entertaining if a little hard to read at times. Can definitely see some of Spike Milligans humour in it.

    6. I love Spike, but when he was not on form he really wasn't on form. I struggled to get through this one. If I were you I'd avoid it. Re-read the war bios and Sir Nobonk instead.

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