Deep down inside, a very good film (1976). Richard Lester does his best to make an intelligent and graceful romance of this story of Robin Hood (Sean Connery) and Maid Marian (Audrey Hepburn) graying into a dreaded middle age. But James Goldman's script is even more lead footed than his Lion in Winter. The sentiments are deeply felt, even if the lines aren't. The last shot, minus a few frames at the very end, is worthy of Frank Borzage.