Alan-a-Dale from Robin Hood

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1.Alan-A-Dale is based on the minstrel of the same name from various Robin Hood legends and is depicted as a rooster.
2. He only states his name at the beginning of the film, where he also introduces himself as a minstrel.
3. He functions as the narrator, using songs to tell the story.
4. He is always seen with his lute.
5. Alan-A-Dale first appears in the film’s opening, where he introduces himself and then begins telling the story of Robin Hood, him stating that his story was the real story (stating that the animal kingdom knew what truly happened) starting from when Robin Hood and Little John are escaping from The Sheriff of Nottingham and his Wolf Arrowmen, during the song sequence “Oo-De-Lally” which he sang.

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