1922: Douglas Fairbanks starred in the 1922 silent film 'Robin Hood.' Newscom/FILE
1938: Errol Flynn starred in 'The Adventures of Robin Hood,' which won three Oscars for Best Art Direction, Best Film Editing, and Best Music, Original Score. The film was also nominated for Best Picture in 1939. Newscom/FILE
1952: Richard Todd played Robin Hood in the 1952 Walt Disney film 'Robin Hood and His Merrie Men.' Newscom/FILE
1973: Walt Disney's animated film 'Robin Hood' featured a fox as Robin with the voice of actor Brian Bedford. Newscom/FILE
1975: Eric Idle (2nd l.) played Sir Robin the Not-Quite-So-Brave-as-Sir Launcelot in Monty Python's The Holy Grail in 1975. Fellow Monty Python member John Cleese (r.) would also play Robin Hood in 1981's 'Time Bandits.' Newscom/FILE
1976: Sean Connery and Audrey Hepburn starred in 1976's 'Robin and Marion.' Columbia Pictures/AP/FILE
1991: Kevin Costner plays Robin Hood in a scene from 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves,' released by Warner Bros. Warner Bros/AP
1991: Patrick Bergin starred as Robin Hood in the 1991 television version of 'Robin Hood.' Newscom/FILE
1993: Cary Elwes played Robin Hood in Mel Brooks's spoof of the Robin Hood story, 'Robin Hood: Men in Tights.' 20th Century Fox/AP/FILE
2010: Russell Crowe as Robin Hood is seen here in Universal Pictures's film 'Robin Hood,' which opened at the Cannes Film Festival on May 12, 2010. Kerry Brown/Universal Pictures/AP
The world's newest nation turned three yesterday with little of the earlier euphoria. An outgoing UN official slammed the nation's leaders for wasting 'all the goodwill.'
ByJason Patinkin, Correspondent
South Sudan marked its third anniversary of independence amid a civil war that has killed thousands of people and displaced more than 1 million. So the birthday mood in the world's newest nation does not resemble the complete jubilation of recent years.