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Alan-A-Dale is the narrator of Robin Hood.
He is also a minstrel, carrying around a ukele to which he sometimes narrates the story in song. His character is based on Allan A'Dayle, who was one of Robin Hood's merry men and played music for them. Though not depicted as a merry man, he did assist Robin Hood in some of his adventures.
During the archery tournament, he helps Friar Tuck capture Sir Hiss so he does not squeal to Prince John about Robin's identity. He then leads a band of animals in celebrating Robin and Maid Marian's engagement. He was also among those of Nottingham who were imprisoned. Little John freed him and Friar Tuck first and helped get the children and injured out of the castle.
He is voiced by the late Roger Miller.
- He looks similar to Buck Cluck.
- He is also a figure in the real life legend of Robin Hood
- At Disneyland in Shanghai, China, his character is present to represent the Zodiac sign of the Rooster.