PAVILION, SELSEY. IN his production in Technicolor, "THE STORY OF ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN," Walt Disney brings to the screen the imperishable story of England's hero and the feats which earned him undying fame. A cast of distinguished players is headed by Britain's Richard Todd, who plays the title role. Joan Rice portrays Maid Marian, and splendid characterizations come from Martita Hunt, Peter Finch, James Robertson Justice, Bill Owen, James Rapier, Hubert Gregg, Reginald Tate, Elton Hayes, and many others. Adventure, strife, and comedy run through Prank Buck's "JUNGLE CAVALCADE." In this astonishing wild animal picture everything is real and unrehearsed. Thrilling scenes of jungle animals in vivid battles, Buck's capture of a deadly cobra, and the comedy provided by an ingratiating honeybear and small monkey provide intriguing highlights in the film. "DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE," the British Technicolor comedy about life among medical students, includes Dirk Bogarde, Muriel Pavlow, Kenneth More, Donald Sinden, Kay Kendall, James Robertson Justice, and Donald Houston. The story revolves around Simon Sparrow (Bogarde), a young medical student, who does more than achieve a medical education. He also masters the other hazards of a medical student's life fiery ward sisters, frightening surgeons, over - knowledgeable patients, pretty nurses, and the eccentricities of his own companions. "LIFE IN THE ARCTIC" was awarded a diploma in the 1953 Edinburgh Festival. Life on land, under water, and in the air is shown in colour.