A Challenge for Robin Hood (1967)
'Lady Marian': I just love to see men wrestling.
Roger de Courtenay: And there's to be a hanging afterward. There's just no end to the entertainment.
Wallace: Well aimed, Sir Roger. A perfect shot my lord.
Roger de Courtenay: Boy, bring me my arrow.
Wallace: Come on. Now you heard what my master said. The arrow.
Friar Tuck: That was the best meal I've ever had.
Much: Because you needed it, that's all.
Friar Tuck: Possibly. But anyway, thank you, uh...
Stephen: His name is Much.
Friar Tuck: Thank you very much, Much.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Come to my room in one hour.
[Maid Marian slaps the Sheriff of Nottingham]
Sheriff of Nottingham: A girl of spirit. Good. Men have been killed for doing less to Nottingham.
Maid Marian: Oh, I'm sorry, sir. I didn't know you were the sheriff.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Well, now you do.
[Maid Marian slaps the Sheriff of Nottingham a second time]
Maid Marian: So here's another for good measure.
Little John: I daren't go back to the castle after this.
Robin Hood: Then don't. Join us.
Little John: You need somebody to look after you.
Stephen: You killed my father.
Roger de Courtenay: He was poaching, dear. The penalty for that is death.
Stephen: We were hungry.
Roger de Courtenay: The deer is a protected animal, boy.
Stephen: Are we not as good as animals then?
Roger de Courtenay: Indeed. And as the animals, you may feed as freely as you please... on grass.
Wallace: It is one less Saxon to thieve and trouble us.
Robin de Courtenay: And another left to grow and hate us more.
Stephen: He saved my life!
Much: Is this true?
Stephen: It's true. I swear it.
Alan-a-Dale: What does it matter? He's a Norman.
Much: It matters that we do not kill for the sake of killing.
Robin de Courtenay: I care not so much about the will, but you have marred a good man's dying moments here.
Henry de Courtenay: And for nothing too. All of these hear have heard the will as he intended they should. Bad luck, dear brother.
Roger de Courtenay: That we'll see.
Robin de Courtenay: We meet again.
Alan-a-Dale: Thanks to the boy. I would have had them take you.
Stephen: That's not true, Alan. You know it's not.
Alan-a-Dale: I couldn't let the friar die.
Friar Tuck: I very proper sentiment, my good fellow.
Alan-a-Dale: Come with me. I tell you now, I do this for the sake of young Stephen and the friar.
Henry de Courtenay: For myself, I bear you no grudge.
Robin de Courtenay: Thank you, Henry. We've never been friends, nor have we been enemies, so... let it remain so.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Oh, by the way, I've doubled the guard with my men.
Roger de Courtenay: With your men, why?
Sheriff of Nottingham: Hasn't it occurred to you that Robin's friends may try to get him back? And the girl and the boy? No, perhaps it hasn't.
Roger de Courtenay: I am Master of Courtenay! What right have you...
Sheriff of Nottingham: Every right! We both have so much to lose.
Little John: Robin!
Robin Hood: Will, Alan, and John. What delayed you?
Little John: Well, we thought that you...
Will Scarlet: We didn't think you...
Robin Hood: You thought I'd given up this life? With Richard a prisoner still, England in John's hands, and our friend the Sheriff of Nottingham still at large? Oh, no, my friends. There's too much work still to be done.
Friar Tuck: But not now, surely.
Robin Hood: Oh, no. Not now. Tomorrow.
Friar Tuck: Ah, tomorrow. But, in the meantime, what about the wedding breakfast?
Little John: Yes. Come on, lads.