Robin Hood (2006–2009)
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Robin, chafing under the announcement of Marian's engagement, comes upon a devastating discovery about Gisbourne that ties him to the Holy Land.

Director:

Declan O'Dwyer

Writers:

Dominic Minghella (creator), Foz Allan (creator)
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Jonas Armstrong ... Robin Hood
Lucy Griffiths ... Marian
Richard Armitage ... Guy of Gisborne
Keith Allen ... Sheriff of Nottingham
Gordon Kennedy ... Little John
Sam Troughton ... Much
Joe Armstrong ... Allan A Dale
Harry Lloyd ... Will Scarlett
Anjali Jay ... Djaq
Michael Elwyn ... Edward
Mark Phoenix ... Jailer
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Robin, chafing under the announcement of Marian's engagement, comes upon a devastating discovery about Gisbourne that ties him to the Holy Land.

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Certificate:

TV-PG
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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fót Studios, Budapest, Hungary See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Trivia

When Guy and robin are fighting in the forest, Guy denounces King Richard I (Richard the Lionheart) as a terrible ruler who fought other people's wars rather than take care of his own people. This is actually a very true statement. During Richard's ten year reign, he spent only six months in England. Even though he was born in Oxford, he spoke only French, seeing no need to learn English. He saw England largely as a place that could finance his conquests and crusades. Thus, Guy's hatred and distrust of the king are understandable, a sentiment that was shared by many real citizens of the time. See more »

Goofs

When Much unties Robin, you can see that his hands are not actually tied up, but he is holding them up and has them looped over the rope. See more »

Quotes

[Robin punches Guy of Gisborne in the face]
Robin Hood: That *was* necessary.
[Little John and the other men show some form of agreement]
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The best in the series so far!
27 November 2006 | by general-melchettSee all my reviews

This episode was by far the best in the series so far - it was all-action, and we finally see Robin Hood fight in the Crusades - many people seem to think that he looks like someone plucked from behind a till at Netto. Robin Hood is no longer a softy - he actually displays his true colours in this episode - and while it isn't exactly gritty, it is more furious and realistic than any other episodes. Rather than just mindless slicing-and-dicing this time - this episode is actually intelligent and shocking - the star of the show was easily the tattoo that the whole thing revolved around. The reason why this is the best episode so far is because it is everything Robin Hood should aspire to - though not a great deal changes by the end of the show, it is a worthy addition to a slightly sub-par series, and after the rather disappointing "Brothers in Arms", this shows that Robin Hood might be on the rise. Series-best performances from Guy of Gisborne and Robin. This episode shows true corruption, friendship and care in the group of outlaws, as well as being a story of revenge and betrayal. This is what makes it far better than any Robin Hood episode yet.

Could this frankly disappointing series be on the rise?


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