Robin Hood (2006–2009)
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Something Worth Fighting For: Part 1 

The battle begins as Isabella rounds up men to send to Prince John, and the gang does everything they can to stop her. Archer joins forces with his sister, and sends a trap to snare Robin ... See full summary »

Director:

Matthew Evans

Writers:

Dominic Minghella (creator), Foz Allan (creator) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Jonas Armstrong ... Robin Hood
Richard Armitage ... Guy of Gisborne
David Harewood ... Tuck
Keith Allen ... Sheriff of Nottingham
Gordon Kennedy ... Little John
Sam Troughton ... Much
Joe Armstrong ... Allan A Dale
Lara Pulver ... Isabella
Clive Standen ... Archer
Joanne Froggatt ... Kate
Teresa Banham Teresa Banham ... Rebecca
Fraser James ... Blamire
Ben O'Brien ... Diggler
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Storyline

The battle begins as Isabella rounds up men to send to Prince John, and the gang does everything they can to stop her. Archer joins forces with his sister, and sends a trap to snare Robin and Gisborne. But who is really pulling the strings behind the evil that is coming to Nottingham? Written by Anonymous

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Certificate:

TV-PG
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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 June 2009 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fót Studios, Budapest, Hungary See more »

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Color:

Color
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Quotes

Much: There's no way out.
Robin Hood: There's always a way out, Much.
Much: So this is how it ends. This is how we die, buried in limestone. Hardly fair, is it?
Robin Hood: If one of us can reach the top, we can hold out longer. Much, come here. Gisborne, get on our shoulders.
Much: No! It's got to be you, Robin! You're the one who has to live! It has to be you.
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