After 5 years of fighting in the crusades, Robin returns to England and leads a band of outlaws to outwit the Sheriff of Nottingham.
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Returning from five years of fighting in the crusades, Robin of Locksley and his manservant Much discover their beloved home under the rule of the dastardly Sheriff of Nottingham. To fight the tyranny, Robin becomes the leader of a band of outlaws with Will Scarlett, Allan A Dale, Royston White, Little John, and Djaq. Meanwhile, feisty Lady Marian inspires the love of both her childhood sweetheart Robin and the Sheriff's second-in-command Sir Guy of Gisborne. Later episodes find the addition of friends and foes such as Prince John, warrior monk Tuck, village girl Kate, Guy's sister Isabella, and mysterious Archer. Written by L. Hamre

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3 March 2007 (USA)  »

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During filming of the second series, Jonas Armstrong broke a metatarsal bone in his foot during a staged fight scene. See more »

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They use several words that were not known at the time this series took place (1192). Both "illegal" and "cancer" were used in the first series. According to Merriam-Webster the term illegal was first known to be used in 1538 and the term cancer was not known to be used until the 14th century. See more »

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Little John: Taxes we do not like.
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Version of Robin Hood (2010) See more »

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Anachronistic politically correct piffle!
13 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

Anachronistic politically correct piffle is what I titled this review and it is just what I mean. I have just watched/listened to this while setting up my recordings for the next week or so. I find it hard to believe that anyone likes this and why on earth anyone would want to watch it. There is nothing that rings true about any of it. There is a distinct feeling of end-of-the-pier pantomime about the entire venture. Why is Friar Tuck black now? (incidentally before the PC brigade jump all over me, I am black and think this is political correctness taken too far). This series is a lot of things but it is definitely not the Robin Hood story. I have no problem with artistic licence but whatever is done with it has to 1.be good and 2. has to work. The actors say their lines competently enough but I feel unconvinced by any of them. I fail to understand why anyone would employ Keith Allen as an actor-he is a parody of an actor and should never be allowed anywhere near anything that is to be put in front of an audience. Its a travesty of the first order from beginning to end.


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