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Dismount! [in French]

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Hear, O God, my prayer, [in Latin]

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and despise not my supplication [in Latin]

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be attentive to me and hear me. [in Latin]

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I am grieved in my exercise, [in Latin]

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and am troubled at the voice of the enemy [in Latin]

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and at the tribulation of the sinner. [in Latin]

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For they have cast iniquities upon me [in Latin]

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and in wrath they were troublesome to me. [in Latin]

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Amen.

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Oh Lord Jesus Christ! [in Latin]

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Thy wounds may be the remedy of my soul! [in Latin]

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A mile off.

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Go on, Nasir. Show Scarlet how to do it.

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Go on, Nasir. Show him.

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How long are we staying here?

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Close, Nasir.
Come on, James.

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Come on, James. Youre not going to let me down.

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We were better off where we were.
Gisburnes been there.

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Much!

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Then you shouldve killed him when you had the chance.

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Nice to see youve trained them well, John.

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Martin, you better do better, son.
Never mind.

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Its a great comfort to me, John, to know

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that weve got the best archers in England!

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Theyre doing better than Will, lad.

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Right.
He dont know his arrow from his elbow!

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Ooh... come on. Now up!

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Imagine its Gisburne.

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Right.

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Hes more use to us alive.

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What dyou mean?
Much!

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Well, the people hate Gisburne and everything he stands for.

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Yeh, well, I know that.

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Well, the more he stirs it up, the more theyll turn to us.

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Close.
Come on, John, your shot.

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At least you got me, lad.
Ah, well, thats nice to know, innit, lads?

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Well, move!

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You great lump!

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Think of it. Spies in every village. Messengers.

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And not only in the villages.

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Theres already people in Nottingham.
Yeah.

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I mean um...

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that baker and his wife, the potter we helped.

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Theres places to hide right under the Sheriffs nose!

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Youll get too big for your boots, you will.

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Than I get bigger boots.

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Thats a fine shot!
Thank you!

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Well done, little flower!

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Lucky!
By heck thats impossible!

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All right then. Much, set it up again.

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You couldnt do it again!

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John.

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What you doing? What you doing?

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Ive lost my way.

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Where are you going?

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Nottingham.
Where are you from?

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Grimston.

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Whats your name?
Siward.

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Look, eh...
What do you do, Siward?

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Do? Im a peddler.

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Yes, well, the Nottingham roads that way.

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A couple of miles.
So peddle off.

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If youre stopped, youve seen nobody.

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Oh, nobody. Ive seen nobody.

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Make for the clearing!

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Much, Tuck, run!

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Robin!

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Who are they?
Run, Much, run!

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John, move!

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What dyou want from us?

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Beau Séant!

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Run!

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Marion! Come on, Tuck!

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John, split up that way!

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Come on, John, run!
Go!

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Marion, back!

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One by one, one by one!

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Will!

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Much!

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Marion!

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This way!
Come on!

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Run! Come on!

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Get up!

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Come on, Much!
Move back! Come on!

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Marion, back!

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That way! Back! Back!

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Will!

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Robin!
Oh, no!

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Behind you, Nasir, behind you!

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John!
John, John, move back!

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Why, templars, why?

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God!
James, behind you, behind...

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Call yourselves men of God?
James!

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Well done, John!

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Marion!

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Get to the trees!

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Robin!

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Run!

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Robin! Robin!

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Much! Move, Much!

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Get off me!

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Theyll kill him!

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Robin! Robin!
Much!

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No!

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Thats what they want.

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Well get him back.
Robin! Theyll kill him!

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Theyd have killed him in front of us.

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Hes a hostage.

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James is dead.
Who are they?

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Templars.

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Poor knights of the Temple of Solomon.

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Poor? Id hate to see the good ones.

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Theyre monks. They take an oath of poverty.

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Fighting monks?

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And I thought you were the only one.

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Ive heard some right tales about them. I can tell you.

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Sove I. And the things they do in the Holy Land.

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That lot... Put whole towns to the sword, whole towns!

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Jews as well as Saracens.

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Killing for Christ they call it.

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Theyre heading North.

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Lets bury James and get moving.

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Nasir, follow them.

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Dismount! [in French]

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See to the horses. [in French]

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See to the horses.

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This is not the one! [in French]

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The thief we seek has only one eye. [in French]

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He was there. I saw him. He was with them. [in French]

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What shall we do with this one, commander? [in German]

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Shall I kill the little pig? [in German]

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No, not yet. [in French]

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Perhaps the other villains [in French]

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will come looking for him. [in French]

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He could be useful then. [in French]

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Im going to get him out of there.
Were all going.

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I know Much better than any of you.

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Ive known him since he was born.

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Anyway,

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one mans more chance of not being seen.

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Look!
What?

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The Sheriff?

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Its a very curious country, Gisburne.

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Seems to absorb people like a sponge.

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I mean what do you think we are?

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English or Norman?
Norman, my lord.

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Yes. Thats what I thought youd say.

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Ah! Such a bore having to trot round the shire every year

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but were not going to fill the coffers

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by sitting at home in Nottingham, are we?

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Cattle must be driven.

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And driven hard, Gisburne.

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Eh...
What the devils that?

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Sir?

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We are the Templar, returned from the Holy Land. [in French]

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Please speak English, Sir Knight. [in French]

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I am Frère Reynald de Villaret.

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I command here.

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Im not sure that I understand you, Frère Reynald.

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Im High Sheriff of Nottingham and I represent the King.

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And I The King of Kings.

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Ah yes, of course.

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But Id still like to know what youre doing in this village.

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It happens to be part of a royal manor which I administrate.

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These people are serfs, not Saracens.

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We are returning to our preceptory in Lincoln.

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We shall not be here long, my lord.

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No, you wont.

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I trust that...
Im telling you to move on.

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We shall continue our journey soon.

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Youll continue it now!

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Whos that clown?

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Whats going on?

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I dont know.

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But my moneys on the Templars.

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Your servant does you no credit, my lord.

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Put your sword away!
But, my lord!

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Do it, Gisburne!

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Now, Frère Reynald.

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You were about to tell me what youre doing here.

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I dont think so. [in French]

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Oh? And why not?

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Because I dont choose to.

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An outrage has been committed against our Order.

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An outrage? Really?

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How very intriguing!

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What sort of an outrage?

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Thats our concern.
Yes, but surely...

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I know that boy!
Stay where you are!

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The half-wit, my lord! The half-wit!
Which one?

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The millers son! The miller who fostered Robin Hood!

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Much is his name! I want that villain! Hes mine!

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You wont get him, hes my prisoner! [in French]

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My lord, are you going to...
Be quiet, man!

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So Robin Hood has crossed you,

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has he, de Villaret?

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Robin Hood?

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Ah, of course, youve been away, havent you?

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The so-called King of Sherwood.

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A dangerous rebel.

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Does a girl fight with him?

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Yes. I believe so.
And a Friar, a fat Friar?

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That renegade was the Sheriffs chaplain!

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Theyll all die! All of them!

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Weve sworn it.
Have you now?

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Then I give you my blessing, de Villaret!

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Come along, Gisburne.

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Its time we left the brothers to their devotions.

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My lord, I must protest!
Id rather you didnt.

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Just get back on your horse

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and stop making an exhibition of yourself!

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Good hunting, de Villaret!

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Why are they leaving?

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The Sheriffs backed down.

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Very wise.

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Did you have to tell him that?

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What, my lord?
That Tuck was my chaplain.

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Oh, never mind. It isnt important.

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They defied you! I was dishonoured!
Listen, Gisburne.

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Theyre six of the most highly trained fighting men

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in the Christian world.

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Answerable to no one but the Pope.

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And therere two hundred more of them in Lincoln.

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Do you want a crusade in Nottingham?
But they insulted us, my lord.

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Whatever outrage Robin Hoods responsible for,

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theyll avenge it. I know they will.

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Ive seen them at work.

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They wont stop until everyone of them is dead.

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Tuck, Marion, the lot.

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And that saves you time, money and soldiers.

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Surely thats worth a little dishonour?

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We consign our brother to the fire which purifies. [in French]

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He died in battle fighting [in French]

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against the enemies of Jesus Christ. [in French]

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A glorious death, my brothers! [in French]

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Bend thine ear, oh Lord, and harken unto me [in Latin]

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because I am helpless and unfortunate. [in Latin]

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Protect my soul. [in Latin]

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Lord, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Christ, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Lord, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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I beg Thee that Thy wounds [in Latin]

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may be the remedy of my soul. [in Latin]

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Lord, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Christ, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Lord, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, [in Latin]

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have mercy on us. [in Latin]

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Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, [in Latin]

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hear our prayers. [in Latin]

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Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, [in Latin]

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grant them rest. [in Latin]

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Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, [in Latin]

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grant them eternal rest. [in Latin]

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Lord, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Christ, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Lord, have mercy on us. [in Greek]

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Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, [in Latin]

260
00:24:05,333 --> 00:24:07,708
grant us rest. [in Latin]

261
00:24:08,000 --> 00:24:12,583
Lamb of God, who take away the sins of the world, [in Latin]

262
00:24:12,667 --> 00:24:16,042
grant us rest. [in Latin]

263
00:24:17,292 --> 00:24:21,417
Glory to the Father! Glory to the Son! [in Latin]

264
00:24:21,542 --> 00:24:24,667
Glory to the Holy Spirit! [in Latin]

265
00:24:24,792 --> 00:24:29,375
Glory to the Father! Glory to the Son! [in Latin]

266
00:24:29,500 --> 00:24:33,333
Glory to the Holy Spirit! [in Latin]

267
00:25:29,667 --> 00:25:32,500
Who did you steal this from?

268
00:25:36,042 --> 00:25:38,750
Where are the other scum?

269
00:25:41,750 --> 00:25:44,083
Youll tell me.

270
00:25:44,167 --> 00:25:46,333
They always tell me.

271
00:25:47,500 --> 00:25:51,042
Youll shout it at me. Scream it.

272
00:25:52,917 --> 00:25:55,917
You do understand what I say, dont you?

273
00:25:57,500 --> 00:25:59,583
I can see you do.

274
00:26:01,458 --> 00:26:03,958
What you took is sacred to us.

275
00:26:04,083 --> 00:26:05,833
Sacred!

276
00:26:06,458 --> 00:26:09,250
We shall get it back, I promise you!

277
00:26:09,375 --> 00:26:11,875
Where is it now? With the others?

278
00:26:12,500 --> 00:26:14,667
Weve taken nothing.

279
00:26:15,500 --> 00:26:17,292
Let the boy go.

280
00:26:17,417 --> 00:26:20,625
So youve got a tongue.

281
00:26:21,875 --> 00:26:25,417
A lying tongue. The thief is one of you.

282
00:26:25,500 --> 00:26:27,417
No.

283
00:26:28,000 --> 00:26:30,417
I shall prove it.

284
00:26:30,500 --> 00:26:34,250
And prove it fairly, put you on trial.

285
00:26:35,083 --> 00:26:37,917
Trial by battle.

286
00:26:38,833 --> 00:26:41,750
And you, Confrère, shall be our champion.

287
00:27:15,917 --> 00:27:18,333
Are you ready, Brother Henry? [in French]

288
00:27:18,458 --> 00:27:20,000
Yes, commander. [in German]

289
00:30:08,833 --> 00:30:11,042
Ill be back! I promise!

290
00:30:12,583 --> 00:30:14,792
Let him go! [in French]

291
00:30:23,000 --> 00:30:24,792
An attack in the dark?
Theyll expect it.

292
00:30:24,917 --> 00:30:26,875
What about the villagers?
Petrified.

293
00:30:27,000 --> 00:30:30,208
Anyway theyve no weapons. Pitchforks against chain mail?

294
00:30:30,333 --> 00:30:32,167
We have to save him.
Well save him!

295
00:30:32,292 --> 00:30:34,167
Now leave me alone!

296
00:30:39,375 --> 00:30:42,083
The Templars think weve stolen something from them.

297
00:30:43,833 --> 00:30:46,042
Something sacred.
Sacred?

298
00:30:49,500 --> 00:30:51,875
Siward took it!

299
00:30:52,417 --> 00:30:53,958
The lad with one eye.

300
00:30:54,083 --> 00:30:55,917
Robin Hood!

301
00:30:59,375 --> 00:31:01,167
Robin Hood!

302
00:31:01,250 --> 00:31:04,083
Can you hear me?
I can hear you.

303
00:31:04,583 --> 00:31:08,750
You have until dawn. Then well have to hang the boy.

304
00:31:20,500 --> 00:31:23,042
Lovely rosy apples! Apples and oranges!

305
00:31:36,667 --> 00:31:38,833
Stop him! Hes a thief!

306
00:31:52,542 --> 00:31:53,708
Hey!

307
00:32:00,958 --> 00:32:02,458
Whats this?

308
00:32:03,000 --> 00:32:04,167
Leave me be!

309
00:32:04,250 --> 00:32:06,292
This villain stole my purse.
Hes lying!

310
00:32:06,375 --> 00:32:07,833
Smashed half my stock!
Then search him!

311
00:32:07,917 --> 00:32:10,167
He cut it from my belt!
Hes lying!

312
00:32:12,708 --> 00:32:15,000
Look, my purse, see?

313
00:32:15,208 --> 00:32:17,292
Lets see whats in that pack.

314
00:32:19,667 --> 00:32:21,750
The symbol of the Templars!

315
00:32:22,917 --> 00:32:25,750
Two poor knights sharing a horse.

316
00:32:27,167 --> 00:32:29,917
Theyve come a long way since then.

317
00:32:34,917 --> 00:32:36,875
How did you get it?

318
00:32:37,833 --> 00:32:40,083
Answer the Sheriff!

319
00:32:40,208 --> 00:32:42,833
It was on the banner.
Go on, man.

320
00:32:44,083 --> 00:32:47,167
I followed em to their camp.

321
00:32:47,500 --> 00:32:49,167
Waited me chance.

322
00:32:49,250 --> 00:32:51,667
There was always a guard, but

323
00:32:52,000 --> 00:32:53,375
I crawled in round the back

324
00:32:53,458 --> 00:32:55,500
and while they were busy with the horses I

325
00:32:55,625 --> 00:32:58,958
took it off the banner, crawled away.

326
00:32:59,083 --> 00:33:00,917
But they saw him, my lord.

327
00:33:01,458 --> 00:33:03,667
I ran like the devil, I can tell you.

328
00:33:04,792 --> 00:33:08,333
I lost them in the forest, it were getting dark.

329
00:33:09,375 --> 00:33:13,000
But in the morning they came after me.
They would.

330
00:33:13,125 --> 00:33:15,625
And thats when he met the outlaws, my lord.

331
00:33:16,167 --> 00:33:18,125
And the knights attacked us.

332
00:33:18,250 --> 00:33:20,917
And, of course, you ran away?

333
00:33:27,500 --> 00:33:29,500
How did you lose that eye?

334
00:33:30,625 --> 00:33:33,250
It was put out, my lord.

335
00:33:35,500 --> 00:33:38,750
On your orders.
For thieving?

336
00:33:41,167 --> 00:33:42,875
Well.

337
00:33:43,417 --> 00:33:45,750
Now youre going to lose the other one.

338
00:33:47,292 --> 00:33:50,083
You cant do that to me!

339
00:33:52,292 --> 00:33:55,833
Leave me be! Leave me be!

340
00:33:56,167 --> 00:33:59,083
Get him out of here.
Leave me be!

341
00:33:59,167 --> 00:34:02,167
Let go of me! Let me go!

342
00:34:02,708 --> 00:34:04,667
No wonder they were so annoyed.

343
00:34:04,792 --> 00:34:06,250
My lord?

344
00:34:06,333 --> 00:34:09,583
Beau Séant! Beau Séant, Gisburne!

345
00:34:09,667 --> 00:34:11,667
The banner!

346
00:34:14,083 --> 00:34:15,750
Oh, dear.

347
00:34:15,833 --> 00:34:16,917
If theyve lost the crest

348
00:34:17,000 --> 00:34:19,500
to their precious banner, theyll...

349
00:34:20,750 --> 00:34:22,833
theyll be expelled from the Templars!

350
00:34:22,917 --> 00:34:24,583
Expelled?
Mmm.

351
00:34:26,875 --> 00:34:29,083
Just think of it, Gisburne.

352
00:34:30,000 --> 00:34:32,167
They fight all over the Holy Land

353
00:34:32,292 --> 00:34:34,167
carrying the blessed thing with them.

354
00:34:34,250 --> 00:34:37,083
They guard it against sandstorms, Saracens,

355
00:34:37,167 --> 00:34:39,250
every damned thing.

356
00:34:40,500 --> 00:34:41,750
Then they have it stolen

357
00:34:41,875 --> 00:34:43,958
by a one-eyed cut-purse from Nottingham.

358
00:34:44,250 --> 00:34:46,042
If you mean, without the crest...

359
00:34:46,167 --> 00:34:49,167
Thrown out! Disgraced! Finished!

360
00:34:50,083 --> 00:34:52,292
No wonder they wouldnt tell us about it.

361
00:34:55,417 --> 00:34:57,833
I think I shall keep this trinket, Gisburne.

362
00:34:58,333 --> 00:35:02,083
As a souvenir of a most unpleasant encounter.

363
00:35:05,208 --> 00:35:07,417
But the real joke...

364
00:35:07,708 --> 00:35:10,000
the real joke, Gisburne,

365
00:35:10,333 --> 00:35:13,000
is that theyre going to kill Robin Hood for it!

366
00:35:52,417 --> 00:35:54,792
Hey, lad, invading Nottingham, are we?

367
00:35:54,917 --> 00:35:58,000
Were after someone.
Ah you, ah you, well, hes not in here.

368
00:35:58,125 --> 00:36:01,333
Yes, well, his name is Siward.
Yeah, well, theres lots of Siwards.

369
00:36:01,583 --> 00:36:04,750
This ones a thief.
With one eye.

370
00:36:04,833 --> 00:36:08,083
Ah! Young feller?

371
00:36:08,208 --> 00:36:09,667
Thats him, thats the one.

372
00:36:09,792 --> 00:36:13,417
Siward, eh? And youre after him.

373
00:36:14,875 --> 00:36:18,125
Well, you see this little lot here, dont you?
Yeah, what about it?

374
00:36:18,250 --> 00:36:21,458
Yeah, well, he did that just before they caught him.

375
00:36:24,167 --> 00:36:25,833
Who caught him?

376
00:36:26,167 --> 00:36:28,000
Thats why Im still working.

377
00:36:28,542 --> 00:36:30,083
Ive got no stock, have I?

378
00:36:30,208 --> 00:36:32,833
Who caught him?
Doesnt help me though?

379
00:36:32,917 --> 00:36:35,500
I mean I dont get any compensation, do I?

380
00:36:35,625 --> 00:36:37,292
Who caught him?

381
00:36:37,583 --> 00:36:40,125
Soldiers. Took him to the Sheriff.

382
00:36:41,667 --> 00:36:43,125
Well, thats us done, innit?

383
00:36:43,667 --> 00:36:45,750
Well never get into the castle!

384
00:36:48,750 --> 00:36:50,542
Aint there.

385
00:36:52,292 --> 00:36:54,167
Who aint?
The Sheriff.

386
00:36:54,250 --> 00:36:56,792
Look, Ive got a lot of work to do!

387
00:36:57,083 --> 00:36:59,792
Well, where is he then?
Hes on his tour, isnt he?

388
00:36:59,917 --> 00:37:01,458
Touring the county.

389
00:37:01,583 --> 00:37:06,167
Of course, he does it every year.
Yeah, making sure we all pay our taxes.

390
00:37:06,458 --> 00:37:08,333
He could be anywhere.

391
00:37:08,667 --> 00:37:10,333
Leaford.

392
00:37:11,583 --> 00:37:15,542
Leaford Grange?
Yeah. So Im told, dyou know it?

393
00:37:15,625 --> 00:37:18,833
Hmm, I should. I was born there.

394
00:37:18,958 --> 00:37:20,750
What, Sir Richards old place?

395
00:37:21,458 --> 00:37:23,958
Yes, he was my father.

396
00:37:24,500 --> 00:37:27,292
It was our home until he was killed in the crusades.

397
00:37:28,250 --> 00:37:30,500
Then they made me Abbot Hugos ward

398
00:37:30,833 --> 00:37:32,833
and the Church took everything.

399
00:37:34,167 --> 00:37:35,750
I know every inch of it.

400
00:37:35,833 --> 00:37:37,833
Where would they put Siward?

401
00:37:38,542 --> 00:37:40,292
In the cellars, I should think.

402
00:37:41,250 --> 00:37:43,667
Caves in the rock underneath the grange.

403
00:37:43,750 --> 00:37:47,292
Theres a courtyard to one side of the main gate.

404
00:37:47,417 --> 00:37:48,750
If we can get into that,

405
00:37:48,875 --> 00:37:51,333
we can get over the wall without being seen.

406
00:37:58,750 --> 00:38:01,042
Good evening, friends!

407
00:38:04,917 --> 00:38:07,000
A cold night.

408
00:38:07,083 --> 00:38:09,167
Looks like theres a storm coming.

409
00:40:06,458 --> 00:40:08,208
Guards!

410
00:40:28,417 --> 00:40:30,208
Follow me!

411
00:42:42,500 --> 00:42:44,917
What did you take, Siward?

412
00:44:12,708 --> 00:44:14,375
Close those gates!

413
00:46:40,833 --> 00:46:42,583
Let him go!

414
00:46:54,583 --> 00:46:56,167
Let him go! Let him go!

415
00:46:57,167 --> 00:46:58,833
Let him go!

416
00:46:59,167 --> 00:47:00,625
Back!

417
00:47:00,750 --> 00:47:02,500
What are you doing?

418
00:47:12,583 --> 00:47:15,625
Back!
What are you doing?

419
00:47:19,500 --> 00:47:20,917
Let him go!

420
00:47:24,667 --> 00:47:26,583
Silence!

421
00:47:27,083 --> 00:47:29,167
Or Ill burn this village!

422
00:47:32,917 --> 00:47:35,208
So he didnt come?

423
00:47:35,333 --> 00:47:37,917
He will, he will, sir.

424
00:47:38,000 --> 00:47:39,375
I know he will.

425
00:47:39,500 --> 00:47:41,167
Youre better dead.

426
00:47:41,458 --> 00:47:43,250
Hell come!

427
00:47:44,167 --> 00:47:46,250
Robin! Robin!

428
00:47:46,750 --> 00:47:48,250
Back!

429
00:47:48,833 --> 00:47:50,333
Let him go!

430
00:47:51,333 --> 00:47:53,542
Let him go! Let him go!

431
00:47:55,917 --> 00:47:58,000
Will I feel it?

432
00:47:58,542 --> 00:48:00,500
Does death hurt?

433
00:48:04,667 --> 00:48:06,750
Robin! Robin!

434
00:48:07,083 --> 00:48:09,375
Let him go!
Robin!

435
00:48:16,583 --> 00:48:19,083
They said youd let me die.

436
00:48:19,375 --> 00:48:21,333
They said youd let me die.

437
00:48:21,667 --> 00:48:25,000
But I knew youd come! I knew youd come!

438
00:48:27,708 --> 00:48:30,000
Youll pay for that! You will pay dearly! [in French]

439
00:48:46,333 --> 00:48:48,333
You have my sword.

440
00:48:48,417 --> 00:48:50,083
Yours?

441
00:48:50,208 --> 00:48:52,500
You thief!

442
00:48:52,583 --> 00:48:54,500
Get out of my sight!

443
00:48:55,000 --> 00:48:58,250
Evil to him who thinks evil!

444
00:50:05,333 --> 00:50:07,292
Beau Séant!

445
00:50:45,917 --> 00:50:47,917
Nasir! No!

446
00:50:56,250 --> 00:50:58,333
You have my sword.

447
00:51:12,500 --> 00:51:14,917
Thatll pay the village tithes and taxes.

448
00:51:16,458 --> 00:51:18,417
Go on, melt it down!

449
00:51:18,667 --> 00:51:23,167
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