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Tell me, why do they call you Little John?

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Any further orders, my lord?
No.

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Ah. Isnt there a Hundred Court tomorrow?

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Yes, my lord. At Wickham.

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Apparently a man called Gerveys

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is buying corn before it comes to market.

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And the Bailiffs losing his custom.

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Deal with it, will you?
Yes, my lord.

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Shall I hang him?
No, Gisburne!

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A public flogging will do.

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Im going to bed.

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Is he really as handsome as they say?

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Who?
Robin Hood ocourse.

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Theres ever so many stories about him.

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They say he talks to spirits.

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And some people say hes Herne the Hunters son.

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They even say he can make himself invisible.

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We all can.

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Get away!
Thats why they cant catch us.

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Is it?
Would I lie to you, Meg?

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Go on then!

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What?
Make yourself invisible!

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Oh, I cant do that.
Why not?

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Youve got to be in the forest. You cant do it anywhere else.

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If I lived in the forest, could I do it too?

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Id have to teach you!

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Thatd be nice!

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Fishing?

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At night?
Best time, he said.

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So was he fishing the night before?
Dunno.

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Didnt catch many.

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An if I did live in the forest,

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would you marry me?

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Go on. Say you would. Just say it.

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I would.

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An wed jump through the fire at midnight

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with flowers in our hair.

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Wouldnt we?

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Go on. Say we would.

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Course, we would.

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Is everybody dead?

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Get up, you scum!

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You miserable cattle.

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Gisburne!

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Is this how you serve your master?

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Lying in bed with the sun up?

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The man Gerveys. Is he here?
Yes, my lord.

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Fetch him!

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Well, come on then! Fetch Gerveys!

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God in heaven, what a bunch of half-wits!

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Wolfshead! After him!

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Morning, John!

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No, let em live!

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But theyre Gisburnes men.
Leave em, Will.

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Whereve you been anyway?

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Fishing.

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What, in Wickham?

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And a hundred apiece for Sedgely, Wallington and Maybury.

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Theres not enough.
Not nearly enough.

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Theres tallage, scutage,

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the Saladin tithe, King Richards ransom.

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Wheres all the fish, John?

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I dropped them.

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Gisburne and his men were chasing im.
Where?

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Um... um...

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Wickham!

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Now what were you doing there?

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Fishing!

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Whats her name, John?

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Meg.

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Did they see you with her?
Who?

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The soldiers.
No! Of course, not!

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Well, its just as well, isnt it?

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Now, dont do it again!
Why shouldnt I?

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Because you can vanish into Sherwood

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and the people of Wickham cant!

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Now its them wholl suffer, not you!

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I didnt think, did I?

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No, you didnt!

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Come on, come on then! Whos next?

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Im going.
Ah!

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A little flower for watering.

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Yes. Right.

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Come on then, come on!

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Ah!

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Another one for a ducking!

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Right then, Tuck!

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Youre wasting your time.
You reckon?

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Yeah.

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My heart is heavy as a stone,

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My tears they fall like rain,

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For she who was my own true love

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Ill never see again, again.

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Ill ne...
Maybe shes heard you singing?

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Let me pass.
Not till youve paid us.

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Paid you for what?
Disturbing the peace.

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And frightening the birds.
Get off!

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Your purse!

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Its empty.
Ill be judge of that.

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Hes right, its empty.

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I gave all I had for my steed.

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Steed?
His horse.

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Oh, I know.

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I am a minstrel.
Well, that accounts for it.

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Accounts for what?
The bad voice and the empty purse.

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Whats your name, lad?

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They call me Alan a Dale.

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Well, Alan a Dale, on your way.

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Youve nothing to fear from us.

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Come on! Come on!

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Where are you going?

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Nottingham.

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To seek your fortune?

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To kill the Sheriff!

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Hang on there, Alan!

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To kill the Sheriff? How are you going to do that?

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With my trusty sword!
Trusty sword?

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My fate awaits me in Nottingham.

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The world has become an empty place.

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And life is merely the echo of mocking laughter.

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Im not surprised!

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Why dyou want to kill the Sheriff?

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Have you seen an innocent flower

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mercilessly crushed in a mailed fist?

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Hes right round the maypole!

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To save the lady of my heart I would ride through fire!

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What, on that horse?

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He means to marry her!

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Marry?
What, the Sheriff?

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Hell never marry!
He hates women!

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Its Mildred.

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Oh, Mildred!

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Who is Mildred?

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Mildred de Bracy. The Barons daughter.

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Youre aiming a bit high for a minstrel, arent you?

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Amor vincit omnia!

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Amor vincit omnia? Dont you believe it?

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Whats that mean?
Love conquers all things.

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Yeah, well, I said he was mad, didnt I?

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Vanished?
Thats what they said, my lord.

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And you believe them?
No, my lord.

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I had them whipped.

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You searched the village?
Yes, my lord.

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And found nothing?
Nothing, my lord.

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And nobody had seen him, I suppose?

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No, my lord.

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My lord, I suggest we drive them all into the forest

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and burn Wickham to the ground!

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As an example, my lord.

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As an example of what? Mmm?

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Ill tell you, Gisburne, shall I?

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Since youre obviously incapable of answering my question.

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As an example of your stupidity!

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An example of your ignorance!

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An example of your total inability

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to control the people of Sherwood

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and to destroy the power of Robin Hood!

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Leave me alone!

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Those people are my property!

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The fields they work are my fields!

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And your masterly plan is to drive them into the forest

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to join up with that wolfshead!

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Give me a towel!

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A fine, Gisburne.

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A heavy fine.

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A hundred pence from every man.

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The value of six months work.

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Rub me dry!

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Harder, Gisburne!

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And at the same time Ill double my reward

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for every outlaw brought in to Nottingham

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dead or alive.

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The way to a mans obedience is through his pocket!

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Baron de Bracys son-in-law!

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Why on earth did I agree to be united in the

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unholy bonds of matrimony with a

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pansy-faced sixteen-year old virgin?

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Thats if she still is a virgin, of course.

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Dyou think its worth the money, Gisburne?

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Could it possibly be worth ten thousand marks?

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Why dont you answer?
I assume the question was rhetorical, my lord.

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Never assume anything, Gisburne.

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Except an occasional air of intelligence.

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Well, youd better go and fetch her, hadnt you?

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And that ghastly man whos supposed to have fathered her.

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Well, thats a matter of some doubt

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considering the amount of time

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he spends riding around on horseback, huh?

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Well, you should get on famously together.

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All he ever talks about is halters and harnesses.

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No wonder his coat of arms is a rampant boar.

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And when will the ceremony take place, my lord?

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When Im drunk enough to go through with it.

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Good night, Gisburne!

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I was minstrel to de Bracy.

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But he had no love for music.

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Only for the clash of steel.

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His time was spent fighting in tournaments.

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Yours spent singing to Mildred.

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She was lonely.
And a bit deaf.

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We fell in love.
And then one day the tournament finished early.

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How dyou know?
Its an old tale, Alan.

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He found us together and an insane rage siezed him.

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He mustve lost the tournament!

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I was dismissed.

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Oh, you were lucky not to be dismembered, lad.

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How old is she, Alan?

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Sixteen.
Alan.

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Lifes not a love-song.

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Youd better forget her.
Dont be so heartless! How can he?

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Well, its fairly simple, Marion.

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I mean hes a minstrel and shes a Barons daughter.

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What sort of life would she have with the Sheriff?

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A caged dove.

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A tethered deer.
Hes off again!

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Hes marrying her to form an alliance with de Bracy!

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But think of the dowry!

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Whats the going rate for a Barons daughter?

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Well worth having, I should think.

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Money and power. Thats what hes marrying.

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Whens the wedding, Alan?
As soon as shes brought to Nottingham.

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What about the dowry? Could be worth a fortune!

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Solve everybodys problem!

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Think of the girl!

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Hmm. Tempting, isnt it?

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Oh!

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Gisburne!

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Gisburne! Gisburne! That way!
Where?

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Over that way! The Grimston road!
Where?

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Hes going to fetch Mildred and the Baron.
How long will it take him to get there?

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Hell be there by nightfall.

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Hell start back in the morning, wont he?
Well, yes.

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Thats when well get Mildred!

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Gisburne!
Halt!

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Move aside!

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Leave the girl and the wagon, Gisburne!

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And ride on to Nottingham with your men.

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Its Robin Hood.

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Times running out, Gisburne!

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Dyou think you can hit him from here?

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Wait for my signal.

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Dyou think Im a fool? Why should I trust a wolfshead?

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Because youre going to have to!

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Now!

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Youre a sitting duck, Gisburne!

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No!

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Alan!
Mildred!

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Youre meant to shoot at him!

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Hes getting away!
After him, after him!

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Its Robin Hood!

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Quickly! Come on!

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Shoot at him!

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Shoot at him, you fools!

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You cross-eyed idiots!

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Gisburne!

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Stop playing around in the mud and come up here!

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You look like a decaying dung-heap!

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Keep down wind of me for the love of Christ!

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Lady Mildred.

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Wheres the Baron? And where are your men?

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The Baron was wounded in a tournament, my lord.

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Hes taken to his bed.

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And your men, Gisburne?

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00:25:35,083 --> 00:25:36,958
Have they taken to their beds as well?

265
00:25:37,083 --> 00:25:39,167
We were attacked by outlaws!

266
00:25:39,333 --> 00:25:41,125
That devil pursued me!

267
00:25:41,250 --> 00:25:43,000
A devil, is he?

268
00:25:43,333 --> 00:25:45,417
All I saw was a ragged wolfshead,

269
00:25:45,500 --> 00:25:47,667
whom you seemed quite incapable of killing.

270
00:25:48,917 --> 00:25:51,667
The outlaws captured the wagon, my lord.

271
00:25:51,750 --> 00:25:54,458
Obviously.
But the dowry!

272
00:25:54,583 --> 00:25:56,333
Safe in Nottingham.

273
00:25:57,083 --> 00:26:01,125
Ten thousand marks. They came via Newark.

274
00:26:02,083 --> 00:26:04,333
A little arrangement I made with your father.

275
00:26:05,833 --> 00:26:09,333
Just as well as it turned out, eh, Gisburne?

276
00:26:18,500 --> 00:26:20,500
Oh, theyve really tricked us this time, hadnt they?

277
00:26:21,667 --> 00:26:23,833
Theyve really made fools out othe lot of us!

278
00:26:23,917 --> 00:26:25,500
They must have taken the bride money into Nottingham

279
00:26:25,625 --> 00:26:27,792
another way.
Well, of course, they did!

280
00:26:37,375 --> 00:26:40,083
We can forget it.
And what about the girl?

281
00:26:40,167 --> 00:26:42,167
Do we forget her as well?

282
00:26:45,083 --> 00:26:47,167
What else can we do?

283
00:26:49,250 --> 00:26:51,000
There must be a way!

284
00:26:51,833 --> 00:26:53,083
Must be!

285
00:26:54,458 --> 00:26:56,667
Get into Nottingham?

286
00:26:56,750 --> 00:26:58,625
Youd need an army!

287
00:27:00,917 --> 00:27:04,750
What is it?
A girl. Coming this way! Shes on her own.

288
00:27:05,833 --> 00:27:07,583
Who could it be?

289
00:27:08,417 --> 00:27:10,583
Johns fish, I should think.

290
00:27:14,167 --> 00:27:16,750
Meg! Meg! What are you doing here?

291
00:27:19,750 --> 00:27:22,917
What is it, Meg? Whats the matter? Come on!

292
00:27:23,333 --> 00:27:25,000
Come on, come on!

293
00:27:26,542 --> 00:27:28,625
What is it?

294
00:27:29,750 --> 00:27:32,167
A hundred?
From every villager.

295
00:27:32,500 --> 00:27:34,583
I told you, didnt I?

296
00:27:34,667 --> 00:27:36,958
Well, I couldnt tell them it was because...

297
00:27:38,500 --> 00:27:40,417
because o me.

298
00:27:40,500 --> 00:27:42,917
Oh, you will help them, wont you?

299
00:27:43,083 --> 00:27:45,833
Youll get your money.
Yeah, of course, she will.

300
00:27:46,125 --> 00:27:47,792
Its waiting for us, isnt it?

301
00:27:47,917 --> 00:27:49,875
In Nottingham Castle?

302
00:27:50,417 --> 00:27:52,917
My life is over!

303
00:27:54,458 --> 00:27:56,542
My heart is broken!

304
00:27:58,750 --> 00:28:01,542
Bury me here in the green wood!

305
00:28:03,000 --> 00:28:05,583
Im beginning to think you enjoy it!

306
00:28:15,167 --> 00:28:17,375
Why arent you eating?

307
00:28:18,333 --> 00:28:20,083
Ive no appetite.

308
00:28:20,167 --> 00:28:22,083
No appetite.

309
00:28:22,583 --> 00:28:25,000
No appetite for anything, have you!

310
00:28:26,667 --> 00:28:29,250
Oh, look at her!

311
00:28:32,250 --> 00:28:35,292
Any mention of our forthcoming nuptials

312
00:28:35,417 --> 00:28:38,208
and she positively overflows.

313
00:28:39,458 --> 00:28:41,958
God knows where it all comes from.

314
00:28:42,250 --> 00:28:44,458
Will there be many guests, my lord?

315
00:28:44,583 --> 00:28:48,500
Its a wedding, Gisburne, not a celebration.

316
00:28:49,750 --> 00:28:52,083
Oh, I made a list of guests.

317
00:28:52,583 --> 00:28:54,667
But then, after Id read them,

318
00:28:54,750 --> 00:28:56,958
I started crossing em off,

319
00:28:57,250 --> 00:29:00,583
and I went on crossing em off until there was nobody left.

320
00:29:02,792 --> 00:29:04,667
Shut up!

321
00:29:05,833 --> 00:29:08,208
Fortunately most of my relations

322
00:29:08,333 --> 00:29:10,292
are either dead or living in Normandy.

323
00:29:10,417 --> 00:29:12,167
Which amounts to the same thing.

324
00:29:12,250 --> 00:29:14,250
And the Abbot Hugo, my lord?

325
00:29:14,333 --> 00:29:16,417
My dear brother

326
00:29:17,167 --> 00:29:19,167
has had a sudden

327
00:29:19,250 --> 00:29:22,667
and totally uncharacteristic surge of piety

328
00:29:23,208 --> 00:29:26,125
and hurried off on a pilgrimage to Walsingham.

329
00:29:27,500 --> 00:29:30,083
Thus saving both his soul

330
00:29:30,417 --> 00:29:34,042
and the necessity of providing me with a wedding present.

331
00:29:36,958 --> 00:29:39,333
What is it?
Theres a girl from Wickham, my lord.

332
00:29:39,458 --> 00:29:41,333
She begs to see you.

333
00:29:41,833 --> 00:29:44,458
One of your little mistakes, is it, Gisburne?

334
00:29:45,917 --> 00:29:47,583
Bring her here!

335
00:29:50,417 --> 00:29:52,083
What dyou want?

336
00:29:52,167 --> 00:29:54,333
Im Meg of Wickham, my lord.

337
00:29:54,458 --> 00:29:57,167
The village where the outlaw was seen.

338
00:29:57,250 --> 00:29:58,542
Well?

339
00:29:58,667 --> 00:30:03,083
Well, its about them, the outlaws, Ive come, my lord.

340
00:30:03,625 --> 00:30:05,917
I can help you catch them. All of them.

341
00:30:06,000 --> 00:30:08,625
How?
Shut up, Gisburne!

342
00:30:09,333 --> 00:30:11,125
Im listening.

343
00:30:12,250 --> 00:30:14,042
If...

344
00:30:14,667 --> 00:30:17,375
If you would pardon the village, my lord, then I could...

345
00:30:17,500 --> 00:30:18,917
If?

346
00:30:19,250 --> 00:30:20,708
If?

347
00:30:21,125 --> 00:30:24,250
I dont make bargains with scum like you!

348
00:30:26,000 --> 00:30:30,167
Oh, God! Not another snivelling female!

349
00:30:30,833 --> 00:30:33,417
Stop howling, woman!

350
00:30:33,625 --> 00:30:35,917
Or Ill give you something to howl about.

351
00:30:41,833 --> 00:30:43,417
Now then,

352
00:30:43,750 --> 00:30:46,125
whether I pardon the village or not

353
00:30:46,250 --> 00:30:49,667
would depend on exactly what you have to tell me,

354
00:30:50,167 --> 00:30:51,750
wouldnt it?

355
00:30:52,792 --> 00:30:56,542
You can catch them all, my lord, tomorrow.

356
00:30:56,667 --> 00:31:01,000
Tomorrow? But Im getting married tomorrow.

357
00:31:01,125 --> 00:31:03,750
Oh, and I wish you joy, my lord!

358
00:31:05,167 --> 00:31:08,417
Theyre coming here, to the castle.

359
00:31:14,250 --> 00:31:16,000
Who told you this fable?

360
00:31:16,125 --> 00:31:19,042
Its true! I heard them in the forest!

361
00:31:20,417 --> 00:31:22,167
Get out!
But, my lord...

362
00:31:22,250 --> 00:31:25,167
Guard! Throw this lying bitch out!

363
00:31:25,292 --> 00:31:27,792
Its the truth! Im telling you the truth!

364
00:31:28,750 --> 00:31:31,750
Oh, put me down, will you! I swear its the truth!

365
00:31:31,833 --> 00:31:34,042
Put me down, you brutes!

366
00:31:34,167 --> 00:31:36,542
Let go of me!
How very amusing!

367
00:31:36,667 --> 00:31:38,833
Suppose its the truth, my lord.

368
00:31:38,917 --> 00:31:40,833
I hope it is, Gisburne,

369
00:31:41,125 --> 00:31:43,625
because well be ready for them.

370
00:31:44,875 --> 00:31:47,250
Wont we?
But the wedding?

371
00:31:47,375 --> 00:31:49,333
The wedding will proceed.

372
00:31:50,083 --> 00:31:53,625
How can I possibly disappoint my bride?

373
00:31:53,917 --> 00:31:57,250
Shes so looking forward to it!

374
00:31:57,375 --> 00:32:00,583
Arent you, Mildred?

375
00:32:04,667 --> 00:32:07,583
And if you can actually keep him here, Gisburne,

376
00:32:08,083 --> 00:32:12,250
the capture of Robin Hood would be a fine feather in your cap.

377
00:32:12,583 --> 00:32:15,417
And an excellent wedding present.

378
00:32:16,958 --> 00:32:19,250
May I retire, my lord?

379
00:32:19,875 --> 00:32:21,750
Certainly, you may.

380
00:32:22,917 --> 00:32:25,583
Escort her to her chamber, will you?

381
00:32:27,667 --> 00:32:29,875
Sleep well, my dear!

382
00:32:30,833 --> 00:32:35,417
Dream of tomorrows consummation.

383
00:32:40,417 --> 00:32:43,333
And Gisburne.
Yes, my lord?

384
00:32:43,417 --> 00:32:45,833
Alert your men.

385
00:33:08,917 --> 00:33:10,583
Right.

386
00:33:10,917 --> 00:33:12,917
So far so good.

387
00:33:13,333 --> 00:33:14,875
Now.

388
00:33:15,500 --> 00:33:17,917
Marion and Much will drive the cart.

389
00:33:20,083 --> 00:33:22,917
Now, Tuck, whos likely to marry them?

390
00:33:23,333 --> 00:33:24,875
Well, it wont be Abbot Hugo.

391
00:33:25,000 --> 00:33:28,750
He was on his way to Walsingham, when we robbed him.

392
00:33:29,042 --> 00:33:31,958
Itll probably be a priest from Saint Johns, I reckon.

393
00:33:32,917 --> 00:33:34,875
Then wed better meet him.

394
00:33:35,500 --> 00:33:37,792
Give me my trusty sword!

395
00:33:40,167 --> 00:33:42,167
Forward, men!

396
00:33:44,875 --> 00:33:47,375
Ill murder the swine!

397
00:34:03,042 --> 00:34:06,000
Plurimi, you fool!

398
00:34:20,125 --> 00:34:23,333
Im a glorified clerk, do you realise that?

399
00:34:36,333 --> 00:34:39,667
Stop that, Much, come on. Take this to Marion.

400
00:34:43,333 --> 00:34:44,625
Marion.

401
00:34:50,125 --> 00:34:52,917
Here, put this on.
Ill never get away with it!

402
00:34:53,458 --> 00:34:56,875
Think of Mildred.
But Ive never married anyone!

403
00:34:57,292 --> 00:35:00,833
Cant you do it?
Look, the Sheriff knows me, you fool!

404
00:35:00,958 --> 00:35:03,625
Besides if I married them they really would be married.

405
00:35:03,792 --> 00:35:05,500
Even if I crossed my fingers.

406
00:35:05,625 --> 00:35:08,000
If you do it, it wont count.

407
00:35:08,083 --> 00:35:11,542
Alan, it wont get that far. I hope.

408
00:35:11,667 --> 00:35:14,875
Here, mumble over that.
Can he read?

409
00:35:15,000 --> 00:35:16,958
He doesnt have to. Half the real priests cant.

410
00:35:17,083 --> 00:35:19,750
I cant stop shaking.
Alan.

411
00:35:20,167 --> 00:35:23,000
Youre a young priest. Its your first wedding.

412
00:35:23,083 --> 00:35:27,250
And maybe your last.
Will! Thank you.

413
00:35:27,375 --> 00:35:29,042
Come on, Tuck. To the cart.

414
00:35:32,667 --> 00:35:35,167
Im glad youre losing weight.

415
00:36:00,417 --> 00:36:04,375
As you all know, today sees the marriage of your master,

416
00:36:04,500 --> 00:36:07,500
Lord Robert de Rainault, High Sheriff of Nottingham,

417
00:36:07,625 --> 00:36:10,125
to the Lady Mildred de Bracy,

418
00:36:10,208 --> 00:36:12,833
youngest daughter of the Baron de Bracy.

419
00:36:13,750 --> 00:36:17,083
After the ceremony is over on a signal from me

420
00:36:17,208 --> 00:36:19,792
you will all cheer. Understood?

421
00:36:21,042 --> 00:36:24,458
Well try one now. Are you ready?

422
00:36:24,583 --> 00:36:28,125
Deep breath. Cheer!
Hey!

423
00:36:29,583 --> 00:36:31,958
Youll try that again.

424
00:36:32,208 --> 00:36:34,625
On the command Cheer...

425
00:36:34,750 --> 00:36:37,458
Cheer!
Hey!

426
00:36:38,208 --> 00:36:41,875
Are you trying to be funny, Gisburne?

427
00:36:44,708 --> 00:36:47,500
Is there any sign of the priest?
No, my lord.

428
00:36:47,625 --> 00:36:50,333
Nor the outlaws.

429
00:36:50,542 --> 00:36:54,583
Is everyone alert and ready?
Yes, my lord.

430
00:36:55,542 --> 00:36:57,833
Well, put them back in their little box, Gisburne,

431
00:36:57,917 --> 00:36:59,792
or do something with them!

432
00:37:01,042 --> 00:37:02,833
Take up your positions!

433
00:38:34,583 --> 00:38:36,417
Where is Father Giraldus?

434
00:38:36,750 --> 00:38:39,250
I am the bearer of bad tidings, my lord.

435
00:38:39,792 --> 00:38:41,333
I have been sent in his place.

436
00:38:41,458 --> 00:38:44,458
What bad tidings?
Hes sick, my lord.

437
00:38:44,542 --> 00:38:47,458
But he was here only two days ago. He dined with the Sheriff.

438
00:38:48,000 --> 00:38:50,917
Indeed he did, my lord. Indeed he did.

439
00:38:51,000 --> 00:38:53,208
And mores the pity.

440
00:38:53,417 --> 00:38:55,625
What on earth dyou mean?

441
00:38:56,125 --> 00:38:58,625
Oh his return to the church

442
00:38:58,708 --> 00:39:01,958
he was seized with the most dreadful pains.

443
00:39:02,875 --> 00:39:06,958
Vehement gripings in the bowels all through Evensong.

444
00:39:07,917 --> 00:39:11,042
A most unseasonable sweat all over his body.

445
00:39:12,083 --> 00:39:14,375
A loud singing in the ears.

446
00:39:14,667 --> 00:39:18,833
And a fearful trembling in the limbs...
You think it was something he ate?

447
00:39:20,167 --> 00:39:23,292
I fear so, my lord. I fear so.

448
00:39:23,417 --> 00:39:25,958
And purging has had no effect.

449
00:39:26,250 --> 00:39:28,875
Hmm. Probably the pork.

450
00:39:29,042 --> 00:39:30,917
Still cant be helped, I suppose.

451
00:39:31,333 --> 00:39:33,292
And you are...?

452
00:39:36,042 --> 00:39:38,208
Father Matthew, my lord.

453
00:39:38,292 --> 00:39:39,958
Father Matthew?

454
00:39:40,083 --> 00:39:42,458
Well, Id better tell the Sheriff.

455
00:40:07,167 --> 00:40:09,792
Stop, old girl! What have you got there then, sister?

456
00:40:09,875 --> 00:40:13,000
Oh, hay for the stables. And a gift of honey for the Sheriff

457
00:40:13,125 --> 00:40:14,792
from the villagers of Wickham and Maybury.

458
00:40:14,875 --> 00:40:16,875
Honey, is it?

459
00:40:16,958 --> 00:40:18,958
Weve news of Robin Hood!
What news?

460
00:40:19,042 --> 00:40:20,375
We saw him!
Where?

461
00:40:20,500 --> 00:40:23,292
Back there, down the road! Didnt we, sister?

462
00:40:23,417 --> 00:40:25,500
Coming out of Sherwood they were!

463
00:40:26,042 --> 00:40:27,875
Go on then.

464
00:40:33,708 --> 00:40:35,125
Thats the easy bit.

465
00:40:35,208 --> 00:40:38,417
Oh, move over, Tuck.
I cant help it, can I?

466
00:40:38,542 --> 00:40:40,708
Shut up, were nearly there up!

467
00:41:14,542 --> 00:41:17,083
The Sheriff is waiting, my lady.

468
00:41:23,625 --> 00:41:27,708
I said, the Sheriff is waiting.

469
00:41:28,625 --> 00:41:31,042
Let him wait!

470
00:41:42,292 --> 00:41:44,250
Oh, Ill obey him!

471
00:41:45,083 --> 00:41:47,583
Thats what Im here for, isnt it?

472
00:41:55,500 --> 00:41:57,583
I shant weep.

473
00:42:04,375 --> 00:42:06,958
Someone once told me

474
00:42:07,875 --> 00:42:10,500
that he loved me.

475
00:42:12,167 --> 00:42:15,167
Not the Baron de Bracys daughter

476
00:42:15,792 --> 00:42:17,792
or her dowry.

477
00:42:25,833 --> 00:42:28,625
But me.

478
00:42:42,375 --> 00:42:45,375
And Ill never forget him!

479
00:43:31,333 --> 00:43:34,958
In the name of the Father and the Son [in Latin]

480
00:43:35,500 --> 00:43:37,583
and the Holit Spiry. [in Latin]

481
00:43:38,000 --> 00:43:41,208
You bless us at the end of the ceremony!

482
00:43:51,750 --> 00:43:53,833
I charge you,

483
00:43:56,458 --> 00:43:59,333
if you know any reason,

484
00:44:00,625 --> 00:44:02,708
any reason,

485
00:44:02,792 --> 00:44:04,875
why you...

486
00:44:04,958 --> 00:44:07,667
why you should not be joined in wedlock...

487
00:44:09,875 --> 00:44:11,833
Get on with it, man!

488
00:44:14,458 --> 00:44:17,042
...to speak now

489
00:44:17,167 --> 00:44:19,125
or from this moment

490
00:44:20,500 --> 00:44:25,375
remain forever silent.

491
00:44:31,542 --> 00:44:34,042
Ah. Let us pray.

492
00:44:57,583 --> 00:45:00,500
Are we to remain silent for ever?

493
00:45:03,208 --> 00:45:05,500
Will you

494
00:45:05,625 --> 00:45:07,292
have this woman

495
00:45:07,375 --> 00:45:09,542
to be your wedded wife

496
00:45:11,125 --> 00:45:15,083
and live under Gods holy law

497
00:45:16,042 --> 00:45:18,042
cleaving her to you

498
00:45:19,542 --> 00:45:21,542
in sickness and in health?

499
00:45:25,292 --> 00:45:27,458
So...

500
00:45:28,625 --> 00:45:30,708
So long as...

501
00:45:34,958 --> 00:45:36,875
So... so...

502
00:45:37,708 --> 00:45:39,875
So long as you both shall live.

503
00:45:39,958 --> 00:45:42,583
Good God, man, I know it better that you do! I will!

504
00:45:48,625 --> 00:45:51,042
Will you

505
00:45:51,542 --> 00:45:53,833
have this man

506
00:45:54,542 --> 00:45:56,750
to be your wedded husband...

507
00:45:59,250 --> 00:46:02,292
in sickness and in health...

508
00:46:12,875 --> 00:46:14,667
Outlaws!

509
00:46:14,792 --> 00:46:16,458
My lord Sheriff, outlaws!

510
00:46:16,542 --> 00:46:18,125
In the castle grounds!
Come on!

511
00:46:18,417 --> 00:46:19,792
Hundreds of em!

512
00:46:19,875 --> 00:46:22,583
Some of you up there! Rest of you with me!

513
00:46:28,208 --> 00:46:29,875
Dont move!

514
00:46:32,167 --> 00:46:35,292
Will! The doors, Will, the doors!

515
00:46:46,542 --> 00:46:49,542
Out you get, Much! Marion, Marion, quick, quick!

516
00:46:51,458 --> 00:46:53,417
Come on, Much!

517
00:46:54,792 --> 00:46:56,875
The other one! Get the other one, Much!

518
00:46:56,958 --> 00:46:59,458
Hurry!
Come on, Tuck, get out!

519
00:47:01,958 --> 00:47:05,375
Hurry up with the cart, Marion!
Come on!

520
00:47:08,958 --> 00:47:10,792
Sorry about the wedding, Sheriff.

521
00:47:10,917 --> 00:47:12,583
Suppose youll have to find another bride.

522
00:47:12,708 --> 00:47:14,042
Marion!
Come on, back you come!

523
00:47:14,125 --> 00:47:15,708
Youll never get out of here alive!

524
00:47:15,792 --> 00:47:17,583
Ah, yes, well, well see about that, wont we!

525
00:47:17,708 --> 00:47:19,667
Much, come on!

526
00:47:20,917 --> 00:47:23,125
Pity, Giraldus couldnt come, wasnt it?

527
00:47:23,417 --> 00:47:26,333
You murderer!
Oh, no, no, no.

528
00:47:26,458 --> 00:47:29,125
No, hes in Sherwood. Ready for the real wedding!

529
00:47:29,542 --> 00:47:31,333
You lifting your weight, Tuck?

530
00:47:36,542 --> 00:47:38,625
Where are they?
Theres no sign of any of em, my lord!

531
00:47:38,708 --> 00:47:41,542
Back to the hall! You cover the main gate!

532
00:47:47,375 --> 00:47:49,250
Tuck, come on!

533
00:47:52,208 --> 00:47:53,708
Oh, more!

534
00:47:57,042 --> 00:47:58,833
Whats in it?

535
00:48:00,625 --> 00:48:02,875
Theyre coming back!
Alan!

536
00:48:05,083 --> 00:48:06,458
Alan!

537
00:48:08,292 --> 00:48:09,667
Alan!

538
00:48:10,292 --> 00:48:11,750
Gisburne!

539
00:48:11,875 --> 00:48:14,250
Get on the wagon back! Come on! John, move!

540
00:48:14,375 --> 00:48:15,917
Shift yourself, Tuck! Come on!

541
00:48:16,208 --> 00:48:17,875
Gisburne and his men!

542
00:48:18,000 --> 00:48:19,667
Come on, Nasir!

543
00:48:20,625 --> 00:48:22,375
Marion, come on!

544
00:48:26,458 --> 00:48:28,208
Get into the cart!

545
00:48:37,292 --> 00:48:38,458
Come on, Tuck!

546
00:48:49,375 --> 00:48:52,792
To love and cherish till death us do part.

547
00:48:53,208 --> 00:48:56,750
To love and to cherish till death us do part.

548
00:48:56,875 --> 00:48:59,667
And thereto I plight my troth.

549
00:49:03,958 --> 00:49:06,458
Whom God has joined together

550
00:49:06,542 --> 00:49:09,042
let no man put asunder.

551
00:49:09,125 --> 00:49:11,875
In the name of the Father and the Son [in Latin]

552
00:49:12,000 --> 00:49:13,625
and the Holy Spirit. [in Latin]

553
00:49:15,292 --> 00:49:16,958
Amen.

554
00:49:38,708 --> 00:49:41,333
Stones!
Hes done us again!

555
00:49:41,458 --> 00:49:45,375
No dowry!
Cunning bastard!

556
00:49:47,292 --> 00:49:50,375
Stones, my lord?
Yes, stones, Gisburne!

557
00:49:51,458 --> 00:49:54,250
God, there isnt an inch of me that isnt stung.

558
00:49:54,667 --> 00:49:56,625
But... but I dont understand!

559
00:49:56,750 --> 00:49:58,833
Well, you wouldnt, would you, Gisburne?

560
00:49:59,458 --> 00:50:01,333
Its just that I dont have the same belief

561
00:50:01,458 --> 00:50:03,625
in your ability to protect the castle as you have.

562
00:50:04,667 --> 00:50:06,750
And now I have the dowry

563
00:50:06,875 --> 00:50:09,875
and I havent had to marry that stupid girl.

564
00:50:10,375 --> 00:50:12,250
And the Baron thinks that Robin Hood has the money

565
00:50:12,333 --> 00:50:13,625
so he cant ask for it back.

566
00:50:14,250 --> 00:50:17,167
So its all turned out remarkably well, you see.

567
00:50:18,292 --> 00:50:20,625
Rub my back, Gisburne.

568
00:50:22,875 --> 00:50:25,083
Lower! Ah!

569
00:50:26,042 --> 00:50:27,792
Ah, the relief!

570
00:50:34,375 --> 00:50:36,542
What will they do now?

571
00:50:37,375 --> 00:50:39,375
Ah, theyll be all right. I mean theyve got each other,

572
00:50:39,500 --> 00:50:41,750
havent they?
Yes, we have.

573
00:50:42,708 --> 00:50:44,667
Money means nothing to me!

574
00:50:45,083 --> 00:50:47,792
I have a treasure beyond riches!

575
00:50:48,208 --> 00:50:50,292
Love conquers all things.

576
00:50:50,375 --> 00:50:52,583
Yeah, for the time being!

577
00:50:58,000 --> 00:51:00,500
But what about the villagers of Wickham?

578
00:51:08,542 --> 00:51:11,083
Its not much for what you did for us.

579
00:51:12,167 --> 00:51:14,667
Its more than enough for Wickham!

580
00:51:14,750 --> 00:51:18,625
We... We cant accept that.
The Sheriff gave it to me.

581
00:51:18,708 --> 00:51:20,708
I dont want it!

582
00:51:31,625 --> 00:51:34,250
Then long life and happiness to both of you!

583
00:51:34,500 --> 00:51:39,000
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