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So, you fight among yourselves?

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Theyre not my men.

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Youre outlaws?
Yes. But not cut-throats.

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Youve saved my life.
I wanted his.

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Why?

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Hes killed and robbed our people.

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Your people?

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The people of Sherwood.
Huh?

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You talk as if they belong to you.

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No man belongs to another.

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I can buy four Saracens

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in the slave markets of Narbonne with my horse.

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Youre talking gibberish, my friend.

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Well, heres a Saracen for you.

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Try buying him with a thousand horses.

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Peace be upon you. [in Arabic]

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Peace be upon you too. [in Arabic]

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Herne protect us.
Herne protect us.

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King Richard!

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King Richard.
Aye.

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Whats your name, Sir Knight?

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Im the Chevalier Déguisé.

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Another fancy Frenchman!

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No. Im English.
With a name like that?

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Names tell you nothing.

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They tell me who my masters are.

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If theyre English, why dont they speak it?

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Whatever they speak they have made this country what it is.

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Ah, but made it their money box.
Thats right, John.

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They tax us to the hilt.

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And fight among themselves while we watch the cornfields burn.

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When King Richard returns...

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Pigsll fly.

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The ransom has been paid!

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Thats what they tell us.

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Half the nobles dont want him back.

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His brother John certainly doesnt.

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Its just another way to rob the poor.

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I tell you this...
Youll tell us nothing!

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Frenchman!

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Come on, come on, take me! Come on!

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Will.

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Will!

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Sit down.

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More meat?

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Thank you.

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Much! Much.

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Some more ale for our guest.

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Your guest? Or your prisoner?

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Our guest.
Aye.

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Tuck!

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Tuck!

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The tournaments of Sherwood, eh?

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To move without a sound.

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More than a game.

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Its, er... time to pay us, Sir Knight.

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Pay you?
For the meal.

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But you said I was your guest?

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And so you are. One of many.

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But theyve each had to pay.

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So much for your hospitality?

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No, er... so much for the venison.

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And so much for the ale.

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Dyou think I carry my money bags with me when I go hunting?

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What about his horse?
Oh, yeah.

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For a piece of venison?

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That piece of venison could hang the lot of us!

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So,

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if your horse is worth

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four men,

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then that piece of meat must be worth twice as much.

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Its not far to Nottingham.
Youll be there by nightfall.

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Itll give you a good appetite, wont it?

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Ill make a bargain with you.

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Single combat. Winner keeps the horse.

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Youre on.

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No, no, no. No bloodshed.

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A wrestling match.
Oh!

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Hes yours, Tuck.
Er... No, lad.

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Well.

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Why not?

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I need a horse.

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Oh, its John!

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Come on, John!

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Keep him moving, John.
Come on, John! Yeah!

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Come on, John!

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Keep him moving, John!

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John!

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Come on! Come on!

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Hold your ground!
End the game, John!

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Get out of him, John!
Push! Come on, John! Push!

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Come on!

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Yes, John! Oh!

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Come on!
Come on!

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Come on, John! Get it away!

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Push!
Come on, John! Push!

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First fall.

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Come on, John, come on!

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Lift him, John!

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Come on!
Push, John!

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Come on, John! Get out of him, John!

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Push, John!

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Come on, John!

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Come on! Push, John! Come on!

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Yes! Come on! Yes!

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Little John! Little John!
Get off, Much!

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One fall apiece, John.

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Come on, John!

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Come on, John! Come on, John!
Push, John, push!

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Come on, John! Push!

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Fight, John, fight!

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I ride to Nottingham!

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Who are you?

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Lion-heart!

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I want them alive, Mercadier!

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So,

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still in Germany am I?

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Still in prison?

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The nobles kept the ransom, did they?

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Pigs will fly when I return?

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Well, where are they? Nesting?

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My lord King...
Be silent in our presence!

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Yes, I was hunting.

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Hunting a young wolfshead called Robin Hood.

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In Normandy, in Anjou, in Aquitaine,

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even in Germany Ive heard the stories

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of you and the Sheriff using this forest,

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my forest,

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as your battleground!

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Oh yes, I have heard all about you.

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Your ambushes, your robberies, your tricks.

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I have heard enough

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to hang each one of you a dozen times over!

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Gods legs, youre a wild lad, Robin.

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But you saved the life of your King.

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And that wipes the slate clean.

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Lord Saladin is dead. [in Arabic]

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I made peace with him. [in Arabic]

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Peace be upon you, [in Arabic]

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Lord King Richard!

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Oh!

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You dine with me in Nottingham tonight!

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I wrestled with the King of England!

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Did you know he was the King, Robin?

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Wheres his crown? Has he lost it?

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No, Much.

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Shouldve worn it then, shouldnt he?

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Then wedve known who he was.

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Are you going to Nottingham?

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The slates wiped clean, he said so.

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I know what he said.

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What if he changes his mind?

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Hes pardoned you, Will!

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I trust very few people.

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Im lookin at all of em.

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Id die for each one oyou.

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But theres no way Im going to Nottingham.

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Lovely rosy apples!

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Robin! Robin!

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Apples and oranges! Apples and oranges!

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Rosy and white!

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Come on, get your sweetmeats and gingerbread!

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This way! Come on! Honey and gingerbread! Sweetmeats!

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Throw down your arms!

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Bow!

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And you!

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Bow!

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What are you doing?

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Bow!

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Bow!

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All Normandy east of the Seine?

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Except for Rouen.

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What else has my little brother John given away?

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Pardon me, my liege!

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Pardon me, my liege!
What is it, man?

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I bring a gift, my lord King.

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A gift, eh?

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Well, lets see it!

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The infamous wolfshead Robin Hood, my liege!

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And these men are some of his followers.

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The woman was the lord Abbot Hugos ward

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until this villain dishonoured her.

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Thats a lie!

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This renegade monk was the Sheriffs chaplain.

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They were creeping towards the castle when I ambushed them.

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An ambush, eh? Excellent!

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Did they intend to scale the castle walls

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and put us all to the sword?

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Or did they intend

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to surround us and lay siege to us?

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Hardly, my lord.
Hardly?

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Well what did they intend?

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Sire, I...

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Suppose I told you that I sent for them.

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Sent for them?
Sent for them, Gisburne!

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Demanded their presence here!

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But why should they come?

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Because I am the King of England!

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Untie them, boy!

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Thank you, boy.

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My lords!

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Unknown to you, I hunted in Sherwood today.

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Not as the King,

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but as the Chevalier Déguisé,

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the knight disguised.

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This man was my quarry.

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But when my life was threatened

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he proved himself my champion.

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I tell you, with two hundred men like this,

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I could have taken Jerusalem!

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Give em some food!

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Speak, man!

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Lord King,

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we thank you for your mercy!

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It is true we hunt the deer.

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But we cant live on grass.

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Those people we robbed

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had money by the sackful.

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The poor have nothing,

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not even their freedom!

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They have become like...
Well said!

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Well said!

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A man of the people, my lords.

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Not afraid to speak out

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against injustice and treachery!

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Eat! Eat!

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Ill never get over this.
Nor will the Sheriff by the look of him.

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Hes on shakey ground.

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Whys that?
Because he supported Count John.

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So did the Abbot.

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Run with the hare and hunt with the hounds.

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Aye, theyre all for Richard now.

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Youll see theyll buy their way back into favour.

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How can he let them?
Oh, hell let them.

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Wild men of the woods?

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They may look odd,

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but what fighters, Hubert, what fighters!

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I know the stories, sire.

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So do the people of England.

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I have pardoned them, Hubert.

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That makes them mine.

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The wolf has never served the lion, my liege.

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Hmm. This one will.

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King John?

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Oh, out!

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Look at those animals!

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Feeding at my table, at my expense!

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Youre lucky to be alive.

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You know, this was a deliberate humiliation.

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Yes.

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If youd told me a month ago that Robin Hood would be sitting...

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A month ago Richard was still a prisoner in Germany,

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and you were still Sheriff.

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More wine!

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Much!

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The King is asking for you.

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The King?

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Ah!

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How did we get here?

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They carried you.
Who carried us?

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The soldiers.
The soldiers?

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Is there any more water left in the bucket?

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Yes.

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Morning.

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The French have taken Neubourg.

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Probably Conches and Breteuil.

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What about Vermeuil?
Oh, no news.

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Itll hold.

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Will it hold for a month?
Youll need longer than that.

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Ah, Robin of Sherwood?

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Will you fight with me in Normandy?

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Normandy?

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Hes making the Abbot give you back your lands.

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And when the wars won well all be made wardens in Sherwood.

275
00:27:52,208 --> 00:27:53,750
But fighting in Normandy!

276
00:27:53,875 --> 00:27:55,958
But what about me? I wont go back to the Abbey.

277
00:27:56,042 --> 00:27:59,042
Well then be a Friar and live in the forest with us!

278
00:27:59,375 --> 00:28:00,833
Much.

279
00:28:01,125 --> 00:28:03,333
Go to Will and fetch him to Nottingham.

280
00:28:03,458 --> 00:28:05,417
Fetch him to Nottingham!

281
00:28:06,875 --> 00:28:10,000
Robin? What shall I tell him?

282
00:28:11,458 --> 00:28:13,458
Tell him were free.

283
00:28:13,542 --> 00:28:15,625
Tell him were fighting for the King!

284
00:28:15,708 --> 00:28:17,083
Right.

285
00:29:11,042 --> 00:29:14,167
Ranulf, Earl of Chester.

286
00:29:25,625 --> 00:29:29,292
Waleran, Earl of Warwick.

287
00:29:39,708 --> 00:29:44,792
Walter of Coutances, Archbishop of Rouen.

288
00:30:04,583 --> 00:30:07,500
I wouldnt trust any of this lot further than I could spit.

289
00:30:08,750 --> 00:30:12,917
William dAlbini, Earl of Arundel.

290
00:30:13,208 --> 00:30:14,875
Wheres the Sheriff?

291
00:30:15,000 --> 00:30:16,458
He wont be here yet.

292
00:30:16,542 --> 00:30:19,167
Hes well down in the pecking order.

293
00:30:22,208 --> 00:30:26,250
Now were not going to panic, Hugo.
Im not panicking!

294
00:30:28,125 --> 00:30:30,833
Imagine pardoning Robin Hood!

295
00:30:32,375 --> 00:30:35,625
The sooner Richards out of England again the better!

296
00:30:37,292 --> 00:30:40,125
Know that we have summoned you here

297
00:30:40,958 --> 00:30:44,708
to sit in judgement on our most perfidious brother

298
00:30:44,792 --> 00:30:46,875
John, Count of Mortain.

299
00:30:48,333 --> 00:30:50,000
Through his perfidy

300
00:30:50,125 --> 00:30:53,542
Philip of France now ravages Normandy.

301
00:30:54,583 --> 00:30:58,792
Vaudreuil is lost. Vendome is lost.

302
00:30:58,917 --> 00:31:01,125
The castles of the Touraine.

303
00:31:01,792 --> 00:31:03,917
As far south as Sens,

304
00:31:04,000 --> 00:31:07,708
our vassals now give homage to France.

305
00:31:10,417 --> 00:31:12,917
Yet in England...

306
00:31:13,333 --> 00:31:17,625
In England we have pardoned all who have opposed us,

307
00:31:18,333 --> 00:31:21,125
even here in Nottingham.

308
00:31:23,625 --> 00:31:25,208
But

309
00:31:26,042 --> 00:31:29,292
mercy must be paid for!

310
00:31:30,417 --> 00:31:33,125
So must power!

311
00:31:33,458 --> 00:31:35,708
So must privilege!

312
00:31:37,708 --> 00:31:40,292
At our crowning we bestowed

313
00:31:40,417 --> 00:31:44,708
many appointments, many positions of authority.

314
00:31:46,042 --> 00:31:47,917
Here we go.

315
00:31:48,208 --> 00:31:51,458
They were on lease, my lords.

316
00:31:52,625 --> 00:31:55,292
Their term is up.

317
00:31:56,125 --> 00:31:59,042
This isnt a council, its an auction!

318
00:32:05,542 --> 00:32:08,625
The Kings given us a pardon! Were free men!

319
00:32:08,750 --> 00:32:10,625
Much, listen to me.

320
00:32:11,125 --> 00:32:13,042
Dont trust the King!

321
00:32:13,458 --> 00:32:15,708
Give this to Robin. Tell him:

322
00:32:15,833 --> 00:32:18,042
Dont trust the King!

323
00:32:38,625 --> 00:32:43,208
My lords, this man follows me to Normandy!

324
00:32:57,708 --> 00:32:59,583
We all leave to Normandy!

325
00:33:01,125 --> 00:33:03,458
Well.
John, Jonh!

326
00:33:07,375 --> 00:33:09,708
Theyre all eating out of your hand.

327
00:34:51,458 --> 00:34:53,208
That was an omen.

328
00:34:53,875 --> 00:34:57,708
An omen? Dont be silly! My bowstring snapped.

329
00:35:28,208 --> 00:35:30,708
Dont go to Normandy!

330
00:35:31,500 --> 00:35:33,042
Please!

331
00:35:36,250 --> 00:35:38,208
Ive given my word.

332
00:35:41,125 --> 00:35:43,542
Well be wardens in Sherwood.

333
00:35:44,708 --> 00:35:46,875
Youll have your lands.

334
00:35:47,917 --> 00:35:49,917
I dont care.

335
00:35:52,917 --> 00:35:54,792
Ill come back.

336
00:35:56,458 --> 00:35:58,458
I promise.

337
00:36:02,833 --> 00:36:04,667
Nasirs gone.

338
00:36:05,917 --> 00:36:09,500
Gone?
I saw him heading for Sherwood.

339
00:36:10,917 --> 00:36:13,833
Hell be back.
No.

340
00:36:13,958 --> 00:36:16,667
Hes gone for good. We wont see him again.

341
00:36:17,250 --> 00:36:18,750
Why?

342
00:36:19,792 --> 00:36:22,500
Look, maybe, he sees things clearer than you do.

343
00:36:22,583 --> 00:36:23,958
Whats that mean?

344
00:36:24,083 --> 00:36:26,333
Youve played into Richards hands, havent you?

345
00:36:26,458 --> 00:36:28,333
What are you talking about, John?

346
00:36:28,417 --> 00:36:30,542
I mean hes pardoned us!
Oh, yes!

347
00:36:30,667 --> 00:36:33,000
And mercy has to be paid for! You heard him.

348
00:36:33,125 --> 00:36:36,333
Listen to me, John!
Im tired of listening to you!

349
00:36:38,333 --> 00:36:40,000
Hes used you.

350
00:36:40,083 --> 00:36:41,750
Hes used all of us to humble the Sheriff

351
00:36:41,833 --> 00:36:45,208
parading us in front of him.
Well, whats wrong with that?

352
00:36:45,333 --> 00:36:47,500
You cant see it, can you?

353
00:36:47,792 --> 00:36:49,375
No.

354
00:36:50,125 --> 00:36:52,292
We... Were his pets.

355
00:36:52,833 --> 00:36:55,417
The wolves clever King Richard trapped and tamed.

356
00:36:55,542 --> 00:36:58,208
Thats enough, John!
Youre dazzled by him, arent you?

357
00:36:58,333 --> 00:36:59,625
Hes only to snap his fingers

358
00:36:59,708 --> 00:37:03,000
and youre running round his legs like a little dog, eh?

359
00:37:03,125 --> 00:37:06,792
Say something funny, Robin! Show us some swordplay!

360
00:37:06,875 --> 00:37:08,875
Lets see your skill with the longbow!

361
00:37:08,958 --> 00:37:11,667
Tell us how to run the country!

362
00:37:14,500 --> 00:37:16,750
Dyou really think he listens?

363
00:37:16,875 --> 00:37:20,000
I know he listens!
Hes laughing at you!

364
00:37:20,083 --> 00:37:22,000
They all are!

365
00:37:22,583 --> 00:37:24,583
What does he care about England?

366
00:37:24,667 --> 00:37:26,333
How longs he ever spent here?

367
00:37:26,458 --> 00:37:27,917
A few months and hes off again, isnt he,

368
00:37:28,042 --> 00:37:30,167
when hes drained the country of money?

369
00:37:30,250 --> 00:37:33,417
You... You were a serf! He gave you your freedom!

370
00:37:33,542 --> 00:37:35,500
Oh, yes, to die for him in Normandy!

371
00:37:35,625 --> 00:37:37,167
We couldve died in Sherwood!

372
00:37:37,292 --> 00:37:40,000
Then Ill choose Sherwood!

373
00:37:42,583 --> 00:37:44,500
Come on, lad!

374
00:37:46,792 --> 00:37:48,542
John!

375
00:37:50,750 --> 00:37:52,917
I loved you, Robin.

376
00:37:53,958 --> 00:37:56,042
You were the Hooded Man,

377
00:37:56,542 --> 00:37:58,750
Hernes Son,

378
00:37:58,875 --> 00:38:01,042
the peoples hope.

379
00:38:02,792 --> 00:38:06,875
Now... Now youre the Kings fool!

380
00:38:26,250 --> 00:38:29,375
Little John! Martin!

381
00:38:52,500 --> 00:38:54,792
And how many soldiers?

382
00:38:55,542 --> 00:38:58,333
A hundred, sire.
Two hundred.

383
00:38:59,042 --> 00:39:00,833
But, my liege!

384
00:39:01,458 --> 00:39:04,375
William de Bracy wants the Sheriffship.

385
00:39:05,500 --> 00:39:08,125
It seems a lucrative position.

386
00:39:08,208 --> 00:39:10,292
Two hundred!

387
00:39:25,000 --> 00:39:27,208
Robin!
Wheres Will?

388
00:39:28,208 --> 00:39:32,083
He told me to say... to say goodbye.

389
00:39:35,833 --> 00:39:38,042
I saw Little John and Martin!

390
00:39:38,250 --> 00:39:40,417
Where are they going?

391
00:39:44,708 --> 00:39:48,875
Robin, why was Little John crying?

392
00:39:52,708 --> 00:39:55,000
Will told me to give you this.

393
00:39:59,917 --> 00:40:01,875
Its from Herne!

394
00:40:04,375 --> 00:40:06,458
Beware the Lion

395
00:40:06,542 --> 00:40:09,583
spawned of the Devils Brood.

396
00:40:13,875 --> 00:40:16,875
Are you deserting me too?
No, Robin.

397
00:40:17,208 --> 00:40:19,792
And Ill never leave you, little flower.

398
00:40:20,125 --> 00:40:22,500
The King put the Sheriff back.

399
00:40:22,583 --> 00:40:23,833
I said he would, didnt I?

400
00:40:23,958 --> 00:40:26,792
And thats not all. Not by a long chalk.

401
00:40:26,875 --> 00:40:30,708
The Great Council will wring every penny out of the people.

402
00:40:30,833 --> 00:40:32,625
I tell you theyll finish up with nothing.

403
00:40:32,750 --> 00:40:35,625
Im going to the King!
What, walk in the lions den?

404
00:40:35,750 --> 00:40:37,417
Dyou think youre Daniel?

405
00:40:37,500 --> 00:40:40,625
Tucks right.
Why should he listen to you?

406
00:40:42,292 --> 00:40:44,583
Ill make him to listen!

407
00:40:46,125 --> 00:40:48,833
...and that if John, Count of Mortain,

408
00:40:48,958 --> 00:40:52,792
does not answer the Kings summons within forty days,

409
00:40:52,917 --> 00:40:55,958
it is the judgement of this Council that he be disinherited...

410
00:40:56,083 --> 00:40:58,417
My lord King!
Did we send for you?

411
00:40:58,542 --> 00:41:00,458
No, sire.
Then leave us.

412
00:41:00,542 --> 00:41:03,542
But, sire!
You heard His Majesty!

413
00:41:04,417 --> 00:41:05,875
You said it pleased Your Majesty

414
00:41:05,958 --> 00:41:08,542
that I wasnt afraid to speak honestly.

415
00:41:09,417 --> 00:41:11,458
The poor gave willingly to set you free.

416
00:41:11,667 --> 00:41:14,167
How can you ask more of them?

417
00:41:20,542 --> 00:41:23,000
So now you rebuke your King

418
00:41:23,542 --> 00:41:26,250
like any licensed fool.

419
00:41:28,042 --> 00:41:30,417
Shall I take away your sword

420
00:41:30,542 --> 00:41:33,667
and give you a pigs bladder to beat me with?

421
00:41:36,542 --> 00:41:38,458
No, Robin.

422
00:41:38,542 --> 00:41:40,625
Spare me your words.

423
00:41:41,458 --> 00:41:43,958
Give me your strength and your courage.

424
00:41:44,083 --> 00:41:46,667
Eh, my lords?
Aye!

425
00:41:54,167 --> 00:41:56,042
May you continue, my lord.

426
00:41:56,958 --> 00:42:00,000
...that he be disinherited,

427
00:42:00,125 --> 00:42:03,542
not only from all lands possessed by him at present,

428
00:42:03,625 --> 00:42:06,875
but from all honours he might hope to have.

429
00:42:07,833 --> 00:42:09,667
How say you, my lords?

430
00:42:09,792 --> 00:42:11,667
Aye!

431
00:42:14,167 --> 00:42:16,458
Send the Sheriff to me tonight.

432
00:42:24,792 --> 00:42:26,583
I was wrong

433
00:42:28,417 --> 00:42:30,333
from the beginning.

434
00:42:32,833 --> 00:42:34,375
Hes a warrior.

435
00:42:35,625 --> 00:42:37,792
Nothing else matters to him.

436
00:42:38,125 --> 00:42:42,208
And hell leave England to the mercy of people like the Sheriff.

437
00:42:50,292 --> 00:42:52,417
You sent for me, my liege.

438
00:43:06,542 --> 00:43:09,583
Are you loyal, De Rainault? Can we trust you?

439
00:43:09,667 --> 00:43:12,667
With your life, sire.
That wont be necessary.

440
00:43:13,792 --> 00:43:18,042
You know us to be merciful.
Indeed, sire.

441
00:43:19,583 --> 00:43:22,583
Perhaps too merciful.
Sire?

442
00:43:22,708 --> 00:43:24,583
The wolfshead, Robin Hood.

443
00:43:24,667 --> 00:43:27,417
You saw him today. His arrogance.

444
00:43:28,333 --> 00:43:30,625
He could cause trouble, De Rainault.

445
00:43:30,750 --> 00:43:34,167
He could, my liege. And will.

446
00:43:42,625 --> 00:43:44,625
I want him dead.

447
00:43:44,708 --> 00:43:47,792
I want all of them dead.

448
00:43:47,917 --> 00:43:49,625
Most of them have left him, sire.

449
00:43:49,708 --> 00:43:53,542
All but the girl, the monk and the half-wit boy.

450
00:43:53,875 --> 00:43:56,583
Well, that should make it easier for you, shouldnt it?

451
00:43:56,667 --> 00:43:58,875
Yes, my liege.

452
00:44:01,375 --> 00:44:03,458
But no one must know.

453
00:44:03,542 --> 00:44:06,542
Remember, I pardoned him.

454
00:44:07,708 --> 00:44:09,917
Its important to preserve that memory

455
00:44:10,042 --> 00:44:11,917
in the minds of the people.

456
00:44:12,417 --> 00:44:14,292
Of course.

457
00:44:15,083 --> 00:44:17,708
Whos going to do it?
Sir Guy of Gisburne.

458
00:44:17,792 --> 00:44:21,042
Is he discreet?
Yes, my lord.

459
00:44:21,500 --> 00:44:23,833
Tell him therell be some land in it for him.

460
00:44:23,958 --> 00:44:28,208
Very generous, my liege.
Not that generous. Its in Wales.

461
00:44:30,208 --> 00:44:31,875
Well,

462
00:44:33,000 --> 00:44:36,250
we leave the matter in your hands.

463
00:44:36,333 --> 00:44:38,125
Thank you, my lord.

464
00:45:19,375 --> 00:45:22,167
Get off me! Robin! Get off!

465
00:45:23,000 --> 00:45:25,208
Leave him alone, hes on... hes only a boy. Ah!

466
00:45:33,417 --> 00:45:35,833
Hang up the boy with the Friar!

467
00:45:55,917 --> 00:45:57,917
Get down the ladder!

468
00:46:58,833 --> 00:47:00,625
Get out!

469
00:47:11,583 --> 00:47:13,250
Robin!

470
00:48:09,292 --> 00:48:10,875
Marion?

471
00:48:11,042 --> 00:48:13,125
Much! Tuck! Her legs!

472
00:48:13,708 --> 00:48:15,000
Her legs, Much!
No!

473
00:48:15,083 --> 00:48:18,042
No! No!
Marion!

474
00:48:25,542 --> 00:48:27,375
Marion!

475
00:48:33,542 --> 00:48:35,333
Oh, Marion!

476
00:48:48,333 --> 00:48:50,000
I love you!

477
00:48:55,000 --> 00:48:57,292
Be still, my love.

478
00:49:02,167 --> 00:49:03,958
Im cold.

479
00:49:08,000 --> 00:49:09,667
Where are we?

480
00:49:12,625 --> 00:49:14,292
Where are we?

481
00:49:15,542 --> 00:49:17,417
Rhiannons Wheel.

482
00:49:19,625 --> 00:49:21,417
It hurts, Robin.

483
00:49:28,583 --> 00:49:30,417
Pull out the arrow.

484
00:49:32,333 --> 00:49:34,125
Oh, please!

485
00:49:36,083 --> 00:49:38,042
If you love me.

486
00:49:44,167 --> 00:49:46,375
You know I love you.

487
00:49:55,333 --> 00:49:57,292
Pull out the arrow!

488
00:50:10,667 --> 00:50:12,625
<i>Herne,</i>

489
00:50:12,750 --> 00:50:16,792
<i>Lord of the Trees, I call on you!</i>

490
00:50:20,750 --> 00:50:24,000
<i>The powers of Light and Darkness are with you.</i>

491
00:50:25,125 --> 00:50:27,750
<i>Take out the arrow.</i>

492
00:50:41,667 --> 00:50:44,292
<i>The Wheel turns!</i>

493
00:51:56,917 --> 00:51:58,583
Robin!

494
00:51:58,833 --> 00:52:03,333
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