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In thirty two wonderful paths of wisdom

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did Jah, Jehovah the God of Israel,

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the Elohim of the living, the King of ages,

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the merciful and gracious God, the exalted one,

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the Dweller in eternity most high and holy

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did he engrave his name

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by the three Sepharim

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Numbers, Letters and Sounds.

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Samuel, Esther, dont bother your father!

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Why is he reading on the Sabbath, Sarah?

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He studies the mysteries of the Cabala.

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Whats the Cabala, father?

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The Cabala is ancient wisdom.

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Handed down to us from the time of Moses.

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But its not for little children.

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Nor is it for the ignorant.

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It has been said,

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that if evil men look upon its secrets,

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the power of the book would overwhelm them!

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Praised are You, the Eternal our God, [in Hebrew]

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Ruler of the universe, [in Hebrew]

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who sanctifies us with commandments [in Hebrew]

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and commands us to kindle the lights of Shabbat. [in Hebrew]

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Amen.

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Amen.

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Good Sabbath, everyone!

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Good Sabbath!

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Praised are You, the Eternal our God, [in Hebrew]

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Ruler of the universe, [in Hebrew]

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who creates the fruit of the vine. [in Hebrew]

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I dont think hes ever coming.

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After all it was only a rumour.

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No, its more than that.

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Theres only one man who knows when the Sheriff would be back.

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Tomorrow.

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Tomorrow? Are you certain?

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Youre becoming a nuisance, de Talmont!

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Hell be here tomorrow.

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Anyway Ive already told you,

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that I have the authority to deal

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with whatever it is you wish to speak him about.

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My business is with the Sheriff.

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I am the Sheriff.

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The real Sheriff.

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Then come back tomorrow.

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And blame yourself for another wasted visit.

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Whats the matter with him? Is he still sick?

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I beg you, my lord, to let my father rest a while.

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Please, my lord!
Sarah...

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If he must...

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This isnt a hospital.

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Thank you, my lord!

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A poacher, my lord.

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Mmm?

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A poacher.

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See? Red-handed.

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And soon one-handed!

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Do it now, captain.

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No!
Captain!

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No!
Any news of Robin Hood?

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None, my lord. Nothings been heard of him for days.

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Its daft!
Eight days and not a sign of him!

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Which road will he take?
This one.

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John doesnt think so.

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Well, well see, wont we?

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Look, theres only two roads to Nottingham.

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So its got to be one or the other.
He could go through Sherwood.

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Sherwoods ours.

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And he knows it.

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I dont think hed risk it.

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Send me a rich Sheriff

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with his wagons groaning with money!

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Weve always been on the move. Even in Sherwood!

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And now were stuck out here like fleas on a pigs back.

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Anyone can take us!
Robin says...

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I dont give a damn what Robin says!

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Calm down, Will.

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Were always listening to him!

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Youre right, Nasir! Hell get over it.

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He might.

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I reckon hes got itchy feet.

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Do you think hed leave us?

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Maybe.

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Its been brewing for some time as this.

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Theres something wrong between him and Robin,

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and unless they get it sorted out, well lose him.

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What the devil is the matter with you?

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A gentle slope and you sweat and pant like farrowing sows!

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Push! Damn you, push!

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Well, dont just sit there! Help them!

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Go on! Get a move on!

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Robin, is he coming yet?

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Not yet.
Well, why dont he?

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He will.
Howll we let the others know?

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Ive told you before, Much.

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Well send a signal arrow into the sky, over the valley.

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And theyll send one over the hill

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if the Sheriff comes the other way.

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Right. I forgot.

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What are you thinking about?

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Is it Will?
Uh-huh.

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Why dont you say something?
Its for him to speak first.

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But he wont. Hes too...

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Stiff-necked.

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He questions everything.

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There cant be two leaders.

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Then tell him.

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Is it?
Aye.

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Theres a lot of em!
There wont be time weve finished.

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Ill make the signal.
We dont need them.

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Uh?
John, theyll see the signal.

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Dont be daft! Weve got to make a signal!

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Theyll see it, John.
All of us, against that lot?

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Four or seven, whats the difference?

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Robin.

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Come on, John!

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We can do it!

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Think... think otaking that cart over the hill.

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Picture Robins face, eh?

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I suppose so.

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Well, lets do it.
Be a good un, wouldnt it?

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Oh, be worth all the hanging around?

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All right.

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You game, each of you?
Aye.

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It is no game!

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Where the devil is Gisburne?

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Ready?

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Outlaws!

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Weve been attacked! Spread out!

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Keep moving!

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There! Over there!

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Get after them!

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My God, there here too! Over there!

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Tuck!

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Shoot! Shoot now!

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You idiots!

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Well never lift him.

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Help me!
Dont let them escape!

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Get after them!

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Go on! Dont let them escape!

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You fools! You stupid fools!

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Fools!

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Now why did you do it?

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You knew the plan!

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You had plenty of time to signal! You must have!

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It was you, wasnt it?

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Wasnt it?

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Look, we were unlucky.

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Unlucky?

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Is that all you can say, Scarlet?

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We were unlucky?

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Well, youre wrong.

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Hes the one who was unlucky.

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And if he dies...

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You threatening me?
Im telling you.

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Dont you ever turn away when I speak to you!

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Now you listen to every word I say!

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Look, Robin, were all to blame!

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Why cant you admit we were wrong?

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Because we were unlucky! Yeah!

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Gisburne!

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Bow, damn you, bow!

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My lord, I thought...

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You thought, did you, Gisburne?

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What a pity I wasnt here.

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When did you have this thought of yours?

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While I was in London? Or was it more recent?

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Mmm?

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Surely such an earth-shattering event

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would linger in the memory.

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Or was it this morning perhaps?

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While I was being attacked?

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Attacked, my lord?

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Ten miles from Nottingham.

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By Robin Hoods men.

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Get out of the way!

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That was when I had my thought, Gisburne.

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And you know what it was?

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A simple, uncomplicated thought.

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Where is Gisburne?

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Where is the escort

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that I asked for in my letter?

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Your letter?

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Your letter, my lord,

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says that youll be back in four days,

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dated the eighth.

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The seventh, Gisburne, the seventh!

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Dont try to get out of it!
But, my lord!

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But?

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But?

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Youre the butt of everyone in Nottingham, arent you?

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You insult me!
I do and will,

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as long as you continue to give me cause!

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I am not your whipping boy!

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Arent you, Gisburne?

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Anyway I drove them off.

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Had you been there Id have finished them.

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What do you want?

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Payment, my lord.

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Dyou know what you remind me of, de Talmont?

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A leech. A blood sucking leech.

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Your sickness needs more than a leech, my lord Sheriff.

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Envy is hatred without a cure.

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Envy?

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Envy? Why should I envy you?

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Why indeed? It often puzzles me.

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A money lender!

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Money lending is the price of our existence, my lord.

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You were willing enough to borrow.

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Retire without supper, rise without debt.

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What nauseating hypocrisy!

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How can a Jew thrive without debtors?

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Debtors wont make me thrive, my lord!

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Thats why Im standing here.

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You forget who I am!

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Not at all. You are my servant.

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Your what?

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Certainly. You had borrowed money from me.

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The borrower is servant to the lender.

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Book of Proverbs. Part of your Bible, as well as of ours.

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Ill have your flesh whipped from off your back!

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That will not discharge your debt, my lord.

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It would be more honourable for you

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and less painful for me to let me have the money.

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Guards!

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However, if you continue

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to withhold what is legally mine,

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I shall have no alternative,

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but to inform the King.

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Our people have served the Kings of England

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for the last two hundred years.

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Our finance has built his churches and his castles.

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We are answerable to him

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and only to him.

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It would be as well not to lose sight of that,

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my lord Sheriff.

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Come, Sarah.

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Gisburne.

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Hes made his own noose, Gisburne.

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It only remains to put it around his neck!

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How is he?

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Bad.

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Can you hear me, Tuck?

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Its Marion.

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Robin?

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He wont die, will he?

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Weve got to get back into Sherwood

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before Gisburne catches us.

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Where could we take Tuck?

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Calverton.

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Its only a couple of miles. And we will need a cart.

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Much!
What?

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Go to Calverton and get a cart.

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Weve helped them enough times, so there wont be any problem.

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Right!

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Come on, get a move on!

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It all seems rather a muddle, Gisburne.

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I suppose I can cope with it.

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Youre too young to remember

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King Richards coronation, arent you?

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No, my lord. I was there with my father.

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Were you?

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A splendid affair, wasnt it?

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Yes, my lord.

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The people of London went mad with joy.

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They did, my lord.

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And killed most of the Jews.

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One way of celebrating I suppose.

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Yes, my lord.

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Thats what my father said.

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It was attributed to crusading mania at the time.

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00:19:32,208 --> 00:19:34,375
But I think it was something else.

273
00:19:34,667 --> 00:19:37,000
They just needed a little encouragement.

274
00:19:38,583 --> 00:19:40,583
Not difficult.

275
00:19:42,083 --> 00:19:44,542
Same thing happened in York

276
00:19:44,792 --> 00:19:46,250
a year later.

277
00:19:48,375 --> 00:19:51,042
And it could very easily happen in Nottingham.

278
00:19:52,292 --> 00:19:53,875
Couldnt it, Gisburne?

279
00:19:54,250 --> 00:19:55,875
I suppose it could.

280
00:19:55,958 --> 00:19:58,417
And I propose it will.

281
00:20:06,583 --> 00:20:08,125
Outlaws!

282
00:20:15,500 --> 00:20:17,292
Why didnt you send the cart?

283
00:20:17,375 --> 00:20:19,417
We cant have you here! Its too dangerous!

284
00:20:19,792 --> 00:20:21,625
Well be gone by morning!

285
00:20:22,125 --> 00:20:23,625
Youre outlaws.

286
00:20:24,667 --> 00:20:26,750
Weve helped you enough times in the past.

287
00:20:26,875 --> 00:20:28,750
Now surely that must mean something.

288
00:20:28,833 --> 00:20:30,875
Something. But not enough.

289
00:20:31,583 --> 00:20:33,375
Whats wrong with goin back to Sherwood?

290
00:20:33,875 --> 00:20:35,750
Sherwoods hours away.

291
00:20:35,875 --> 00:20:38,125
And he needs rest now.

292
00:20:38,208 --> 00:20:39,917
Well, he cant.

293
00:20:40,000 --> 00:20:41,625
Cowards!

294
00:20:42,917 --> 00:20:46,042
Move on! And leave us in peace!

295
00:20:48,542 --> 00:20:50,333
Well go.

296
00:20:50,917 --> 00:20:53,125
Nothings forgotten.

297
00:20:53,417 --> 00:20:56,042
Nothing is ever forgotten.

298
00:21:14,667 --> 00:21:18,417
Poor! Oppressed!

299
00:21:19,208 --> 00:21:20,875
Gutless!

300
00:21:53,167 --> 00:21:54,750
Ah!

301
00:21:55,375 --> 00:21:57,000
Have you been good?

302
00:21:57,542 --> 00:21:59,250
Yes, father, very good!

303
00:21:59,375 --> 00:22:02,000
But not too good lest you be eaten up!

304
00:22:02,125 --> 00:22:05,000
Run along now. Fathers tired.

305
00:22:11,167 --> 00:22:13,250
You made an enemy today.

306
00:22:13,708 --> 00:22:17,375
Now the man who never made an enemy never made anything.

307
00:22:18,750 --> 00:22:21,625
I saw the way he looked at you.

308
00:22:21,875 --> 00:22:24,167
I belong to the King.

309
00:22:24,417 --> 00:22:26,333
Thats why he hates me

310
00:22:26,417 --> 00:22:28,958
and thats why he must pay that debt.

311
00:22:29,667 --> 00:22:33,417
Oh, hell wriggle and threaten

312
00:22:33,750 --> 00:22:35,958
but in the end hell pay.

313
00:22:36,042 --> 00:22:38,875
Hmm. I wonder.

314
00:22:39,792 --> 00:22:42,083
We are Gods flies, Sarah.

315
00:22:42,375 --> 00:22:46,875
And time will free the fly and cage the eagle.

316
00:22:47,375 --> 00:22:49,583
Where am I, little flower?

317
00:22:49,667 --> 00:22:51,250
In Sherwood.

318
00:22:53,250 --> 00:22:54,917
All of us?

319
00:22:56,333 --> 00:22:57,875
All of us.

320
00:22:59,250 --> 00:23:01,750
No, no, dont move!
Oh!

321
00:23:02,625 --> 00:23:05,333
My head feels like a pumpkin.

322
00:23:05,917 --> 00:23:07,875
Just lie still.

323
00:23:08,333 --> 00:23:11,292
Look, Robin, dont take it to heart.

324
00:23:11,750 --> 00:23:13,958
They were frightened, all of them.

325
00:23:16,208 --> 00:23:19,292
Weve risked our lives for them time and time again.

326
00:23:20,917 --> 00:23:22,875
And they turned us away.

327
00:23:24,625 --> 00:23:26,667
We couldve been strangers.

328
00:23:27,375 --> 00:23:29,250
So you can see it!

329
00:23:29,792 --> 00:23:31,750
Its all been for nothing!

330
00:23:32,375 --> 00:23:34,917
Theyre not worth fighting for!

331
00:23:36,292 --> 00:23:40,000
Theyre just serfs and thats all theyll ever be.

332
00:23:42,875 --> 00:23:46,042
Now we couldve been rich, everyone of us!

333
00:23:47,500 --> 00:23:49,083
But no!

334
00:23:49,208 --> 00:23:52,167
You had to believe that Herne chose you.

335
00:23:54,083 --> 00:23:56,167
That you could give the people heart,

336
00:23:56,667 --> 00:23:58,375
give em hope,

337
00:23:58,583 --> 00:24:00,375
and maybe, just maybe

338
00:24:00,625 --> 00:24:02,875
give them the will to fight.

339
00:24:07,167 --> 00:24:08,542
Why?

340
00:24:09,083 --> 00:24:12,500
Why dont you be honest to yourself?

341
00:24:14,083 --> 00:24:16,167
Youre just an outlaw!

342
00:24:19,792 --> 00:24:22,542
And thats all youll ever be!

343
00:24:55,083 --> 00:24:57,292
The Archer again.

344
00:24:58,417 --> 00:25:03,125
And Saturn in the House of the Scorpion.

345
00:25:06,667 --> 00:25:08,375
Danger.

346
00:25:11,667 --> 00:25:14,250
Why have you come?

347
00:25:16,167 --> 00:25:18,125
To break faith with you.

348
00:25:18,250 --> 00:25:21,333
You cannot! You were chosen!

349
00:25:21,625 --> 00:25:23,250
Then choose another!

350
00:25:23,375 --> 00:25:25,333
There is no other!

351
00:25:26,167 --> 00:25:28,667
The little ones will hide in terror.

352
00:25:28,750 --> 00:25:31,375
The book of power will take revenge.

353
00:25:31,458 --> 00:25:34,625
Your arrows must be ready!

354
00:25:34,792 --> 00:25:36,875
The target is too far!

355
00:25:37,375 --> 00:25:38,958
My aim is lost!

356
00:25:39,083 --> 00:25:41,042
Then aim again!

357
00:25:41,333 --> 00:25:45,083
For what purpose? To what end?

358
00:25:45,250 --> 00:25:47,125
There is no end

359
00:25:47,167 --> 00:25:49,292
and no beginning.

360
00:25:49,375 --> 00:25:52,167
It is enough to aim.

361
00:25:56,583 --> 00:25:58,958
And the Lord called: Samuel.

362
00:25:59,917 --> 00:26:01,417
And it woke him up.

363
00:26:02,292 --> 00:26:05,208
So he got out of bed

364
00:26:05,500 --> 00:26:07,292
and ran in to Eli.

365
00:26:07,667 --> 00:26:12,000
And he said: here I am, what do you want?

366
00:26:12,083 --> 00:26:16,333
And Eli said: go back to bed, I didnt call you.

367
00:26:16,458 --> 00:26:18,125
Sarah!

368
00:26:22,333 --> 00:26:24,375
Who brought this, Esther?
A man.

369
00:26:24,792 --> 00:26:27,000
What man?
His face was hidden by a hood.

370
00:26:27,083 --> 00:26:29,083
I warned you father!

371
00:26:33,000 --> 00:26:34,667
Leave Nottingham.

372
00:26:34,792 --> 00:26:36,500
Its a trick to get us outside!

373
00:26:36,625 --> 00:26:39,500
No. The danger is real. Ive seen it.

374
00:26:39,917 --> 00:26:42,167
The Sheriff means to kill you.

375
00:26:43,375 --> 00:26:45,083
Where shall we go?

376
00:26:45,208 --> 00:26:47,917
To Lincoln. To my brothers house.

377
00:26:48,000 --> 00:26:50,208
To the family of Aaron, your betrothed.

378
00:26:50,292 --> 00:26:52,542
Come, let us prepare!

379
00:27:09,292 --> 00:27:10,375
And all weve told was a rumour

380
00:27:10,458 --> 00:27:11,750
that they used the blood of a Christian child

381
00:27:11,875 --> 00:27:13,250
to smear on their door posts.

382
00:27:13,333 --> 00:27:16,375
Come on! That way! That way! Come on! Get on!

383
00:27:28,000 --> 00:27:29,500
Kill her! Kill her!

384
00:27:37,167 --> 00:27:38,875
Father!
Its all right, Sarah.

385
00:27:39,625 --> 00:27:42,917
If... if... if anything should happen to me no one

386
00:27:43,000 --> 00:27:45,750
except my brother must open this book.

387
00:27:45,875 --> 00:27:49,083
Now remember that its the Sepher Yetzirah,

388
00:27:49,167 --> 00:27:51,333
sacred and secret knowledge

389
00:27:51,417 --> 00:27:53,750
not meant for profane eyes.

390
00:27:53,875 --> 00:27:56,917
Now come! Quickly! Children, now! Quickly! Come!

391
00:28:49,708 --> 00:28:51,167
Wipe em! Wipe em!

392
00:28:52,917 --> 00:28:56,625
They were warned! They must have been! One man we wanted.

393
00:28:57,083 --> 00:28:59,667
Listen to me, captain! Theyve all died!

394
00:28:59,792 --> 00:29:02,167
Dyou understand? All of them!

395
00:29:02,292 --> 00:29:05,500
If the Sheriff learns they escaped...
I understand, my lord.

396
00:29:06,042 --> 00:29:09,292
Come on! Lets kill the rest of them! Move it!

397
00:29:26,167 --> 00:29:27,917
Curse those villagers!

398
00:29:28,000 --> 00:29:30,000
That wont bring Scarlet back.

399
00:29:30,333 --> 00:29:32,875
It wasnt Scarlet I was thinking about.

400
00:29:36,167 --> 00:29:38,000
Im tired of his riddles!

401
00:29:38,125 --> 00:29:40,875
And then he said: its enough to take aim.

402
00:29:40,917 --> 00:29:42,625
I mean what does that mean?

403
00:29:42,708 --> 00:29:44,625
I might as well shoot at the moon!

404
00:29:46,042 --> 00:29:48,375
I thought they believed in us.

405
00:29:48,583 --> 00:29:50,917
I really thought theyd begun to take heart.

406
00:29:51,042 --> 00:29:53,333
And the first time, the very first time

407
00:29:53,417 --> 00:29:57,000
we ask them for help they drive us away.

408
00:29:59,292 --> 00:30:01,625
Dont you see, Robin?

409
00:30:02,500 --> 00:30:05,417
Theyve done more damage by rejecting you,

410
00:30:05,542 --> 00:30:07,042
than Gisburne and the Sheriff

411
00:30:07,167 --> 00:30:09,375
and all their men at arms could ever do!

412
00:30:11,667 --> 00:30:13,625
What are you going to do about it?

413
00:30:17,083 --> 00:30:18,875
Were gonna find Will.

414
00:30:31,042 --> 00:30:34,375
Rest, father!
No, we must keep on going.

415
00:30:35,750 --> 00:30:37,875
Why do they hate us?

416
00:30:38,583 --> 00:30:42,292
Because its easier to hate than to understand.

417
00:30:43,417 --> 00:30:46,208
They hate each other for the same reason.

418
00:30:46,875 --> 00:30:49,667
No, no, for the same lack of reason.

419
00:30:50,875 --> 00:30:53,583
And de Talmont?

420
00:30:53,667 --> 00:30:55,417
Theres not one Jew left alive in Nottingham.

421
00:30:55,542 --> 00:30:57,625
Good! Good!

422
00:30:58,125 --> 00:31:00,333
Youd better hang some of the rioters, Gisburne.

423
00:31:00,875 --> 00:31:03,958
Just to demonstrate my anger at this atrocity.

424
00:31:04,250 --> 00:31:07,000
And Ill write a suitably outraged letter to the King.

425
00:31:08,333 --> 00:31:10,750
Was there much silver?

426
00:31:10,875 --> 00:31:13,125
Its being brought here under guard.

427
00:31:13,208 --> 00:31:14,250
Ah!

428
00:31:14,792 --> 00:31:17,583
Most of it is to go into the Royal Treasury.

429
00:31:17,708 --> 00:31:19,083
Thatll please him.

430
00:31:19,208 --> 00:31:22,375
Most of it?
Yes, Gisburne, most of it.

431
00:31:22,833 --> 00:31:25,000
I must have something for my trouble surely.

432
00:31:25,083 --> 00:31:26,875
And what about me?

433
00:31:29,083 --> 00:31:32,542
I can see that Ive been away too long.

434
00:31:50,625 --> 00:31:52,292
Your money!

435
00:31:53,000 --> 00:31:54,792
Give it to him, Sarah. [in Hebrew]

436
00:32:00,750 --> 00:32:03,250
Youre Jews!
We are.

437
00:32:03,375 --> 00:32:04,917
And what are you?

438
00:32:05,333 --> 00:32:07,083
Lucky, I reckon.

439
00:32:09,208 --> 00:32:11,250
What else have you got?
Nothing you would want!

440
00:32:11,375 --> 00:32:13,125
Ill be the judge of that.

441
00:32:13,250 --> 00:32:14,917
Please!
Now, youve taken our money,

442
00:32:15,000 --> 00:32:16,625
please let us go!

443
00:32:18,583 --> 00:32:21,750
No, please! It is a sacred book!

444
00:32:22,375 --> 00:32:24,250
I beg you. Dont!

445
00:32:24,375 --> 00:32:26,250
I dont want your book!

446
00:32:29,375 --> 00:32:31,625
No. Not that!

447
00:32:32,875 --> 00:32:35,917
Take this but leave the Menorah!

448
00:32:37,083 --> 00:32:40,500
I dont want your rings or your candlesticks!

449
00:32:42,375 --> 00:32:44,667
Ive got what I want!

450
00:32:46,042 --> 00:32:47,667
Now on your way!

451
00:32:52,542 --> 00:32:54,167
Hes gone, Robin! Let it rest!

452
00:32:54,292 --> 00:32:56,167
No!
He could be anywhere!

453
00:32:56,250 --> 00:32:58,375
But hes not anywhere.

454
00:32:58,583 --> 00:33:00,208
Hes somewhere.

455
00:33:00,333 --> 00:33:02,167
And were gonna find him.

456
00:33:06,250 --> 00:33:07,917
<i>Herne,</i>

457
00:33:08,375 --> 00:33:10,083
<i>guide me!</i>

458
00:33:13,417 --> 00:33:15,083
Its this way!

459
00:33:25,000 --> 00:33:26,667
What is it?

460
00:33:26,750 --> 00:33:28,333
Someones following us!

461
00:33:29,250 --> 00:33:30,750
I cant see anything!

462
00:33:30,875 --> 00:33:32,708
No, but I can hear them!

463
00:33:34,167 --> 00:33:35,917
Horsemen!

464
00:33:58,333 --> 00:34:01,042
Well, de Talmont,

465
00:34:01,167 --> 00:34:03,125
and where dyou think youre going?

466
00:34:10,708 --> 00:34:12,417
Gisburne!

467
00:34:13,583 --> 00:34:15,208
Gisburne!

468
00:34:16,667 --> 00:34:18,583
Hes gone, my lord.

469
00:34:20,875 --> 00:34:22,542
Gone?

470
00:34:30,000 --> 00:34:32,917
Where did you find this?
In the house of Joshua de Talmont, my lord.

471
00:34:33,000 --> 00:34:35,375
Are you telling me, that de Talmonts escaped?

472
00:34:35,542 --> 00:34:38,292
Yes, my lord.
I was told otherwise.

473
00:34:38,375 --> 00:34:40,542
Sir Guy wanted it kept from you, my lord.

474
00:34:40,625 --> 00:34:43,875
Yes, of course, he would, wouldnt he?

475
00:34:45,417 --> 00:34:47,917
You found this?
Yes, my lord.

476
00:34:48,000 --> 00:34:50,500
And kept it from Gisburne?

477
00:34:50,625 --> 00:34:52,667
I know his hand, my lord.

478
00:34:52,875 --> 00:34:56,208
Yes, Captain. So do I.

479
00:34:59,792 --> 00:35:01,458
Why?
Well.

480
00:35:01,708 --> 00:35:03,583
Its not easy to put into words. But...

481
00:35:04,333 --> 00:35:06,500
You came to the castle with your father several times.

482
00:35:06,583 --> 00:35:09,542
You must have noticed my interest.
Your interest?

483
00:35:09,625 --> 00:35:11,625
More than interest.

484
00:35:11,750 --> 00:35:14,500
Well, I saw you looking at me, if thats what you mean.

485
00:35:14,583 --> 00:35:16,333
Its part of what I mean.

486
00:35:16,875 --> 00:35:19,167
I find myself attracted to you.

487
00:35:19,250 --> 00:35:20,917
Oh, do you?

488
00:35:21,042 --> 00:35:24,292
And does the Sheriff know youre interested in a Jewess?

489
00:35:24,375 --> 00:35:26,333
Ive left the Sheriff.

490
00:35:26,458 --> 00:35:28,375
Ive taken enough insults!

491
00:35:28,583 --> 00:35:30,542
Why should I carry on being belittled.

492
00:35:30,625 --> 00:35:31,875
Why should I continue to serve him

493
00:35:31,958 --> 00:35:33,708
knowing that Im the better man?

494
00:35:34,083 --> 00:35:36,375
I mean to take service with the Earl of Chester.

495
00:35:36,417 --> 00:35:37,875
And youre coming with me.

496
00:35:37,917 --> 00:35:39,417
I dont mind that youre a Jewess.

497
00:35:39,542 --> 00:35:40,750
That can be changed when I marry you.

498
00:35:40,875 --> 00:35:42,375
Youre going to marry me?

499
00:35:42,542 --> 00:35:44,792
Yes.
So simple?

500
00:35:44,917 --> 00:35:47,292
No, not so simple.
No!

501
00:35:47,417 --> 00:35:50,708
I am betrothed to Aaron of Lincoln.
Thats unimportant. That can be dealt with.

502
00:35:50,875 --> 00:35:52,875
The way you dealt with my people in Nottingham?

503
00:35:53,000 --> 00:35:56,250
That was a riot!
Which you knew was going to happen, didnt you?

504
00:35:57,333 --> 00:35:58,792
Well, you must have done.

505
00:35:58,875 --> 00:36:01,042
You warned us. Why didnt you warn the others?

506
00:36:01,167 --> 00:36:03,375
That wasnt part of the plan. Besides,

507
00:36:04,708 --> 00:36:07,167
there was nothing I could do. I was only obeying orders.

508
00:36:07,292 --> 00:36:09,583
Oh, but you didnt obey orders, did you?

509
00:36:10,000 --> 00:36:13,958
You decided who would live and who would die! You. You decided.

510
00:36:14,083 --> 00:36:15,708
But Ive saved you! Ive saved your family!

511
00:36:15,792 --> 00:36:18,833
Dont you understand?
Oh, yes, I understand!

512
00:36:18,958 --> 00:36:20,708
Its you that doesnt.
Listen to me.

513
00:36:20,792 --> 00:36:22,375
No, you listen to me!

514
00:36:22,708 --> 00:36:24,792
Everything about you disgusts me!

515
00:36:24,917 --> 00:36:26,708
Your cruelty and your arrogance!

516
00:36:26,792 --> 00:36:28,750
Your ignorance and your conceit!

517
00:36:29,583 --> 00:36:32,167
How could you think that I could marry you?

518
00:36:32,667 --> 00:36:35,250
You, with my peoples blood on your hands.

519
00:36:35,333 --> 00:36:37,167
To be your wife!

520
00:36:37,292 --> 00:36:39,792
To renounce everything that I believe in!

521
00:36:41,333 --> 00:36:43,125
I loathe you!

522
00:36:43,292 --> 00:36:45,083
I despise you!

523
00:36:45,417 --> 00:36:48,000
And Id rather die than have anything to do with you!

524
00:36:48,125 --> 00:36:51,042
Youre hysterical. Its been an ordeal, I know.

525
00:36:51,333 --> 00:36:53,958
But I can see that you need a man to match your spirit.

526
00:36:54,083 --> 00:36:56,417
Oh, let me go! Let me go!

527
00:36:56,583 --> 00:36:58,542
Leave her alone!

528
00:37:00,333 --> 00:37:02,542
Dyou want them to die?
No!

529
00:37:04,667 --> 00:37:07,708
Where are you taking her?
Sarah!

530
00:37:07,875 --> 00:37:10,000
Shes to be mine, de Talmont.

531
00:37:11,250 --> 00:37:13,667
You cannot do this! It is forbidden!

532
00:37:18,875 --> 00:37:22,167
Let her go! Let her go!
No! Wait here! Wait here!

533
00:37:22,542 --> 00:37:25,000
Gisburne! Gisburne!

534
00:37:27,417 --> 00:37:29,667
Gisburne, bring her back!

535
00:37:30,000 --> 00:37:31,875
Gisburne!

536
00:37:34,750 --> 00:37:36,583
Gisburne!

537
00:37:37,000 --> 00:37:38,667
I beg you!

538
00:37:39,375 --> 00:37:41,375
Let her go!

539
00:37:41,625 --> 00:37:43,333
Gisburne!

540
00:37:43,583 --> 00:37:47,000
I... I beg... Gisburne!

541
00:37:55,875 --> 00:37:57,500
We must wait where we are!

542
00:37:57,583 --> 00:38:00,208
Hell come back! I know he will!

543
00:38:00,333 --> 00:38:03,583
Oh, Sarah! Sarah!

544
00:38:07,083 --> 00:38:08,875
Father?

545
00:38:32,875 --> 00:38:34,792
What is it?
Noises.

546
00:38:34,917 --> 00:38:36,667
From here.

547
00:38:39,667 --> 00:38:41,625
Does anyone see anything?

548
00:38:43,958 --> 00:38:45,333
Nasir?

549
00:38:45,375 --> 00:38:48,375
Horsemen. Three, maybe four.

550
00:38:48,750 --> 00:38:50,875
Its a mystery, is this?
Aye.

551
00:38:56,375 --> 00:38:58,625
What are you doing down there?

552
00:38:58,958 --> 00:39:01,417
Its all right. I wont harm you.

553
00:39:02,625 --> 00:39:04,583
Its children!

554
00:39:08,125 --> 00:39:10,875
Poor little devils!
Come on. Its quite safe now.

555
00:39:10,917 --> 00:39:13,000
We want to help.
To help?

556
00:39:13,125 --> 00:39:15,083
Now what are you doing in Sherwood on your own?

557
00:39:16,875 --> 00:39:19,250
Find me on my own at this time oday.

558
00:39:20,417 --> 00:39:22,167
Peace be upon you. [in Hebrew]

559
00:39:23,250 --> 00:39:25,000
They are Jews.

560
00:39:25,917 --> 00:39:27,667
Do you know any English?

561
00:39:27,875 --> 00:39:29,167
Yes.

562
00:39:29,250 --> 00:39:30,875
Dyou know any of their talk, Nasir?

563
00:39:30,958 --> 00:39:32,292
A little.

564
00:39:32,417 --> 00:39:34,083
Wheres your mother?

565
00:39:34,167 --> 00:39:36,875
Mother is dead.

566
00:39:38,000 --> 00:39:39,667
And your father?

567
00:39:40,000 --> 00:39:43,708
Hes looking for the man who... who took Sarah.

568
00:39:44,250 --> 00:39:45,750
Whos Sarah?

569
00:39:45,875 --> 00:39:47,875
Our sister.

570
00:39:49,333 --> 00:39:51,667
Oh, dont cry!

571
00:39:52,167 --> 00:39:53,958
Well, dont you worry,

572
00:39:54,083 --> 00:39:57,542
because were gonna find them. I promise you that.

573
00:39:58,125 --> 00:40:00,708
Tuck, Much, stay with them.

574
00:40:00,875 --> 00:40:03,958
John, Nasir, were going hunting.

575
00:40:06,583 --> 00:40:08,667
Which way do these footprints show?

576
00:40:17,542 --> 00:40:18,958
Robin!

577
00:40:24,875 --> 00:40:26,458
Hes alive.

578
00:40:26,958 --> 00:40:29,375
Stay with him, John. Get him back to the others.

579
00:40:29,542 --> 00:40:30,917
Nasir?

580
00:40:53,375 --> 00:40:55,083
Gisburne?

581
00:41:20,917 --> 00:41:22,833
This horse is lame.

582
00:41:27,083 --> 00:41:28,750
Get down!

583
00:41:41,333 --> 00:41:43,000
Whats the matter with you?

584
00:41:49,375 --> 00:41:52,375
Listen. Your old life is over.

585
00:41:53,625 --> 00:41:55,750
I can give you anything you want.

586
00:41:56,292 --> 00:41:57,875
Dyou understand?

587
00:41:58,875 --> 00:42:01,708
Ill kill myself before I marry you.

588
00:42:01,875 --> 00:42:04,167
Dont be so stupid!

589
00:42:06,167 --> 00:42:09,208
Well rest. Weve a long journey ahead.

590
00:42:15,875 --> 00:42:18,333
Nasir, its Will!

591
00:42:18,375 --> 00:42:20,000
Stop him!

592
00:42:30,625 --> 00:42:32,500
You couldve killed me!

593
00:42:45,375 --> 00:42:47,875
Are you looking for Gisburne?
Gisburne?

594
00:42:48,125 --> 00:42:50,333
Hes got the girl with him!

595
00:42:50,625 --> 00:42:52,292
Where?

596
00:42:53,542 --> 00:42:55,208
Come on.

597
00:43:17,583 --> 00:43:19,667
My father will appeal to the King.

598
00:43:20,208 --> 00:43:21,750
Let him.

599
00:43:21,875 --> 00:43:23,958
All Jews belong to the King.

600
00:43:24,542 --> 00:43:27,333
Youre his property. Ill buy you.

601
00:43:30,208 --> 00:43:31,750
Gisburne!

602
00:43:33,125 --> 00:43:35,375
I want the girl, Gisburne!

603
00:43:35,625 --> 00:43:37,625
Shes mine, wolfshead!

604
00:43:38,125 --> 00:43:39,792
After them!

605
00:44:08,875 --> 00:44:10,917
Youve been practising, Gisburne.

606
00:44:14,292 --> 00:44:18,250
Drop it, Gisburne. Drop it.

607
00:44:20,208 --> 00:44:22,000
Good boy.

608
00:44:29,250 --> 00:44:31,250
Peace be upon you. [in Hebrew]

609
00:44:38,833 --> 00:44:40,625
We were looking for you.

610
00:44:40,750 --> 00:44:42,625
You found me, didnt you?

611
00:44:47,625 --> 00:44:49,250
Here.

612
00:44:51,292 --> 00:44:52,667
You robbed them?

613
00:44:52,875 --> 00:44:54,167
Well.

614
00:44:54,792 --> 00:44:56,875
Ive been wrong before.

615
00:44:57,708 --> 00:44:59,792
Im not saying youre right all the time, cause youre not.

616
00:45:02,583 --> 00:45:04,042
But...

617
00:45:06,125 --> 00:45:09,167
you brought us all together and...

618
00:45:10,083 --> 00:45:12,375
theres only one leader.

619
00:45:12,917 --> 00:45:14,708
Well, thats it.

620
00:45:18,333 --> 00:45:20,500
Gisburne, get on!

621
00:45:31,375 --> 00:45:35,292
Hello! Do you realize you are the tallest man in Sherwood now?

622
00:45:35,417 --> 00:45:36,500
Eh?

623
00:45:39,583 --> 00:45:40,875
Now!

624
00:45:54,542 --> 00:45:57,833
I cant say I approve of your company, de Talmont.

625
00:45:58,125 --> 00:45:59,417
Though theres not much to choose

626
00:45:59,542 --> 00:46:02,875
between outlaws and outcasts, is there?

627
00:46:03,250 --> 00:46:05,000
Dont move!

628
00:46:07,667 --> 00:46:09,167
Wheres Gisburne?

629
00:46:09,250 --> 00:46:11,042
He took my daughter.

630
00:46:11,625 --> 00:46:14,292
Yes, I thought that must be it.

631
00:46:14,667 --> 00:46:17,708
Hes very susceptible.

632
00:46:19,250 --> 00:46:21,667
And the King of Sherwood?

633
00:46:23,250 --> 00:46:25,083
Captain, the boy.

634
00:46:26,375 --> 00:46:27,917
No!

635
00:46:31,417 --> 00:46:33,250
Hes hunting Gisburne.

636
00:46:33,333 --> 00:46:35,917
How ironic! So am I!

637
00:46:37,292 --> 00:46:40,375
But I seem to have done even better than I dare to hope.

638
00:46:42,167 --> 00:46:43,667
Down!

639
00:46:47,250 --> 00:46:49,083
Get down!

640
00:46:50,500 --> 00:46:52,167
How did you find us?

641
00:46:52,292 --> 00:46:54,167
We found your servant.

642
00:46:54,500 --> 00:46:58,000
And after a little persuasion

643
00:46:58,417 --> 00:47:00,500
she told us you were heading for Lincoln.

644
00:47:01,250 --> 00:47:03,542
Keeping off the roads, of course.

645
00:47:10,417 --> 00:47:12,167
The Sheriffs got them.

646
00:47:12,333 --> 00:47:13,958
Has he?
Yes.

647
00:47:14,083 --> 00:47:16,417
Well, lets do it now.
We cant, Will!

648
00:47:17,000 --> 00:47:19,500
What dyou mean we cant?
Children.

649
00:47:19,583 --> 00:47:22,875
Captain, search the baggage.

650
00:47:23,000 --> 00:47:24,292
Soldier.

651
00:47:52,875 --> 00:47:55,625
What beautiful workmanship, de Talmont.

652
00:47:57,000 --> 00:47:58,833
It must be priceless!

653
00:47:58,958 --> 00:48:01,042
Any other trinkets?

654
00:48:03,583 --> 00:48:06,750
Ah, a book?

655
00:48:08,000 --> 00:48:09,583
Let me see it.

656
00:48:09,667 --> 00:48:11,333
I warn you, Sheriff.

657
00:48:11,417 --> 00:48:12,833
Warn me?

658
00:48:14,667 --> 00:48:16,083
Warn me?

659
00:48:17,125 --> 00:48:20,000
What is it? A book of spells?

660
00:48:21,875 --> 00:48:24,542
How to turn lead into gold perhaps?

661
00:48:24,625 --> 00:48:26,583
Do not open the book!

662
00:48:26,875 --> 00:48:28,875
How absurd!

663
00:48:29,625 --> 00:48:30,917
No!

664
00:48:37,958 --> 00:48:40,292
Sheriff...

665
00:48:40,500 --> 00:48:43,417
No! No!

666
00:48:45,708 --> 00:48:47,708
No!

667
00:48:50,333 --> 00:48:53,250
Keep away from me! Keep away!

668
00:48:54,625 --> 00:48:56,167
The serpents!

669
00:48:56,417 --> 00:48:58,000
The serpents!

670
00:48:58,333 --> 00:49:01,167
See how they curl like smoke!

671
00:49:01,750 --> 00:49:04,792
Thicker and thicker!

672
00:49:06,333 --> 00:49:07,917
There!

673
00:49:08,958 --> 00:49:10,417
There!

674
00:49:10,542 --> 00:49:12,625
There! There!

675
00:49:15,542 --> 00:49:18,667
My hands! My hands!

676
00:49:18,708 --> 00:49:20,917
Theyre rotting! Rotting!

677
00:49:21,750 --> 00:49:23,750
Look! See?

678
00:49:23,875 --> 00:49:27,375
See the leeches, the leeches?

679
00:49:27,542 --> 00:49:29,792
Theyre all plotting against me!

680
00:49:30,250 --> 00:49:33,417
Theyre pulling me down! Down!

681
00:49:34,292 --> 00:49:37,875
Fingers, fingers at my throat!

682
00:49:39,250 --> 00:49:42,000
See, the dead are coming out of their graves!

683
00:49:43,667 --> 00:49:46,625
Theyre dragging me under the slime!

684
00:49:48,250 --> 00:49:49,792
I cant breathe!

685
00:49:50,208 --> 00:49:51,750
I cant breathe!

686
00:49:52,667 --> 00:49:56,208
Get them away! Get them away from me!

687
00:49:57,167 --> 00:49:58,875
Their breath,

688
00:49:58,958 --> 00:50:02,000
the stinking stinking breath!

689
00:50:03,125 --> 00:50:06,250
One night theyll come! Theyll come when Im asleep!

690
00:50:06,583 --> 00:50:11,167
And the daggers will stab, stab, stab!

691
00:50:24,292 --> 00:50:26,583
Do you know who I am, Sheriff?

692
00:50:41,667 --> 00:50:43,333
Tie him up!

693
00:50:44,167 --> 00:50:47,000
Are you gonna hang us?
You havent been judged.

694
00:50:47,583 --> 00:50:50,375
Who accuses these men?
I accuse them.

695
00:50:53,125 --> 00:50:55,625
They plotted to kill my father.

696
00:50:56,583 --> 00:50:58,375
To kill all of us.

697
00:50:59,375 --> 00:51:02,292
They murdered the Jews in Nottingham.

698
00:51:03,250 --> 00:51:06,333
Eye for eye, tooth for tooth.

699
00:51:07,667 --> 00:51:09,375
They must die!

700
00:51:09,667 --> 00:51:12,417
And I say, let them live.

701
00:51:14,167 --> 00:51:17,167
The most beautiful thing anyone can do, Sarah,

702
00:51:18,125 --> 00:51:19,917
is forgive.

703
00:51:21,167 --> 00:51:24,792
It is also the sweetest form of revenge.

704
00:51:27,917 --> 00:51:30,625
Youve been sentenced, Sheriff.

705
00:51:32,167 --> 00:51:34,083
On your way!

706
00:51:46,667 --> 00:51:49,542
Youll be our guests until youre ready to leave for Lincoln.

707
00:51:52,167 --> 00:51:54,375
And Nasir will show you the way.

708
00:52:01,875 --> 00:52:05,917
Sir, what did he see in the book that made him go mad?

709
00:52:12,375 --> 00:52:15,208
His own wickedness?

710
00:52:15,417 --> 00:52:19,917
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