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John! Little John!

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Meg!

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Ive got something for you, Meg.

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Oh, flowers!
Shh! Not so loud!

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Oh, John, its beautiful!

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Ive picked them myself, you know.

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Welcome to Hernes Son and his lady!

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Blessed be!
Blessed be!

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Amen!
Aye.

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And amen too, Friar!

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Weve invaded your kingdom, Robin.

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Sherwood should belong to everyone.

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Even Guy the Gamekeeper?

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No.
No?

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No.
No.

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No.
Come!

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Gisburne!

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Gisburne!

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You are holding one of my servants.

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I want him released!

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Hes been released.

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When?
After he was sentenced.

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You sentenced him?

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Certainly. I caught him poaching.

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Gisburne.

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His right hand, my lord.
Gisburne!

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I would remind you that as Sheriff I have every...

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Sheriff? Youre not Sheriff!

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My brother appointed you his deputy!

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And in my opinion, he was out of his mind!

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As Sheriff, my lord Abbot,

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I have every right to administer justice as I see fit!

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All right, Gisburne, all right.

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Its obvious the whole thing has gone to your head.

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You have mutilated my servant

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and I dont intend to let the matter rest.

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When my brother returns from London...

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I shall tell him!

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What are you doing here?
I sent for them!

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Alarmed with the sudden increase in poaching, no doubt.

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No wonder they call you Guy the Gamekeeper!

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Have they given you an explanation?
They were about to.

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Well?

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I dont rightly know what to say, my lord.

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Theres always more poaching this time oyear.

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Always?
On account of the Blessing.

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Blessing? What are you talking about?
Never heard of it, have you?

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My lord, if you interrupts once more...
Go on, go on!

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Its an old festival the people of Sherwood keep,

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sort of a celebration like, to the coming of summer.

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Goes back, ooh, hundreds oyears.

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It begins tonight.
Does it?

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Well, my lord, theres feasting in Sherwood.

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And, you see, nothing can be killed

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during the time of the Blessing.

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No blood must be shed.

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So they shed it beforehand.

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Is that what youre trying to say?

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Yes, my lord.
And you let them?

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No, my lord! But its hard to prevent.

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So you turn a blind eye to it?
No, my lord!

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I think you do!

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You know when this orgy takes place

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and so you stay out of the way!

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No, my lord, we dont...
Be silent!

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You say it starts tonight.

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Yes, my lord.

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I wouldnt do anything silly, Gisburne.

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Sherwoods no place to be after dark.

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Dyou think Im afraid of shadows?
No, I dont.

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But what about your men?

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Soon I shall have men who fear nothing.

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English ale!

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De Nivelle!

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Your aim is improving, my friend!

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Thank you, my lord!

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De Nivelle!

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He is Brabancon! He is Brabancon! [in French]

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Mark, come up here!

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Boy, boy, fetch Robin!

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A splendid place!

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A splendid place!

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Come, my lords.

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Bertrand!

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My old friend!

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His old friend.
His old friend.

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Its been a long time.

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It has indeed!

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Welcome to Nottingham!

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Youve been in the wars, I see.

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Yes. Thats why youre here.

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And youve a score to settle?

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Yes.

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But... but later, later.

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And youve put on weight.

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Nonsense! Not an ounce!

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You were a damned sight thinner at Argentan.

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We starved at Argentan!
Maybe.

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But we fought like tigers, didnt we?

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Tigers!

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Back to back.

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Knee deep in blood.

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A sword, my lord.

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And the massacre at Montauban, you remember that?

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When you were trapped under your horse and I...

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No! There was not me.

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Well, but yes, yes, it was, Bertrand.
No, Guy.

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Youre mistaken me for someone else.

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But... I remember when we stormed Chauvigny,

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you fell off the siege ladder

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and killed two of my best men.

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But it was you under that horse!
No, Guy! No.

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Anyway, here we are

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at your command,

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ready to serve you,

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if you can afford it.

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Come.

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Hes coming.

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The daring shall triumph!

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That is the old motto of the Nivelles.

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What are you?
The Abbot Hugo de Rainault.

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Your servant, my lord.

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Bertrand de Nivelle.

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Yes, Ive heard of you.

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One of the finest soldiers in Europe!

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And one of the richest.

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Thats true.

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Fighting is nearly as profitable as praying!

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What are you doing here?

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Because he asked us here!

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Brabancon cut-throats!

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Watch your tongue, priest!

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Dont you speak to me like that!

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Ill speak to you as I like. As I speak to any man,

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even one in skirts!

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Ill have you excommunicated!

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Too late. Its already been done.

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How much are you paying them?
Thats his business!

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Exactly! Im Sheriff!

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Youll never be Sheriff.

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I want them out of Nottingham!

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Were here for a purpose and we intend staying!

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I know your purpose. Rape and pillage.

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Oh!

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Whos to blame for killing most of the deer in Sherwood?

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So thats it!

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With their help Im going to kill Robin Hood

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and every man and woman and child who supports him.

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Youre out of your depth, Gisburne!

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And youre out of order, priest!

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Excommunicated?

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Maybe try with woman, John!

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Right.

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You got me angry now, Naz!

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Come on, Nasir.

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This isnt wrestling!

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But it works!
Uh?

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Robin! Robin!

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Tom! What are you doing in Sherwood?

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Come on, they have smashin everything!

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Its Gisburne.
Strangers!

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Come on!

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Brabancons.

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Why did they do it?
Its their idea of a good time.

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I made them welcomed.

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Gave em everything they wanted.

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They drank too much. Went wild.

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I thought they were going to kill us all.

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Brabancons. Mercenaries.

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Land pirates.

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The worst kind.

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It was men like these that killed Scarlets wife.

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Which way did they go?

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Nottingham.

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Well?

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Why not?

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Because theyre mounted and well never catch them!

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Hes right.

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Well get them.

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I promise you. Well get them.

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Im looking for venison and the means of acquiring it.

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Youre wasting your time, my lord.

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Theres nothing here. I swear it.

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You swear it, do you?

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Whats that?
An altar.

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An altar? With antlers on it?

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Thats proof of poaching.

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Those antlers are nigh on a hundred years old.

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If you want the man who killed that stag,

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youll have to dig him up.

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You call this law?

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The only law.

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My lord!

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This tree!
Aye. Hung with flowers.

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So this is your hiding place!

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No, my lord.

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The tree is sacred.

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A holy tree!

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No, my lord.

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The tree is sacred to Herne!

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Nothing.
Nothing?

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No bows, no arrows and not even a smell of venison.

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Eh!

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Youll burn in hell, you filthy heathens!

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What a hero!

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I beg you, my lord!

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Ill teach you to worship trees,

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you blasphemous villain!

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Hes cursed!

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Herne,

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Lord of the Trees,

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let him see your power!

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Let the terror of darkness hunt him down

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and hold him in the coldness of death.

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Im not talking about poaching.

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Im talking about blasphemy, paganism.

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Herne the Hunter.
Are you?

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And what brought on this surge of missionary zeal?

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Im suprised youre so complaisant about it!

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I thought the Church was supposed to condemn witchcraft.

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Were not talking about witchcraft, Gisburne.

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As long as they come to Mass,

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have their children baptised,

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are married and buried as Christians,

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Im not too bothered what they get up to.

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You leave well alone, Gisburne,

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or you may find the old gods arent quite as dead as you think.

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Dead? Theyve never existed!

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Thatll do! Get a scribe.

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Im going to write to my brother.

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That young man has gone much too far!

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There, lass.

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Be all right!

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By God,

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Ill kill the man who did this.

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Satisfied now are you?

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Which way?
Towards Elderford.

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Elderford.

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Er, if we cross the stream at Denley well cut em off.

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Denley. Lets go!

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We cant.

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Cant?

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What dyou mean cant?
Its the time of the Blessing, Will.

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If you shed blood,

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then Hernes blessing will be denied

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and the harvest will fail.

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Youre Hernes Son!

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No bloodshed.
Why not?

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Herne forbids it!

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Then you tell it to the Brabancons!

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Aye. Go on. Go to them, Robin!

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Tell them its the time of the Blessing!

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Tell them we cant fight back!

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Tell them well be powerless for two whole days!

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Theyll raid every village!
Aye!

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I know they will.

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And youre gonna let them?
No.

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Now, well capture them.

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Unharmed.

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May Herne the Hunter, Lord of the Trees, protect us!

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Herne, protect us!

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This seals the bond between we of the forest

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and you of the village.

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Between the outlawed and the oppressed.

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Blessed be.

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Blessed be.

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Beautiful stream!

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Beautiful forest!

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However we are wasting our time.

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Im hungry and very, very thirsty.

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Get back!

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Take cover! Now! Now!
Gisburne!

273
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Can you hear me, Gisburne?
Its Robin Hood!

274
00:25:54,958 --> 00:25:58,042
I dont like the company youre keeping!

275
00:26:00,042 --> 00:26:02,958
Pay em off and you can all leave Sherwood.

276
00:26:04,000 --> 00:26:06,792
Alive?
Alive!

277
00:26:08,167 --> 00:26:10,125
Why let us go?

278
00:26:14,417 --> 00:26:17,333
Were sitting ducks. You couldve killed all of us.

279
00:26:17,458 --> 00:26:19,208
Why didnt you?

280
00:26:23,708 --> 00:26:26,375
Its because its the time of the Blessing, isnt it?

281
00:26:26,708 --> 00:26:28,708
It didnt take long.
Uh-huh.

282
00:26:32,542 --> 00:26:34,542
Get them!

283
00:26:36,417 --> 00:26:38,167
Forward! [in French]

284
00:26:39,625 --> 00:26:41,083
No, wait!

285
00:26:42,125 --> 00:26:43,458
Now!

286
00:26:45,458 --> 00:26:48,292
Theyre escaping! After them, you idiots!

287
00:26:50,667 --> 00:26:52,333
Come back, you fools!

288
00:27:09,958 --> 00:27:11,375
Now!

289
00:27:32,958 --> 00:27:34,958
No further!
Are you out of your mind?

290
00:27:35,042 --> 00:27:38,292
Am I? Why only two of them?

291
00:27:38,375 --> 00:27:40,667
Why show themselves?

292
00:27:41,208 --> 00:27:43,042
Come on, come on!

293
00:27:44,417 --> 00:27:45,958
An ambush?

294
00:27:46,083 --> 00:27:49,542
It has to be. A bloodless one.

295
00:27:49,625 --> 00:27:52,125
A bloodless one!
A bloodless one!

296
00:27:53,292 --> 00:27:55,125
Theyre not falling for it!

297
00:27:55,667 --> 00:27:58,042
Robin, why theyve stopped?

298
00:27:59,708 --> 00:28:02,458
Maybe Gisburnes learning to think.

299
00:28:03,167 --> 00:28:05,375
Oh, that makes him dangerous!

300
00:28:06,083 --> 00:28:09,292
So thats your Robin ood?

301
00:28:09,708 --> 00:28:11,083
Yes.

302
00:28:11,625 --> 00:28:14,833
And hes powerless until after the Blessing.

303
00:28:15,458 --> 00:28:16,667
Well eat at Wickham.

304
00:28:16,792 --> 00:28:19,833
And there we will find out where they hold their holy rites.

305
00:28:19,958 --> 00:28:22,042
That could be interesting.

306
00:28:22,542 --> 00:28:24,292
Theyre turning back!

307
00:28:25,792 --> 00:28:27,125
Blessing?

308
00:28:27,208 --> 00:28:30,375
Not much for blessing for us? Was it?

309
00:28:50,250 --> 00:28:52,208
Father! Father!

310
00:28:52,625 --> 00:28:55,542
Soldiers! Soldiers!

311
00:28:56,875 --> 00:29:00,375
Peter! Peter! Come on! Get inside!

312
00:29:00,458 --> 00:29:02,625
Come inside! You, Peter!

313
00:29:03,167 --> 00:29:04,958
Hurry up!

314
00:29:12,042 --> 00:29:13,792
You!

315
00:29:19,708 --> 00:29:22,542
My lord.
Bring us food!

316
00:29:22,625 --> 00:29:24,708
All you want, my lord.

317
00:29:25,375 --> 00:29:27,333
Apart from venison.

318
00:29:28,250 --> 00:29:31,292
No venison? No venison!

319
00:29:39,708 --> 00:29:42,625
Do you like handsome men, eh?

320
00:29:42,958 --> 00:29:45,042
Yeah. Dyou know any?

321
00:29:50,292 --> 00:29:55,125
Er... My lords, the mummers, the maskers have come.

322
00:29:55,667 --> 00:29:57,042
Maskers?

323
00:29:57,125 --> 00:29:58,875
A play, my lord.

324
00:29:59,000 --> 00:30:01,708
Part of your heathen ritual, is it?

325
00:30:01,792 --> 00:30:03,375
There aint no harm in it.

326
00:30:03,458 --> 00:30:05,250
Ill be the judge of that!

327
00:30:05,375 --> 00:30:07,208
Hell be the judge!

328
00:30:39,708 --> 00:30:42,750
In comes I, Saint George is my name.

329
00:30:43,292 --> 00:30:47,042
With my great sword I mean to win this game.

330
00:30:47,625 --> 00:30:50,250
If I could meet the Saracen Knight here

331
00:30:50,375 --> 00:30:54,958
Id fight him and bite him and stick my sword in his ear.

332
00:30:59,625 --> 00:31:03,167
Then in comes I, the Saracen Knight.

333
00:31:03,292 --> 00:31:05,542
Ive come from the farthest...

334
00:31:06,500 --> 00:31:09,208
Lands!
...lands to fight.

335
00:31:09,292 --> 00:31:11,625
Ive come to fight Saint Peter the Bold.

336
00:31:11,708 --> 00:31:14,625
George, George!
George?

337
00:31:15,042 --> 00:31:16,625
...George the Bold.

338
00:31:17,042 --> 00:31:21,083
And if his blood runs hot, Ill make it cold.

339
00:31:23,583 --> 00:31:26,208
Battle to battle to you I call.

340
00:31:26,500 --> 00:31:29,625
To see who on this ground shall fall.

341
00:31:30,458 --> 00:31:33,375
Battle to battle to thee I pray.

342
00:31:33,458 --> 00:31:37,208
To see who on this ground shall lay.

343
00:31:40,667 --> 00:31:43,875
Oh, doctor, doctor! Where can a doctor be?

344
00:31:44,000 --> 00:31:47,208
To cure my son who lies like a fallen tree?

345
00:31:47,333 --> 00:31:50,125
In comes I, a doctor good.

346
00:31:50,458 --> 00:31:54,542
And with these hands Ill stop the scarlet blood.

347
00:31:55,125 --> 00:31:57,458
What can you cure?
Anything.

348
00:31:57,542 --> 00:32:00,042
I can cure a magpie with toothache.

349
00:32:00,125 --> 00:32:03,292
How?
Cut its head off!

350
00:32:04,000 --> 00:32:06,792
With this bag I can cure all ills.

351
00:32:07,958 --> 00:32:10,958
The itch, stitch, palsy and gout!

352
00:32:11,292 --> 00:32:14,542
Pains within and pains without.

353
00:32:17,042 --> 00:32:19,542
Rise up!

354
00:32:19,625 --> 00:32:23,792
Once I was dead and now Im alive.

355
00:32:23,875 --> 00:32:28,583
Blessed be the doctor, who did me revive!

356
00:33:26,375 --> 00:33:29,542
Itll be dark soon, Guy.

357
00:33:32,042 --> 00:33:34,292
Its a pity youll miss the Blessing.

358
00:33:36,083 --> 00:33:37,750
Youre badly in need of one!

359
00:33:37,875 --> 00:33:39,708
Ill kill the lot of you!

360
00:33:40,125 --> 00:33:42,333
Single-handed.

361
00:34:16,625 --> 00:34:19,208
What about Gisburne and his mates?

362
00:34:19,292 --> 00:34:22,750
Well, you cant exactly let em go.
Well, we cant exactly kill them either.

363
00:34:22,875 --> 00:34:25,375
Why?
Well, theyre prisoners, Will!

364
00:34:25,667 --> 00:34:28,458
Then Ill do it!
You cant kill prisoners.

365
00:34:29,000 --> 00:34:30,792
Look, when I was a soldier,

366
00:34:30,875 --> 00:34:33,708
we killed everyone we captured.

367
00:34:33,792 --> 00:34:35,458
And youve spared Gisburne twice.

368
00:34:36,083 --> 00:34:38,458
Aint exactly showed himself grateful, has he?

369
00:34:39,708 --> 00:34:42,125
If we kill Gisburne in cold blood

370
00:34:42,208 --> 00:34:44,708
then wed be no better than he is.

371
00:34:45,250 --> 00:34:47,458
What makes you think we are?

372
00:34:48,167 --> 00:34:50,958
But what... what about the men at arms weve killed?

373
00:34:51,083 --> 00:34:53,292
How dyou feel about them?

374
00:34:53,792 --> 00:34:57,625
If you kill Gisburne then youll be doing the world a favour.

375
00:34:59,708 --> 00:35:03,375
And as for that bunch of mercenary scum

376
00:35:03,708 --> 00:35:07,125
the sooner we send them back to hell the better.

377
00:35:09,958 --> 00:35:12,625
We cant do it, Will.

378
00:35:13,167 --> 00:35:14,417
All right.

379
00:35:14,625 --> 00:35:17,250
Then youd better come up with an answer,

380
00:35:17,333 --> 00:35:19,000
cause if you dont,

381
00:35:19,417 --> 00:35:23,583
all these people, your people are gonna die.

382
00:35:41,833 --> 00:35:45,667
Water.
Theyll never fall for it!

383
00:35:45,750 --> 00:35:49,125
I dont intend having my throat cut!

384
00:36:01,500 --> 00:36:03,708
De Nivelle!

385
00:37:26,000 --> 00:37:27,833
Listen!

386
00:37:30,542 --> 00:37:32,250
This way!

387
00:38:22,000 --> 00:38:23,792
My friends!

388
00:38:24,625 --> 00:38:26,417
My friends!

389
00:38:29,708 --> 00:38:31,917
Soon Herne will come before us,

390
00:38:32,042 --> 00:38:34,125
as hes done since the beginning,

391
00:38:34,208 --> 00:38:36,583
to bless us and make us fruitful,

392
00:38:36,708 --> 00:38:39,208
us and our animals and crops.

393
00:38:39,542 --> 00:38:41,708
So, like we did last night

394
00:38:41,792 --> 00:38:44,208
let us sit quietly among the trees

395
00:38:44,542 --> 00:38:46,500
and await his coming.

396
00:38:49,625 --> 00:38:51,625
Robin Hood!

397
00:39:11,083 --> 00:39:13,875
No! Not yet!

398
00:39:14,208 --> 00:39:17,208
I want to kill their god before their eyes.

399
00:39:17,333 --> 00:39:20,042
Hell need more than a doctor to resurrect him!

400
00:40:00,958 --> 00:40:02,625
Look there!

401
00:40:36,833 --> 00:40:39,625
Quickly! Take cover! Come on!

402
00:40:40,167 --> 00:40:42,000
Go! Go!

403
00:40:44,708 --> 00:40:46,750
Hurry up! Quick!

404
00:40:56,417 --> 00:40:58,583
De Nivelle!

405
00:41:14,000 --> 00:41:15,792
De Nivelle!

406
00:41:26,833 --> 00:41:27,958
There!

407
00:41:28,083 --> 00:41:30,958
Bertrand! Bertrand!

408
00:41:32,500 --> 00:41:35,083
Take cover!
Save the children!

409
00:41:35,167 --> 00:41:36,167
Come on!

410
00:41:36,250 --> 00:41:38,125
Go! Go!

411
00:41:38,875 --> 00:41:40,667
Bertrand!

412
00:41:41,792 --> 00:41:43,583
De Nivelle!

413
00:42:17,542 --> 00:42:18,875
Herne!

414
00:42:19,000 --> 00:42:20,792
You played your part well!

415
00:42:20,875 --> 00:42:23,667
Well, I know the forest. And Gisburne doesnt.

416
00:42:24,625 --> 00:42:26,292
Hes lost.

417
00:42:26,500 --> 00:42:29,708
Please, let me finish him!

418
00:42:29,833 --> 00:42:31,917
Leave him to the forest!

419
00:42:32,000 --> 00:42:34,417
Leave him to the trees!

420
00:42:35,042 --> 00:42:37,542
You see your god become man.

421
00:42:37,625 --> 00:42:40,250
An old riddle, my children.

422
00:42:40,333 --> 00:42:42,333
There is nothing to fear.

423
00:42:42,458 --> 00:42:44,500
The Blessing has been made.

424
00:43:08,583 --> 00:43:11,500
<i>Itll be dark soon, Guy.</i>

425
00:43:11,833 --> 00:43:14,417
<i>Its a pity youll miss the Blessing.</i>

426
00:43:14,542 --> 00:43:16,875
<i>Youre badly in need of one!</i>

427
00:43:16,958 --> 00:43:19,333
<i>Gisburne!</i>

428
00:43:19,500 --> 00:43:21,708
<i>Gisburne! Gisburne!</i>

429
00:43:22,042 --> 00:43:24,375
<i>Gisburne! Gisburne!</i>

430
00:43:24,500 --> 00:43:26,417
<i>Gisburne!</i>

431
00:43:26,792 --> 00:43:30,792
<i>Hear me and heed me!</i>

432
00:43:31,083 --> 00:43:35,042
<i>For I am Herne, Lord of the Trees!</i>

433
00:43:35,375 --> 00:43:37,333
No!

434
00:43:41,208 --> 00:43:43,458
<i>Gisburne! Can you hear me, Gisburne?</i>

435
00:43:43,875 --> 00:43:46,708
<i>Pay em off and you can all leave Sherwood.</i>

436
00:43:46,792 --> 00:43:48,792
<i>Alive?
Alive!</i>

437
00:43:49,708 --> 00:43:52,083
<i>Were not talking about witchcraft, Gisburne.</i>

438
00:43:52,208 --> 00:43:53,375
<i>Gisburne!</i>

439
00:43:53,500 --> 00:43:54,958
<i>Youre out of your depth, Gisburne!</i>

440
00:43:55,083 --> 00:43:57,417
<i>You leave well alone, Gisburne,</i>

441
00:43:57,542 --> 00:44:00,542
<i>or you may find the old gods arent quite as dead as you think.</i>

442
00:44:00,875 --> 00:44:03,667
<i>Dead? Theyve never existed!</i>

443
00:44:04,000 --> 00:44:05,042
<i>Gisburne!</i>

444
00:44:05,125 --> 00:44:07,625
<i>I would remind you that as Sheriff I have every...</i>

445
00:44:07,750 --> 00:44:10,792
<i>Youre not Sheriff! My brother appointed you his deputy!</i>

446
00:44:10,875 --> 00:44:13,042
<i>And in my opinion... Youre not Sheriff!</i>

447
00:44:13,167 --> 00:44:14,958
<i>My brother appointed you his deputy!</i>

448
00:44:15,042 --> 00:44:17,958
<i>And in my opinion, he was out of his mind!</i>

449
00:44:20,375 --> 00:44:22,750
<i>Youre out of your depth... Youre out of your depth...</i>

450
00:44:22,875 --> 00:44:24,500
<i>Youre out of your depth...</i>

451
00:44:24,958 --> 00:44:26,833
<i>Blessing? What are you talking about?</i>

452
00:44:26,917 --> 00:44:29,208
<i>Gisburne! Gisburne!</i>

453
00:44:30,250 --> 00:44:31,583
<i>Ill teach you to worship trees,</i>

454
00:44:31,708 --> 00:44:34,292
<i>you blasphemous villain!</i>

455
00:44:34,417 --> 00:44:36,500
<i>You call this law?
The only law.</i>

456
00:44:36,625 --> 00:44:38,458
<i>Youll burn in hell you filthy heathens!</i>

457
00:44:38,583 --> 00:44:40,458
<i>Youll burn in hell you filthy heathens!</i>

458
00:44:41,083 --> 00:44:42,750
<i>I wouldnt do anything silly, Gisburne.</i>

459
00:44:42,875 --> 00:44:45,583
<i>Sherwoods no place to be after dark.</i>

460
00:44:46,083 --> 00:44:47,750
<i>I wouldnt do anything silly, Gisburne.</i>

461
00:44:47,875 --> 00:44:50,542
<i>Sherwoods no place to be after dark.</i>

462
00:44:50,917 --> 00:44:52,500
<i>Gisburne!</i>

463
00:44:53,875 --> 00:44:55,375
<i>Gisburne!</i>

464
00:44:56,542 --> 00:44:58,125
<i>Gisburne!</i>

465
00:45:00,250 --> 00:45:03,458
Save me! Save me!

466
00:45:04,958 --> 00:45:07,458
Save you? What are you talking about?

467
00:45:10,667 --> 00:45:12,208
The forest!

468
00:45:14,500 --> 00:45:16,208
The trees!

469
00:45:16,583 --> 00:45:18,292
The trees!

470
00:45:18,375 --> 00:45:20,750
Save you from the trees?

471
00:45:21,083 --> 00:45:23,708
Have you been drinking?

472
00:45:23,792 --> 00:45:25,542
<i>Gisburne! Can you hear me, Gisburne?</i>

473
00:45:26,292 --> 00:45:29,708
<i>Pay em off and you can all leave Sherwood.</i>

474
00:45:29,833 --> 00:45:31,833
Oh, no!

475
00:45:31,917 --> 00:45:34,375
<i>We are not talking about witchcraft, Gisburne!</i>

476
00:45:34,542 --> 00:45:36,083
<i>Gisburne!</i>

477
00:45:37,208 --> 00:45:40,250
I warned you, didnt I, Gisburne?

478
00:45:52,333 --> 00:45:55,250
Know, by the devil, I need a drink!

479
00:45:57,125 --> 00:45:58,792
Remember us?
Aye, my lord.

480
00:45:58,875 --> 00:46:00,958
Then bring us ale, man!
Very well, indeed.

481
00:46:01,792 --> 00:46:04,708
Hey! Oi! Hey! New benches!

482
00:46:11,708 --> 00:46:13,708
De Nivelle!

483
00:46:18,167 --> 00:46:20,875
The devil knows, whats happened to Gisburne.

484
00:46:22,458 --> 00:46:26,083
Hey, Monsieur. What is that?

485
00:46:26,375 --> 00:46:29,000
Ale, is it? English ale?

486
00:46:29,542 --> 00:46:32,875
It smells bad!

487
00:46:34,708 --> 00:46:38,583
Here, try some of mine.

488
00:46:41,083 --> 00:46:43,042
What dyou think of it? Taste any better?

489
00:46:43,583 --> 00:46:45,958
No. He did not like it!

490
00:46:46,083 --> 00:46:48,000
But hell still have to pay for it, wont he?

491
00:46:48,083 --> 00:46:51,083
Go on! Pay, my friend!

492
00:46:51,167 --> 00:46:54,000
Hey, are you deaf?

493
00:46:54,125 --> 00:46:56,083
Dumb then? Maybe hes dumb?

494
00:46:56,208 --> 00:46:58,042
Hello! Speak up!

495
00:46:59,708 --> 00:47:01,917
No.
He can talk!

496
00:47:02,042 --> 00:47:03,875
The ape can talk!

497
00:47:05,042 --> 00:47:08,042
Go on! Pay, my friend!

498
00:47:08,167 --> 00:47:10,667
And theyll have one too.

499
00:47:13,375 --> 00:47:16,292
He said, your money!

500
00:48:15,458 --> 00:48:18,042
Goodbye, my brave men! [in French]

501
00:48:33,083 --> 00:48:34,083
Oh!

502
00:48:57,042 --> 00:48:59,208
Youre dead man, peasant!

503
00:48:59,292 --> 00:49:01,292
I dont feel dead.

504
00:49:49,000 --> 00:49:50,542
Stay there, Will!

505
00:49:53,292 --> 00:49:55,125
Stay, Tuck!

506
00:50:02,750 --> 00:50:04,833
Will, get back!

507
00:50:07,958 --> 00:50:09,542
I think I take you with me.

508
00:50:12,542 --> 00:50:14,542
As a keep safe.

509
00:50:39,000 --> 00:50:41,292
De Nivelle!

510
00:51:19,708 --> 00:51:22,875
If any of you, Barbancons, ever return to Sherwood,

511
00:51:22,958 --> 00:51:27,042
I swear by Herne the Hunter, youll be buried here!

512
00:51:29,125 --> 00:51:30,458
Will!

513
00:51:34,833 --> 00:51:37,125
Go on! Go on!

514
00:51:37,333 --> 00:51:39,125
Go on!

515
00:51:39,333 --> 00:51:43,792
Subtitles: SHERWOOD FOREST, 2017
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