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Its Tuck.

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Aye, so it is.

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Whos that with him?

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For a moment I thought...

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It means trouble, does this?

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I can smell it!

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You said youd never leave Sherwood.

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Changed my mind.

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Good to see you.

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How are you, John?

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Whos this?

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Robert of Huntingdon.

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Whats he want with us?

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Your help.

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Didnt I say?

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Its Marion.

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Shes been captured by Lord Owen of Clun.

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Has she?
John, you must listen!

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Youre wasting your time!

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Were shepherds now!

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I saved you from the Sheriff.

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Its true, John.

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So you were the Hooded Man, were you?
I was.

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Then why didnt you join us?

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Hes the son of the Earl of Huntingdon.

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Is he?

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Is he?

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Then why dont you get his father to rescue Marion?

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Listen!

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Youre all the same, arent you?

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We saved Marions father once.

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Did he join us?

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No!

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He bought his way back into favour with King John.

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Marion was pardoned.

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Were we pardoned? No!

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Did Sir Richard lift a finger to help us?

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Were still looking over our shoulders, arent we?

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Still outlaws.

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Still on the run.

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And you come here.

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You believed in Robin, didnt you?

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Yes, I did.

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Why?

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Because the fire burned bright in him

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and for a while it warmed us all.

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Now hes gone and the fire went with him.

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Its all over.

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No.

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How could you understand?

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You ever starved?

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Ever been whipped because you forgot to lower your eyes

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when your masters rode by?

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No, not you.

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Because youre one of them!

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Little John? Little Brain more like!

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Youll pay for that!
No, John!

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Go on, John! Teach him a lesson!

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Come on, John. Teach me!

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Hes good.
Aye.

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Tricks, eh?

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Thats enough!

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Enough!

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Leave us in peace!

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Ever since I can remember,

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my fathers told me

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that one day Id become the Earl of Huntingdon.

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That was my destiny.

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That was my duty.

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Can you understand?

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When Robin died,

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Herne chose me

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to take his place.

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No one can take his place!

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Thats what I believed and why I couldnt do it.

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Even though I saw injustice everywhere.

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I lacked the courage.

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Then Marion came to Huntingdon.

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She was pale and lost.

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And her heart was broken.

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But whatever you think, shes still one of you.

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Youre not the only one who lacked the courage.

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I reckon, we all did.

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Ive tried to go back to what I was, a shepherd.

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But you cant go back!

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Not in your heart.

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Who taught you to use a quarterstaff?

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One of the guards in the castle.

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Taught you quite well.

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Im with you.

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If I dont come back youll find twenty seven pennies

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buried beneath the threshold.

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Keep your pennies!
Im coming with you!

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Youll do as I say!
John!

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No, lad, youre not.
Im coming!

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And dont call me lad!
Hes a man now, John.

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Hes to stay here and see to the sheep.

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Im coming!

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And dont try and stop me, John!

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Ive as much right to be part of this as anyone!

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More! Robin died for Marion and me!

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Hes right.
All right.

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Im convinced that Robert of Huntingdon is the Hooded Man.

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Let me track him down, my lord.

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Well do as you wish! Go!

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Robert of Huntingdon!

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What about Scarlet?
Hell take some finding.

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So will Nasir.

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He once told me he had a brother.

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Nasir?
No, you fool, Scarlet!

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Had an ale house he said.
Couldve gone there.

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Aye, could have.

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No telling, is there?

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No, Ive forgotten where it was.

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London?

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No, not London. It began with L though.

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Are you sure?
No, Im not sure, I think it did.

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Lincoln? Leicester?

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No, it werent either of them.

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Couldve been York.

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Thats not L.
I know it isnt.

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But you said it began with L.
I know what I said!

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Anyway, he wouldnt join us, not after that quarrel we had.

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Yes, wont be easy.

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Litchfield.

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Aye?
Litchfield!

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Thats where his brother lives.

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I knew it began with L.

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And itll end in ell if I know Scarlet.

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The feast of Arrianrhod is in three days.

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You will wed the girl.

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And this will make her more than willing.

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What have you seen?

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Nothing.

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Is there anyone in here called Scathlock?

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Yeah.

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Me.

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What dyou want?

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Wheres Will?

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Who are you?

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Friends of his.

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So?
Do you know where he is?

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Should I?

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Youre supposed to be his brother, arent you?

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What if I am?

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Look, friend...
No, you look, friend.

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Go on, look all you want.

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Can you see him? No.

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Then he isnt here, is he?

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On your way, friend.

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Just like his brother.

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You know where he is.

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Are you calling me a liar?
Not yet. Now fetch him.

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I wont stand here and be called a...
Fetch him!

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Who might you be?

156
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Hernes Son.

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Fill it up.

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Wheres the ale?
All right!

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What are you gonna do now?

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Persuade him.

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How?

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Well, Ive tried talking.

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Kill him!

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Tom Smith hasnt paid his rent for the last six months.

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Summon your men and follow me!

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I am Sir Guy of Gisburne.

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I dont care who you are.

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You cant just burst in on the Sheriffs sergeant like that.

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Its not how we do things in Litchfield!

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There are five wanted men in Litchfield!

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Five? I wouldnt worry if there was five or even fifty five!

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Get back to work!

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Fight him, not us!

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These men are dangerous outlaws

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with a price on their heads!

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Ambrose!

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Yes, cousin Sparrow?

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This is Sir Guy of Ginsbone.

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Gisburne!
All right, all right, no need for shouting!

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Where are the villains?
In the inn at the end of the street.

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Thats Scathlocks place, cousin Sparrow.

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I know what it is, cousin Ambrose.

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Scathlock.

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Serves the finest ale in Litchfield.

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Look, are you going to arrest these men or not?

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Arrest them? Why should I arrest them?

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I dont even know them!

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Youve heard of Robin Hood, I take it?

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And Little John and Will Scarlet?
Yeah, yeah, course I have!

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Theyre in Litchfield!

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Theyve every right to be in Litchfield! Its still daylight!

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Theyre wolfsheads!
In Nottingham, not Litchfield!

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Listen.

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Theyre worth thirty silver marks.

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Thirty.

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Each!

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Each.

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One hundred and fifty silver marks. Think of it!

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Ambrose!

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Yes, cousin Sparrow?
Get the others.

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Well done!

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Beauty, its all right!

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He always made me see red!

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Below!

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He might leave to regret that.

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Dont you ever do that again!

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Got you a drink.

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I still dont like you.

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Ill drink to that!

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Well have one on me.

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Amos!

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Well, its strong drink.

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Were very nearly ready.

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The watch!

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Make way for the watch! Make way for the watch!

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Make way for the watch! Make way for the watch!

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Whats all this about?

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Where are they?
Who?

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The outlaws.
What outlaws?

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Whats going on? Who is he?
Sir Guy of Gusborne.

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Gisburne!

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Search the place!

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Whats this?
The cellar.

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Open it up.
Theres no one down there!

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Ambrose!

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Move!

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Hes right, cousin Sparrow. Theres no one down there.

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Sergeant!

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Theyve escaped! The watch!

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He might fall!

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You forgot to close the trap-door, cousin Ambrose.

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True, cousin Sparrow.

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Sorry about that, Ginsberg.

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Who?

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The Earl of Huntingdon.

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Your father?

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And Herne chose him?
Yes.

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An Earls son?

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Scarlet, we need you!

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If we did get into Clun castle,

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you wouldnt get out.

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We must!

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Doesnt understand, does he?

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Were not sharp anymore!

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Not like we were.

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I mean, look at us! Look at me!

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Do you really think youdve beaten me

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if I hadnt be drunk?

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And look at you two.

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Been sitting on your bums for a year looking at sheep!

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And Tuck.

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Been stuffing your belly full of venison and sleeping all day.

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We used to be fast!

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Fast as wolves!

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No one could take us!

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We could go anywhere, do anything.

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Weve lost it.

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No, Scarlet, nothings forgotten!

259
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Nothings ever forgotten.

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What did you say?

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You heard me.

262
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No.

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It wasnt you I heard.

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Does it matter?

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It would take a miracle to pull it off!

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I mean, five of us.
Six.

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If we add Nasir.

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Much, we havent got him, have we?

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Where is he?
Well, I dont know.

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Could back with his own people.

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Could be dead.

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We could get others.

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Not like Nasir.

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Now!

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Enough!

276
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A killer, Grendel, a killer!

277
00:27:44,417 --> 00:27:46,458
Youve trained him well.

278
00:27:46,917 --> 00:27:50,583
Nasir, you win the blood game for me!

279
00:27:51,000 --> 00:27:54,458
Tomorrow, at my marriage feast!

280
00:28:25,000 --> 00:28:26,750
Nasir!

281
00:29:22,583 --> 00:29:24,292
Drink!

282
00:29:25,125 --> 00:29:29,875
And tonight your heart will burn

283
00:29:30,833 --> 00:29:33,667
with love-longing

284
00:29:33,958 --> 00:29:37,292
for my Lord of Clun!

285
00:29:41,375 --> 00:29:43,125
It is done!

286
00:29:43,292 --> 00:29:46,750
Let the women prepare her!

287
00:29:55,542 --> 00:29:59,000
Lord of Clun drinks

288
00:29:59,083 --> 00:30:00,917
to his wedding guests!

289
00:30:01,667 --> 00:30:04,833
Long life to Lord Owen!

290
00:30:06,958 --> 00:30:09,750
It is the feast of Arrianrhod.

291
00:30:11,292 --> 00:30:15,250
This day I become handfast to Marion of Leaford.

292
00:30:15,583 --> 00:30:19,417
And you shall bear witness to the wedding.

293
00:30:19,792 --> 00:30:22,417
Hail to the House of Clun!

294
00:30:22,667 --> 00:30:25,208
Hail to the Lord of Clun!

295
00:30:25,500 --> 00:30:27,583
And to his lady!

296
00:30:58,458 --> 00:31:02,042
Hail to thee, Arrianrhod!

297
00:31:02,125 --> 00:31:06,625
Earth Goddess, Mother of Men.

298
00:31:06,708 --> 00:31:09,458
Be fruitful in the embrace

299
00:31:09,583 --> 00:31:12,625
of the All-Father.

300
00:31:14,042 --> 00:31:17,292
Hail to thee, Marion!

301
00:31:17,667 --> 00:31:19,875
Come and worship

302
00:31:19,958 --> 00:31:22,833
at the feet of thy lord!

303
00:31:25,458 --> 00:31:27,083
Hail, Arrianrhod!

304
00:31:27,833 --> 00:31:29,458
Hail, Arrianrhod!

305
00:31:30,250 --> 00:31:31,875
Hail, Arrianrhod!

306
00:31:32,667 --> 00:31:34,292
Hail, Arrianrhod!

307
00:31:35,042 --> 00:31:36,667
Hail, Arrianrhod!

308
00:31:37,500 --> 00:31:39,125
Hail, Arrianrhod!

309
00:31:39,833 --> 00:31:41,458
Hail, Arrianrhod!

310
00:31:42,250 --> 00:31:43,875
Hail, Arrianrhod!

311
00:31:44,625 --> 00:31:46,250
Hail, Arrianrhod!

312
00:31:47,000 --> 00:31:48,625
Hail, Arrianrhod!

313
00:31:49,417 --> 00:31:51,042
Hail, Arrianrhod!

314
00:31:51,833 --> 00:31:53,458
Hail, Arrianrhod!

315
00:31:55,708 --> 00:31:57,833
Hail to thee, Owen!

316
00:31:58,125 --> 00:32:02,333
Take this woman as your wife.

317
00:32:16,917 --> 00:32:20,000
Hail to the Lord of Clun and to his lady!

318
00:32:20,250 --> 00:32:23,333
Hail to the Lord of Clun and to his lady!

319
00:32:23,583 --> 00:32:26,667
Hail to the Lord of Clun and to his lady!

320
00:32:26,917 --> 00:32:30,000
Hail to the Lord of Clun and to his lady!

321
00:32:40,958 --> 00:32:43,833
If Owens men see us, theyll light the signal fire.

322
00:32:45,333 --> 00:32:46,583
Five.

323
00:32:47,542 --> 00:32:48,667
Now!

324
00:32:59,250 --> 00:33:00,792
Youre aiming blind!

325
00:33:06,208 --> 00:33:07,375
I know.

326
00:33:35,833 --> 00:33:37,042
Warm work!

327
00:34:03,375 --> 00:34:05,542
Dyou challenge my champion, my lord?

328
00:34:05,625 --> 00:34:07,417
I challenge him, Owen!

329
00:34:11,708 --> 00:34:14,958
Two hundred marks, my man can kill him!

330
00:34:20,583 --> 00:34:22,167
Three hundred, he cant.

331
00:34:39,250 --> 00:34:40,542
Three hundred then!

332
00:34:44,125 --> 00:34:45,250
Done!

333
00:34:54,125 --> 00:34:55,542
Let the game begin!

334
00:35:48,458 --> 00:35:51,875
Remember me? Im Frederick the peddler.

335
00:35:52,208 --> 00:35:55,625
Linen, silk, spices from India.

336
00:35:55,917 --> 00:35:57,500
Pick it up!

337
00:36:12,542 --> 00:36:15,750
Ive got something in my basket that might interest you.

338
00:36:17,125 --> 00:36:18,375
Much!

339
00:36:27,917 --> 00:36:28,958
Come on!

340
00:37:03,583 --> 00:37:05,417
Dont take too long!

341
00:37:12,750 --> 00:37:16,375
Where is everyone? On a holiday?

342
00:38:52,958 --> 00:38:55,375
Ive seen that man fight before.

343
00:38:57,708 --> 00:39:00,458
Who will challenge my champion now?

344
00:39:02,875 --> 00:39:04,458
Oh, come, my lords!

345
00:39:04,583 --> 00:39:09,208
Ill lay ten marks to everyone of yours, thats a fair wager.

346
00:39:10,375 --> 00:39:12,208
Wholl challenge, eh?

347
00:39:15,667 --> 00:39:17,417
I will!

348
00:39:20,917 --> 00:39:22,417
Seize him!

349
00:39:24,875 --> 00:39:29,292
Ill fight your champion, but not for money.

350
00:39:30,458 --> 00:39:33,417
Youre too late, my young fighting cock!

351
00:39:35,250 --> 00:39:36,708
Shes mine!

352
00:39:38,958 --> 00:39:42,250
Is Owen of Clun fearful, he may lose his bride?

353
00:39:48,792 --> 00:39:52,292
I accept your challenge!
Yes!

354
00:39:52,458 --> 00:39:53,833
You fool!

355
00:39:53,958 --> 00:39:56,667
You think you just walk in here alone and take her from me?

356
00:39:57,167 --> 00:40:00,333
Ive a thousand men in the valley.
A thousand men?

357
00:40:01,042 --> 00:40:03,417
Youre too stupid to live!

358
00:40:03,500 --> 00:40:06,083
My guards would have lit the signal fires!

359
00:40:09,625 --> 00:40:11,250
Well, the arena is yours.

360
00:40:18,250 --> 00:40:21,167
Whatever the outcome, hes a dead man.

361
00:40:40,583 --> 00:40:43,708
I stay as I am.
As you wish.

362
00:41:04,708 --> 00:41:06,125
Begin!

363
00:41:25,250 --> 00:41:26,875
Kill him now!

364
00:41:39,500 --> 00:41:42,875
Whats happened to Tuck?
I dont know.

365
00:41:43,250 --> 00:41:45,250
He couldve lit every bonfire in England by now.

366
00:41:47,458 --> 00:41:50,167
The flames of hell would be easier to light.

367
00:42:28,750 --> 00:42:30,375
Nasir!

368
00:42:32,083 --> 00:42:35,125
I shouldve known, I shouldve known it was him!

369
00:42:50,500 --> 00:42:52,667
More breath, Lord!

370
00:43:22,708 --> 00:43:24,292
Nasir, no!

371
00:44:05,750 --> 00:44:08,292
Drop your swords, or Ill kill him!

372
00:44:12,417 --> 00:44:14,625
Youre coming with us!

373
00:44:15,167 --> 00:44:18,292
Anyone moves and its the end of the House of Clun!

374
00:44:18,417 --> 00:44:20,000
And you wouldnt want that, would you, Owen?

375
00:44:20,083 --> 00:44:21,417
Ill see you in hell!

376
00:44:21,500 --> 00:44:26,000
Maybe. Make one false move and you might be there first.

377
00:44:27,792 --> 00:44:29,000
Now move!

378
00:44:39,500 --> 00:44:42,833
The beacons alight, the castles under attack!

379
00:44:43,083 --> 00:44:45,375
A thousand men and you didnt believe me!

380
00:44:49,625 --> 00:44:51,333
The portcullis is up!

381
00:45:05,333 --> 00:45:08,917
The gatehouse has been attacked! Summon the guard!

382
00:45:14,875 --> 00:45:18,708
Stand still, if you value his life!

383
00:45:34,125 --> 00:45:36,083
Go back!

384
00:45:56,833 --> 00:45:59,583
Stand still you, dogs!

385
00:46:15,083 --> 00:46:16,417
Back!

386
00:46:25,583 --> 00:46:26,958
Back!

387
00:46:34,750 --> 00:46:36,375
Nasir, go!

388
00:46:40,500 --> 00:46:43,000
John, go!
Go on!

389
00:46:43,125 --> 00:46:44,250
Will.

390
00:46:48,333 --> 00:46:49,458
Now! Go!

391
00:46:58,792 --> 00:47:00,875
Much!
Much!

392
00:47:02,083 --> 00:47:03,500
Wheres Robert?

393
00:47:03,917 --> 00:47:05,292
Now!

394
00:47:11,625 --> 00:47:13,625
Come on!

395
00:47:26,375 --> 00:47:28,625
Come on!

396
00:47:36,625 --> 00:47:38,083
Much!

397
00:47:46,375 --> 00:47:48,500
Now, my lord!

398
00:47:50,208 --> 00:47:51,833
Much!

399
00:48:21,875 --> 00:48:24,625
They gave me something to drink.

400
00:48:24,750 --> 00:48:26,708
And then everything was like a dream.

401
00:48:27,208 --> 00:48:30,875
A nightmare. Until now.

402
00:48:32,417 --> 00:48:36,333
You saved me, all of you.

403
00:48:36,833 --> 00:48:38,583
Aye, little flower.

404
00:48:40,000 --> 00:48:42,083
Youre safe now.

405
00:48:43,292 --> 00:48:47,333
Owens dead.
Dead as skewered mutton.

406
00:48:49,125 --> 00:48:50,958
Nasir, you were there too.

407
00:48:54,500 --> 00:48:58,167
Robert, Robert of Huntingdon.

408
00:48:59,875 --> 00:49:00,958
Thank you!

409
00:49:07,750 --> 00:49:10,167
Sir Richard of Leaford.

410
00:49:15,625 --> 00:49:17,208
Its the last day of the month, Sir Richard.

411
00:49:17,708 --> 00:49:19,792
I know.
Wheres the money?

412
00:49:19,958 --> 00:49:23,250
Hugo, youre a man of God, I beg you.

413
00:49:23,292 --> 00:49:25,500
Oh, so youre begging again, are you?

414
00:49:25,875 --> 00:49:27,250
Show me some mercy.

415
00:49:27,917 --> 00:49:31,875
You did sign this, didnt you? You are Sir Richard of Leaford?

416
00:49:32,125 --> 00:49:34,583
I was desperate.
Of course, you were.

417
00:49:34,667 --> 00:49:36,250
Desperate to save your daughter.

418
00:49:36,708 --> 00:49:38,792
Quite understandable in the circumstances.

419
00:49:38,875 --> 00:49:40,750
Unfortunately you failed.

420
00:49:40,875 --> 00:49:42,542
And now youve failed again, havent you?

421
00:49:42,708 --> 00:49:45,125
Failed to discharge your debt.

422
00:49:45,292 --> 00:49:48,125
Most regretable, and Im afraid to say, Sir Richard,

423
00:49:48,333 --> 00:49:53,250
that as from today Leaford and your lands

424
00:49:53,625 --> 00:49:55,375
belong to us.

425
00:49:55,542 --> 00:49:57,833
So, no mercy then?

426
00:50:01,000 --> 00:50:02,417
None.

427
00:50:03,833 --> 00:50:06,875
Five hundred gold marks!

428
00:50:07,250 --> 00:50:10,458
Count them, you conniving villains!

429
00:50:10,583 --> 00:50:14,792
Id like to push every last piece down your rapacious throats!

430
00:50:14,917 --> 00:50:17,833
You cheated me! Betrayed me to Lord Owen!

431
00:50:18,125 --> 00:50:20,208
Your precious soldiers deserted me.

432
00:50:21,750 --> 00:50:24,417
You saw to that, didnt you, Gisburne?

433
00:50:24,875 --> 00:50:26,417
Well?

434
00:50:27,667 --> 00:50:29,417
Look out of your window, Sheriff.

435
00:50:35,625 --> 00:50:38,125
Marion!
Yes.

436
00:50:39,250 --> 00:50:40,458
Marion.

437
00:50:46,083 --> 00:50:48,833
Well, count it, Gisburne!

438
00:50:52,917 --> 00:50:54,500
Will you go back to Huntingdon now?

439
00:50:54,542 --> 00:50:56,417
No, that life is over.

440
00:50:56,542 --> 00:50:57,667
Good fortune go with you.

441
00:51:06,458 --> 00:51:07,833
Good fortune, Robert.

442
00:51:08,458 --> 00:51:10,875
May Herne protect you, my lady.

443
00:51:26,542 --> 00:51:29,792
Do you think theyll accept you as their leader?

444
00:51:30,583 --> 00:51:32,292
Would you?

445
00:51:32,542 --> 00:51:37,042
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