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Run!

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John!
Get him!

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Dont let them get away!

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Come on, Will!

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Get back!

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Hold him!

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No! No!

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No! No!

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No! No!

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Bless you, Robin Hood, bless you! Bless you! Bless you!

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Why have you sent for me?
To warn you. Quickly!

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My servant has a brother who works at Nottingham Castle.

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The Sheriff has a plan which could unmask you.

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Have you heard of The Kings Devil?

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The Kings Devil?

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Hes a torturer.

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The most feared man in all of England.

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Yes, well, hes on his way to Nottingham.

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If he should reach...
He wont!

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I promise you.

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Theres something else.

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Albion.

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That was his sword.

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I want you to take it.

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No.

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Its yours, by right.

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Not yet.

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Youre his successor.

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Hernes Son.

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I cant accept it.

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One day perhaps.

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When Im worthy of it.

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You are.

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How are my friends?

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Glad to be back in Sherwood.

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Tell them I miss them.

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Why wont you join us?

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I cant.

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My father gave his word when I was pardoned.

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But that pardon was bought!

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To save my life.

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Do you blame him?

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Im his only child.

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I never wanted it.

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Does he think it will protect you from the Sheriff?

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I dont know what he thinks.

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But I know he fears that Ill return to Sherwood.

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You may be forced to.

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Yes.

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I know.

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You must go.

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Must be in love.

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Goodnight,

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my lady.

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Its Robert of Huntingdon, I know it is.

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You dont know, Gisburne, you only think it is.

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Will he come to the fist?

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And thinking isnt enough.

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Its enough for me. Im sure its him.

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Theres only one way to be sure.

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And thats to catch him with a longbow in his hand,

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robbing some wretched traveller.

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And quite frankly, Gisburne, I doubt if you can manage that.

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Still seems a bit nervous.

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My lord, I...
Gisburne,

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you are speaking of the son

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of one of the most powerful men in England!

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His cere looks bruised.

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Suppose I did accuse young Robert

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and was proved wrong

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can you imagine what the consequences would be?

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We wouldnt have time to pack our bags!

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Ill hunt with Ajax,

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and you might as well bring Lancelot as well.

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However Gisburne, I havent completely ignored your suspicions.

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Ive sent a man, Oliver, I think you know him,

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to watch Leaford Grange.

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We do know where Marions sympathies lie, dont we?

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She may try to meet up with some of the outlaws.

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What does it mean?

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<i>Hernes Son is my master.</i>

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<i>I cannot slay him.</i>

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What have you found?

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Marion was right, he was a torturer.

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On his way to Nottingham castle.

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Branding irons, manacles.

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Terrible things.

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And the carts full of them.

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Animals like that dont deserve to live.

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That... thats got to come out.

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Whats wrong?

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Its all over Nottingham.

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They robbed a rich merchant.

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The foresters been killed.

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Robin Hood is back with a vengeance!

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Listen.

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I want you to promise me to have nothing to do with the outlaws.

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That part of your life is over.

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Promise me, I beg you.

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Marion, theres only one way it can end.

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I lived with that.

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Every day I was in Sherwood.

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What dyou think then?

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Were taking too many risks.
Well, its all risks, innit?

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Naz!

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Go on then, take it out.

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It is bad. The arrow is poisoned.

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Needs looking after.

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Who by?

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Were absolutely useless.

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What about old Peg?

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What, the one in Wickham? Leave off, shes mad!

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Well, she cured my toothache.

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She took a little worm...
Much! Were not talking about toothache!

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Well bind your wound as best as we can

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and take you into Wickham.

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John, Wickhams not safe.

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Nowhere is.

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But as someone said, its all risks.

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What are they doing here?
I dont know.

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Edward.
Little John.

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Hes wounded, we need to see old Peg.

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She died a couple of months ago.

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Robert.

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Now, is there anyone else?
Not in Wickham.

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If only Marion was here.
Well she aint.

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Would she come?
She would.

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Ill fetch her, Ill go now!
No.

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They may be having her watched.
They wont see me.

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Its too dangerous!
Ill tell you whats dangerous.

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That wound! And the longer you leave it

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the more dangerous its gonna get.

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Hes right, Robin.

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Robert.

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Off you go, lad.

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Better get you undercover.

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Come on. Up! Sorry.

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Bring some water!

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You cant come in here!

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My lady, this...
Its all right, Kate, I know him.

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Its Robert, isnt it? Hes been wounded.

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How do you know?

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Where is he, Much?
We took him into Wickham

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to see the old lady, but shes died.

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Ill come.

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Nasir, any sign of them?

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No.

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Maybe she wont come.

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Shell come.

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Well, come on! Come on! On your way!

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Come on! Come on!

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She shouldve been here by now.

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Well, she aint!

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Hes beginning to sweat.

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Yeah, and so am I!

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Its the fever!

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Well, dont look at me, Tuck!

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I cant do nothing about it, can I?

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Weve been here too long.

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I know. I know!

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Someones following us!

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Quick, call Edward!

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Edward!
Whats happened?

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Bring him over here.

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Who is he?

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Come on! Out the way! Come on! Move back!

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Hes dead.

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But he cant be.

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His necks broken.

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He was following us. He fell.

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I know him. His names Oliver.

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Hes one of the Sheriffs men.

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Oh!

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Come on, lass, theres nowt you can do for him.

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Much!

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Much, was he alone?

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Are you sure?

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All right.

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Right, what do we do now?

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Whats happening out there?

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We were followed.

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He fell and broke his neck.

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You shouldnt have come.

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If hes found here well be accused of murder.

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But he fell! He fell!

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Whatever we say theyll call it murder.

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Thats the law, Norman law.

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Theyll fine the village, could be as much as twenty marks.

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Twenty marks! But thats a fortune!

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Even if you sold everything!

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I know, itd ruin us.

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Thats why weve gotta get him out of Wickham.

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Take him deep into the forest

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Is it agreed?
Yes, agreed.

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Yeah, well wait till nightfall.

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No, Will. Its got to be done now.

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Bad luck to bury him after dark.

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Bad luck? Who for? Him or you?

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Him, of course!

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Well, I think hes had his bad luck.

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Depends where hes going, doesnt it? Edgar, get a cart.

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Ive done all I can.

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Herne protect him.

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Hes not to be moved.

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Not whilst the fevers on him.

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Well, how longs that gonna take?

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Several days.

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Days?

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A falcon.

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Whats happened to the wretched bird?

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Where the devils it got to?
Flown off, my lord.

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Rubbish, hell come to the lure.

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Youve made him do too much.

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Made him do too much! Dont be absurd, Gisburne!

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Thats the finest falcon in the country!

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Hes perched up there somewhere. I know, he is!

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Gorging himself on some...

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Listen! Can you hear his bells?

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No, my lord.
Well, I can!

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There! You deaf idiot!

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Curse him! Forward!

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Come on, you cowards! I said, forward!

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Theyre saying youre Robin Hood.

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In the villages, yes.

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And in Nottingham.

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I never wanted it to happen.

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Its only a name. Robert or Robin.

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It doesnt matter.

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Matters to you.

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Im remembering.

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I need time.

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Time, thats all.

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And I do understand.

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Its right you should take his name.

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Its right.

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Hurry!

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Its Gisburne! Run!

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Stay where you are!

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Well, well.

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A burial party!

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Its Oliver, my lord.

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Youre Edward of Wickham, arent you?

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My lord, I...

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Youll speak when I tell you to!

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In Wickham!

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The Sheriff! Hes got Edward!

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Now, we gotta move him.
Youll come with us, Marion!

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Much! Tuck! Grab the back.

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Got it?

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Round them up!

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Move there! Move!

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Search the village!

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Get out!

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Put him down!

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That was too close.

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Theyre looking for you.

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Well, theyve no proof.

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But they wont get nothing out of Edward.

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And nothing out of Oliver.

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Marion.

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He will make it, wont he?

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He will.

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Youre not sure, are you?

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I cant be.

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Its Herne.

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Leave me with him. Take Marion back.

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Herne, hes dying!

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Leave us.

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Your enemies have Albion.

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Albion?

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Before long you will learn its mystery.

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Sleep now.

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Ah, we were beginning to wonder where you were.

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Werent we, Sir Richard?

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Gisburne even suggested that youd been captured

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by outlaws.

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But I thought that highly unlikely.

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00:27:28,917 --> 00:27:32,958
My lord Sheriff, I...
No, no, no! Please, dont tell me now.

279
00:27:33,292 --> 00:27:34,375
Not now.

280
00:27:34,958 --> 00:27:37,042
It would spoil the surprise, wouldnt it?

281
00:27:37,958 --> 00:27:42,542
Mind you, Im dying to know, but Id prefer to wait.

282
00:27:43,583 --> 00:27:44,958
Until were back in Nottingham.

283
00:27:45,542 --> 00:27:48,708
Thats monstrous, you cant take her back to Nottingham!

284
00:27:48,833 --> 00:27:50,292
I can do what I like!

285
00:27:50,625 --> 00:27:52,792
Why? Whats she done?

286
00:27:53,625 --> 00:27:56,708
Well see, wont we?

287
00:28:16,458 --> 00:28:18,667
Its Sir Richard! Hes coming this way!

288
00:28:18,750 --> 00:28:20,917
Is he alone?
Somethings wrong.

289
00:28:30,083 --> 00:28:31,375
Where is Robert of Huntingdon?

290
00:28:31,458 --> 00:28:33,833
There aint no Robert of Huntingdon in Sherwood.

291
00:28:34,167 --> 00:28:36,375
Here hes Robin Hood.

292
00:28:36,833 --> 00:28:37,917
Where is he, Tuck?

293
00:28:38,167 --> 00:28:40,375
With Herne.
Dont fool with me!

294
00:28:40,958 --> 00:28:42,500
Marion is being held by the Sheriff.

295
00:28:42,792 --> 00:28:44,083
Robert was wounded.

296
00:28:44,542 --> 00:28:47,000
So you sent for her. You put her in danger.

297
00:28:47,542 --> 00:28:48,875
She came willingly.

298
00:28:49,208 --> 00:28:50,333
Where is he?

299
00:28:50,375 --> 00:28:53,083
Ive told you.
With Herne?

300
00:28:53,792 --> 00:28:56,833
I dont believe in that superstitious nonsense!

301
00:28:58,375 --> 00:29:00,833
Marions life is in danger!

302
00:29:04,000 --> 00:29:05,458
I knew this was gonna happen!

303
00:29:05,583 --> 00:29:07,250
Well, you agreed to it.
You did, not me!

304
00:29:07,333 --> 00:29:09,750
You had plenty of chances...
Because you never listen! Never!

305
00:29:09,875 --> 00:29:12,250
Arguing wont help Marion, will it, eh?

306
00:29:12,958 --> 00:29:14,000
Eh?

307
00:29:17,875 --> 00:29:19,375
Well, we still dont know, where he is.

308
00:29:20,208 --> 00:29:21,333
Hes here.

309
00:29:24,042 --> 00:29:25,500
Im going to Nottingham.

310
00:29:25,750 --> 00:29:27,917
Nottingham? Youre mad!

311
00:29:28,083 --> 00:29:30,542
They may suspect me, but theyve no proof.

312
00:29:30,958 --> 00:29:34,375
Im Robert of Huntingdon, the Earls son, remember?

313
00:29:34,458 --> 00:29:36,375
How can that save Marion?

314
00:29:37,375 --> 00:29:40,167
The Newark road.
The Newark road?

315
00:29:40,250 --> 00:29:42,000
What are you talking about?

316
00:29:43,917 --> 00:29:44,958
Listen.

317
00:30:01,625 --> 00:30:04,625
Theres a good boy, Ajax.

318
00:30:06,458 --> 00:30:07,583
You know, Gisburne.

319
00:30:08,375 --> 00:30:10,250
If he hadnt flown off like that,

320
00:30:10,625 --> 00:30:12,833
wed never have found out about Oliver.

321
00:30:13,250 --> 00:30:14,333
Would we?

322
00:30:16,958 --> 00:30:19,375
Who is my precious, eh?

323
00:30:19,792 --> 00:30:21,333
Who is my beauty?

324
00:30:27,333 --> 00:30:28,583
Get the girl!

325
00:30:50,250 --> 00:30:52,458
Not hungry are you, Edward?

326
00:30:57,708 --> 00:31:01,917
Im going to hang you. I shouldve done it a long time ago.

327
00:31:02,208 --> 00:31:06,208
You murdered my man Oliver in your village, didnt you?

328
00:31:07,083 --> 00:31:08,125
Well?

329
00:31:09,542 --> 00:31:11,917
What reason would I have to kill him, my lord?

330
00:31:12,292 --> 00:31:15,167
Because he followed the Lady Marion there.

331
00:31:15,458 --> 00:31:16,458
Didnt he?

332
00:31:16,792 --> 00:31:18,750
Did he, my lord?

333
00:31:20,292 --> 00:31:22,667
You know, Edward, the King is sending me

334
00:31:22,792 --> 00:31:25,167
a very experienced interrogator.

335
00:31:28,917 --> 00:31:31,292
I promise you that you shall be the first

336
00:31:31,417 --> 00:31:33,917
to test the instruments.

337
00:31:34,458 --> 00:31:36,417
The Lady Wolfshead, my lord.

338
00:31:37,292 --> 00:31:40,167
Ah, good morning, Lady Marion!

339
00:31:40,583 --> 00:31:42,250
I trust you slept well.

340
00:31:43,875 --> 00:31:46,083
My lord Sheriff, I wish you to tell me

341
00:31:46,167 --> 00:31:48,208
why Im being kept in Nottingham.

342
00:31:57,375 --> 00:31:59,125
Albion.

343
00:31:59,792 --> 00:32:03,708
You were to guard it until the coming of his successor.

344
00:32:04,167 --> 00:32:05,250
Werent you?

345
00:32:05,833 --> 00:32:08,292
You want revenge.

346
00:32:08,792 --> 00:32:11,708
You went to Wickham to meet up with your fellow outlaws.

347
00:32:11,792 --> 00:32:13,125
Oliver followed you there

348
00:32:13,250 --> 00:32:15,042
and at your instigation he was murdered!

349
00:32:15,125 --> 00:32:16,208
No!

350
00:32:16,542 --> 00:32:20,833
Then tell me what did happen, otherwise

351
00:32:21,500 --> 00:32:24,125
these men will die!

352
00:32:28,250 --> 00:32:29,333
Get them out of here.

353
00:32:42,833 --> 00:32:47,042
Of course, there is one way that you can save them

354
00:32:47,125 --> 00:32:48,208
and yourself.

355
00:32:49,083 --> 00:32:52,667
Just tell me the name of the outlaws new leader.

356
00:32:53,792 --> 00:32:56,625
His name?
And you can go!

357
00:32:57,000 --> 00:32:58,667
You can all go!

358
00:33:01,500 --> 00:33:03,125
His name is...

359
00:33:03,708 --> 00:33:04,792
Yeah?

360
00:33:06,750 --> 00:33:08,500
His name is Robin Hood!

361
00:33:10,458 --> 00:33:13,708
You devious drab!

362
00:33:14,708 --> 00:33:17,250
Do you think you can make a fool out of me?

363
00:33:17,917 --> 00:33:20,667
The Lord High Sheriff of Nottingham!

364
00:33:21,167 --> 00:33:24,792
Responsible for law and order in this shire!

365
00:33:25,000 --> 00:33:27,917
Appointed by the King of England!

366
00:33:28,708 --> 00:33:31,208
Tell me his name!

367
00:33:31,958 --> 00:33:33,042
Never.

368
00:33:33,167 --> 00:33:38,458
Then you will never, never leave Nottingham!

369
00:33:43,333 --> 00:33:45,708
Robert of Huntingdon, my lord.

370
00:33:48,458 --> 00:33:51,833
My lord. Sir Guy. My lady.

371
00:33:55,208 --> 00:33:57,750
Sheriff, I felt it only right

372
00:33:57,833 --> 00:34:00,500
I came directly to Nottingham and told you everything.

373
00:34:01,625 --> 00:34:03,958
I find it difficult to confess.

374
00:34:05,750 --> 00:34:07,333
Take all the time you need.

375
00:34:13,958 --> 00:34:15,833
Ive been attacked by Robin Hood!

376
00:34:15,958 --> 00:34:18,125
What?
Gisburne, please.

377
00:34:18,458 --> 00:34:20,917
Believe me when I tell you that I fought long and hard

378
00:34:21,000 --> 00:34:22,542
before they overwhelmed me.

379
00:34:22,833 --> 00:34:25,917
But the disgrace of being beaten by such scum,

380
00:34:26,042 --> 00:34:28,292
I find it almost impossible to bear.

381
00:34:28,625 --> 00:34:30,167
Imagine it, Sir Guy,

382
00:34:30,292 --> 00:34:32,917
a trained swordsman being beaten by peasants!

383
00:34:34,250 --> 00:34:36,875
You were wounded.
An arrow.

384
00:34:38,000 --> 00:34:39,500
Well have it looked at.

385
00:34:40,917 --> 00:34:42,333
Thank you, my lord.

386
00:34:44,542 --> 00:34:49,125
This villain whos calling himself Robin Hood,

387
00:34:49,583 --> 00:34:51,292
could you describe him?

388
00:34:51,958 --> 00:34:54,833
About my height, fair-haired.

389
00:34:55,375 --> 00:34:58,917
Could he be mistaken for you?

390
00:34:59,333 --> 00:35:03,167
For me? Certainly not! He was a peasant!

391
00:35:03,292 --> 00:35:06,500
Of course! A peasant!

392
00:35:09,792 --> 00:35:11,667
Hows your father, my lady?

393
00:35:13,833 --> 00:35:14,917
Hes well.

394
00:35:15,292 --> 00:35:18,208
What brings you to Nottingham?
I brought her here.

395
00:35:18,875 --> 00:35:21,375
Lady Marions past has been catching her up.

396
00:35:21,708 --> 00:35:24,167
Almost tripping her up, one might say.

397
00:35:25,625 --> 00:35:28,417
To be blunt, shes been meeting old friends.

398
00:35:28,958 --> 00:35:31,000
I need hardly tell you who they are.

399
00:35:31,542 --> 00:35:32,958
And you believe him?

400
00:35:33,292 --> 00:35:34,458
Would the Sheriff lie?

401
00:35:35,042 --> 00:35:37,083
Why would he treat you unjustly?

402
00:35:37,208 --> 00:35:38,833
Then wheres his proof?

403
00:35:39,042 --> 00:35:41,042
One of my men is dead, Robert.

404
00:35:41,250 --> 00:35:43,792
She had him murdered, thats my proof.

405
00:35:43,958 --> 00:35:45,167
You liar!

406
00:35:46,208 --> 00:35:49,875
Furthermore, she knows her dead husbands successor.

407
00:35:51,458 --> 00:35:53,083
Is this true?

408
00:35:53,875 --> 00:35:55,292
You know the man?

409
00:35:55,458 --> 00:35:59,875
Marion, tell the Sheriff who it is.

410
00:36:00,625 --> 00:36:02,000
Its your only chance.

411
00:36:03,542 --> 00:36:06,083
You see, stubborn as a mule.

412
00:36:11,042 --> 00:36:15,500
Put her in the dungeon, that should bring her to her senses.

413
00:36:15,958 --> 00:36:17,083
And loosen her tongue.

414
00:36:21,667 --> 00:36:23,417
I misjudged you, Robert.

415
00:36:25,375 --> 00:36:27,708
You may as well know that Gisburne here

416
00:36:27,792 --> 00:36:31,625
have the absurd idea that you had become Robin Hood!

417
00:36:33,875 --> 00:36:35,375
Take her to the dungeons.

418
00:36:40,042 --> 00:36:43,042
Now, Robert, I insist that you stay in Nottingham.

419
00:36:43,750 --> 00:36:45,500
Until youre quite recovered.

420
00:36:55,875 --> 00:36:57,333
Lady Wolfshead.

421
00:37:11,917 --> 00:37:13,625
Oh, Edward!
Tch!

422
00:37:18,458 --> 00:37:20,458
Roberts here.
Whats he up to?

423
00:37:21,458 --> 00:37:24,042
Im not sure, but he seems very friendly with the Sheriff.

424
00:37:24,667 --> 00:37:25,875
How will that get us out of here?

425
00:37:26,000 --> 00:37:29,292
Feet first! Its the only way!

426
00:37:30,833 --> 00:37:32,167
Say hello to Arthur.

427
00:37:48,375 --> 00:37:50,375
Heres another one for you, my lord.

428
00:37:51,583 --> 00:37:53,792
How does a forester shake a poachers hand?

429
00:37:53,958 --> 00:37:55,583
I dont know. How does a forester shake a poachers hand?

430
00:37:56,292 --> 00:37:58,333
On a piece of string!

431
00:37:59,625 --> 00:38:02,208
Oh, I really must try to remember that one.

432
00:38:10,500 --> 00:38:13,833
And now to a more serious matter.
Ah, yes.

433
00:38:14,083 --> 00:38:15,625
A more serious matter.

434
00:38:15,875 --> 00:38:18,958
The capture of this man who calls himself Robin Hood.

435
00:38:19,000 --> 00:38:21,750
Oh, not now, Robert, please, its too late!

436
00:38:21,833 --> 00:38:24,375
My lord, Ive been robbed and humiliated!

437
00:38:24,708 --> 00:38:26,917
I will not rest until this man is brought to justice.

438
00:38:27,000 --> 00:38:28,958
My dear Robert, with the best will in the world,

439
00:38:29,042 --> 00:38:30,583
really, I cant discuss that.

440
00:38:30,667 --> 00:38:31,792
Hear me out, my lord.

441
00:38:33,417 --> 00:38:34,500
I have a plan.

442
00:38:35,292 --> 00:38:36,333
A plan?

443
00:38:37,167 --> 00:38:39,542
Dyou think there are any plans that havent already been tried?

444
00:38:43,375 --> 00:38:44,958
Im afraid, when it comes to outlaws

445
00:38:45,042 --> 00:38:47,083
Gisburne gets rather obsessed.

446
00:38:48,250 --> 00:38:51,958
Forgive me, Guy, Ive no wish to decry your efforts.

447
00:38:53,250 --> 00:38:55,958
But I believe I have the answer.

448
00:38:56,125 --> 00:39:00,167
The answer? Oh, for goodness sake, lets hear it!

449
00:39:00,792 --> 00:39:03,667
By now the outlaws must know that you have Marion.

450
00:39:03,750 --> 00:39:05,458
And her accomplices.

451
00:39:05,708 --> 00:39:06,875
Even better.

452
00:39:07,458 --> 00:39:08,500
Now then.

453
00:39:09,167 --> 00:39:12,833
Theres no way that the villains can attack this castle.

454
00:39:13,083 --> 00:39:16,042
I would hope not. Eh, Gisburne?

455
00:39:16,167 --> 00:39:17,250
Hmm.

456
00:39:17,375 --> 00:39:20,000
So we make it easy for them.
Easy?

457
00:39:20,667 --> 00:39:22,833
By using the prisoners as bait.

458
00:39:23,500 --> 00:39:27,125
Like worms on a fishing line.

459
00:39:30,000 --> 00:39:34,250
Let it be known that they are to be taken under guard

460
00:39:34,375 --> 00:39:37,500
to, say, Newark,

461
00:39:37,958 --> 00:39:41,583
yes, Newark, for further questioning, perhaps.

462
00:39:41,833 --> 00:39:44,667
Newark road is wooded on either side.

463
00:39:44,917 --> 00:39:46,833
You, Guy and myself

464
00:39:47,000 --> 00:39:49,292
with as many soldiers as you can muster

465
00:39:49,375 --> 00:39:52,167
will follow the escort in the woods above the road

466
00:39:52,208 --> 00:39:55,625
with one or two foresters going on ahead.

467
00:39:56,583 --> 00:40:01,208
We do nothing until the outlaws make their move. Then we attack!

468
00:40:06,333 --> 00:40:09,292
This is it, the road to Newark.

469
00:40:09,458 --> 00:40:11,375
Think itll work?
Aye, all we can do is hope.

470
00:40:11,458 --> 00:40:12,625
And pray.

471
00:40:13,042 --> 00:40:14,292
And wait.

472
00:40:38,500 --> 00:40:39,833
Wait!

473
00:41:02,417 --> 00:41:03,625
Here they are!

474
00:41:10,333 --> 00:41:12,333
After them! Come on!

475
00:41:18,292 --> 00:41:19,333
Back!

476
00:41:30,958 --> 00:41:32,708
Move and you die!

477
00:41:35,125 --> 00:41:36,917
Theyve got Robert!
What?

478
00:41:37,500 --> 00:41:38,583
Sheriff!

479
00:41:40,042 --> 00:41:41,333
Get on your feet.

480
00:41:48,042 --> 00:41:51,792
We have the Earls son, Sheriff! Whats he worth?

481
00:41:53,000 --> 00:41:54,750
Ill tell you, shall I?

482
00:41:54,833 --> 00:41:58,042
Hes worth the Lady Marion, Edward and the others.

483
00:41:58,792 --> 00:42:02,708
Never! You filthy villains!

484
00:42:02,958 --> 00:42:05,208
Dont call us names, Sheriff!

485
00:42:05,583 --> 00:42:08,083
Just send Gisburne to get them!

486
00:42:11,042 --> 00:42:12,667
Fetch them, Gisburne!
But, my lord!

487
00:42:12,750 --> 00:42:14,708
What happens if they cut his throat?

488
00:42:15,667 --> 00:42:16,792
Fetch them.

489
00:42:23,500 --> 00:42:27,458
Right. Now what do we do when he brings them?

490
00:42:28,667 --> 00:42:30,125
You release me.

491
00:42:31,708 --> 00:42:34,625
What?
If you harm Robert of Huntingdon,

492
00:42:35,042 --> 00:42:37,167
Marion dies!

493
00:42:37,417 --> 00:42:39,542
Hes safe with us, Sheriff!

494
00:42:41,958 --> 00:42:43,750
Johns right.

495
00:42:44,125 --> 00:42:45,917
I mean, why go back with em?

496
00:42:47,292 --> 00:42:49,500
So they wont suspect me, Will.

497
00:42:51,625 --> 00:42:54,500
Robert of Huntingdons proving very useful to us.

498
00:42:56,292 --> 00:42:57,375
You took long enough.

499
00:42:57,458 --> 00:43:00,125
Are you going to trust him?
What else can I do?

500
00:43:00,292 --> 00:43:01,875
I see them, Sheriff!

501
00:43:02,375 --> 00:43:03,833
Let them go!

502
00:43:03,917 --> 00:43:05,833
Not until I have Robert!

503
00:43:05,958 --> 00:43:08,583
I make the rules!

504
00:43:35,708 --> 00:43:37,083
The Sheriffs got Albion.

505
00:43:44,625 --> 00:43:48,542
Thank heavens, hes safe! The Earl wouldve skinned me alive!

506
00:44:01,167 --> 00:44:04,125
So much for your splendid plan to catch the outlaws!

507
00:44:04,542 --> 00:44:08,167
Because of it Marions free! Edwards free! Theyre all free!

508
00:44:08,750 --> 00:44:11,250
Why did you listen to him? Because hes the Earls son?

509
00:44:11,333 --> 00:44:12,417
Be silent!

510
00:44:12,500 --> 00:44:14,667
No, my lord, Sir Guy is right.

511
00:44:15,500 --> 00:44:17,167
But for me youd still have Marion.

512
00:44:18,500 --> 00:44:20,250
To be held hostage.

513
00:44:26,292 --> 00:44:27,750
Ill stay in Nottingham!

514
00:44:27,917 --> 00:44:29,250
And together well seek another way

515
00:44:29,375 --> 00:44:31,333
to rid ourselves of this wolfshead!

516
00:44:31,375 --> 00:44:34,333
Er, no, no, Robert. That wouldnt be wise.

517
00:44:34,375 --> 00:44:37,792
You must return to Huntingdon and to your father.

518
00:44:38,000 --> 00:44:42,167
And, in future, I beg you please keep well away from Sherwood.

519
00:44:45,958 --> 00:44:47,000
My lord.

520
00:44:49,167 --> 00:44:53,292
You know youre lucky to be alive.
I owe that to you, Sheriff.

521
00:44:53,625 --> 00:44:56,042
And Im sure my father wish to show his gratitude.

522
00:44:56,750 --> 00:45:01,167
Oh, theres no need for anything like that, my dear Robert.

523
00:45:08,708 --> 00:45:10,125
You shot Robin Hood?

524
00:45:10,208 --> 00:45:12,750
In the left leg, my lord, above the knee.

525
00:45:12,917 --> 00:45:16,292
I shall discover who the villain is, I promise you.

526
00:45:16,542 --> 00:45:20,875
I want to see him brought to justice.
All of them, Robert, all of them.

527
00:45:21,667 --> 00:45:25,083
I want to see them hanged!
And so you shall.

528
00:45:25,875 --> 00:45:28,500
Is that the man?
Thats him.

529
00:45:30,625 --> 00:45:32,000
My homage to the Earl.

530
00:45:32,083 --> 00:45:33,250
Ill tell him.

531
00:45:33,583 --> 00:45:35,750
Safe journey, Robert.
Thank you, my lord.

532
00:45:39,542 --> 00:45:40,583
Gisburne!

533
00:45:41,375 --> 00:45:43,167
I was right from the beginning, wasnt I?

534
00:45:43,250 --> 00:45:46,375
Have you gone mad?
Wasnt I, Robin Hood!

535
00:45:47,000 --> 00:45:48,833
That man was the torturer, my lord.

536
00:45:48,958 --> 00:45:50,458
The one youve been expecting.

537
00:45:50,542 --> 00:45:53,042
He was ambushed by Robin Hood

538
00:45:53,542 --> 00:45:56,000
and saw him shot in the left leg.

539
00:48:01,583 --> 00:48:02,708
Hey! Oh!

540
00:48:19,708 --> 00:48:21,000
Here, Edward.

541
00:48:22,375 --> 00:48:23,667
Thirty marks.

542
00:48:24,708 --> 00:48:26,125
I cant take this.

543
00:48:26,208 --> 00:48:27,875
Why not? We did.

544
00:48:28,292 --> 00:48:30,792
Its no good to us. Weve got everything we need in Sherwood.

545
00:48:34,750 --> 00:48:36,000
Its Robin!

546
00:48:45,833 --> 00:48:47,125
Whats up?

547
00:48:48,208 --> 00:48:52,375
Gisburne knows. And the Sheriff.
How?

548
00:48:52,458 --> 00:48:55,542
The torturer, the one in the cart, he survived.

549
00:48:56,250 --> 00:48:57,958
Came to the castle.

550
00:48:58,125 --> 00:49:00,333
So, you wont be Robert of Huntingdon anymore.

551
00:49:00,750 --> 00:49:01,833
Not to anyone.

552
00:49:02,292 --> 00:49:04,917
No. Not even to my father.

553
00:49:06,125 --> 00:49:07,417
Im staying in Sherwood too.

554
00:49:08,417 --> 00:49:10,000
Welcome back, little flower.

555
00:49:12,333 --> 00:49:13,625
This sword,

556
00:49:14,708 --> 00:49:15,750
Albion,

557
00:49:17,167 --> 00:49:18,667
saved my life.

558
00:49:23,333 --> 00:49:27,083
Hernes Son is my master, I cannot slay him.

559
00:49:29,792 --> 00:49:31,333
Albion is yours now.

560
00:49:32,750 --> 00:49:33,875
You must take it.

561
00:50:03,750 --> 00:50:05,708
To help the weak,

562
00:50:06,750 --> 00:50:08,833
defend the helpless

563
00:50:10,000 --> 00:50:13,333
and fight against tyranny!

564
00:50:13,625 --> 00:50:17,625
Robin ithe Hood, so must it be!

565
00:50:18,917 --> 00:50:20,875
So must it be!

566
00:50:22,875 --> 00:50:25,292
So must it be!

567
00:50:25,542 --> 00:50:30,042
Subtitles: SHERWOOD FOREST, 2017
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