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Come on! Come on! Come on, boy!

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Go!

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Ill take the one on the right, you take the one on the left.

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Right.

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Ill take the one on the right.

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I said the one on the left!

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But you shot the one on the right!

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Oh, you sound just like a girl I used to know!

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She was a serving wench.
So what happened?

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Go on then.
She came straight in the barn, didnt she?

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Did she?
She did.

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So what happened then?

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Will, what happened?

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Will and Much mightve been

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on the other side of Sherwood by now.

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But will they ever manage to find us again?

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Who? The Sheriffs men?
No, no, Tuck.

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Im hungry.

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Was she pretty, Will, was she?

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Well, tell me, Will!

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This way, theyve doubled back.

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Go on then, Will.
Much, she was beautiful.

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Hold it, they still there?

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Yeah, but what happened then?
Hold it, were getting too far in front of them.

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Break!

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Hey, you looking for someone?

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Much, you shot the wrong one again.

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Well, thats it then, lets get back to the camp.

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All right, this way.

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But what about the story, Will?

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I never did get my breeches back ever.

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This aint the way, Much.
It is, Will, but was it worth it?

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Oi!

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Are we at the camp, Will?
No.

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I wonder whose camp it is.

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Smells good.

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You hungry?
Starving.

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Well, they can spare us a nice bit of stew anyway.

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Oh, that looks good.

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Much, its gonna be some time before we see the others, right?

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And you dont exactly know where we are, do you?

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What, like you breeches?

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Its good.

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Lepers.

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Lepers! Lepers!

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Take your clothes off!

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We ate their food, lepers food!

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Well be all right, wont we?
All right?

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Well, you dont know well catch it?
No, I dont! Were gonna wait weeks.

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Weeks!

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Im gonna wake up every morning and wait!

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And wait for the first signs!

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What signs?

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The bits! You rot. Bits fall off!

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What bits, Will? What bits?

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Fingers, toes!

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Ive got it for sure! Ill kill myself!

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We might be lucky.
Lucky?

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You might be, you might be lucky! Not me, not with my luck!

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Ive got it, I know Ive got it!

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Why me? Why me?

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No sign.

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Whats happened to em?

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They shouldve been here by now.

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You know Scarlet.
As long as he looks after Much.

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Hell be all right.

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Ill never count this lot!
Youll manage.

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All right, Marion.

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Eight bags of silver, good mornings work!

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One in the eye for Gisburne and the Sheriff.

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Tuck, get the food ready!

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Its always me!

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Well, do you want me to cook it?
No. Once was enough.

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Whats wrong?
Nothing.

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Youre as prickly as a hedgehog.

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Youre in love with her, arent you?

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Its none of my business.
Youre right!

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None!

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I was just trying...
Thats enough!

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Do you understand?
Oh, I understand.

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I know when the Earls son puts me in my place!

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John, I...

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What is it?

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I dont know how to tell you.

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Why do you feel you have to tell me

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when you know I know already?

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Is it because youre unsure of how I feel?

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I wish I knew what to say.

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But if I loved you the way you want me to,

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youd know.

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And then there wouldnt be any need for words, would there?

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Forgive me.

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Theres nothing to forgive.

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I do love you.

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Perhaps the past is still too close.

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Do you understand?

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Theyre here.

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Robin! Robin!

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What is wrong?

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Stay back!
Scarlet!

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We stole their food out from their begging bowls!
What are you on about?

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Lepers! Were gonna die!

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Dont you understand? Were gonna rot!

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Have you seen em?

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Youve seen em creeping about, praying for death to come.

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Well, thats us now, thats us.

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Us! Us! Us!
Scarlet!

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Now when did this happen?
About an hour ago.

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Now listen to me, Will.
Stay there!

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Dyou want to catch it as well?

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Dyou want to walk about in a white robe?

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Im a leper!
I thought youre a man.

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Look at Much. Hes worth ten of you.

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You dont even know if youve got it

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and youre half crazy with fear.

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Dont you say that!

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Dont you say those words!

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Ill fight any man, and you know it!

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Gisburne, his men, the lot!

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Its not death Im scared of!

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Its this!

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Its this!

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Im a leper! Im a leper!

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Here, brothers,

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cover thy nakedness.

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Were going to Croxden Abbey with the silver.

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And youre coming with us.

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Im a leper!

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Im a leper!

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Not them.
Not lepers.

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Therell be other pilgrims,

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with more than bandages in their pockets.

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And all headed for Croxden Abbey!

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Praise be to God!

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Praise be to God!

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And I say this to you!

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I say this to the... to the humblest beggar,

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to the man,

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and the woman,

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so weighed down with pain,

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so afflicted,

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so ravaged by disease,

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so ravaged that they think...

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they think, my brothers and sisters,

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that Gods eyes are turned away from them!

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Oh, praise be to God!

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Praise be to God!

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Because I tell you,

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that in Gods eyes,

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in the eyes of our Lord God, you,

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my children, you

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are the equal

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of any man alive!

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Praise be to the Lord!
Praise be to the Lord!

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Because if you are equal in Gods eyes,

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why not in the eyes of our lords, of our masters?

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The Sheriffs and the High Sheriff?

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Where there is injustice

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the just man will

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be an outcast!

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Men, like Robin Hood,

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take them to your bosoms!

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They are your champions!

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Take them to your bosoms in the name of God!

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Praise the Lord!

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Praise him!
Praise the Lord!

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For they know,

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they know,

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that in the eyes of God,

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they know,

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that one day, my children,

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oh, my beloved children,

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one day

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you

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will inherit the Earth!

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Praise be to God!

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Praise be to God!

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Save our children!
Let me touch the cross!

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Praise the Lord!
Let me touch the cross!

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Praise the Lord! Save us! Save us!

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Here! Over here!

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Let me touch it! Let me touch it!

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Over here!

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Here! Bring it here!

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Herne protect us!

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Herne protect us!

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Herne protect us? Didnt protect us though, did it?

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Didnt protect us.
Are you hungry, Will?

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What are we going to do about Much and Will?

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What can we do?

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Well, theres always the cross of Saint Ciricus.

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Saint who?
Ciricus.

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A monk, martyred at the time of the Conquest.

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He spoke out against King William.

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So the Norman soldiers stoned him to death outside the Abbey.

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They say his cross has the powers to heal.

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Thats why Croxdens become a place of pilgrimage.

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How could an old cross heal anyone?

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Depends if you believe in it, doesnt it?

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Why me? Why me?

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Why me?

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Listen!

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John, Nasir!

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Someone comes!

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Come, there are only three, take them!

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Gently, my lady, gently, youre with friends.

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Who are you?

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Hes Robin Hood.

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You have nothing to fear from us.

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Dont worry! Im Little John.

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And this evil looking devil...

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Nasir Malik Kamal Inal Shams ad Duala Watthab ibn Mahmud.

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Is that a name or a family tree?

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My father taught me that when I was a child.

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Adversity proves who are our friends.

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My lady, were you harmed?

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No.

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No, its nothing, its nothing.

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My old enemy took me by surprise.

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An ambush.

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Its a battle.

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You see.

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I have made it a battle.

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Where is my maid?

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Dead.

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And the two guards.

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Where were you headed for?

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Look at me.

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Croxden.

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Let us pray.

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Where are they taking her?

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Croxden, I think.

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Who is she?

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She wont tell em.

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Dont matter, does it? Showed me right up, didnt she?

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What dyou mean?

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Look. Much, shes gonna die

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and she knows it but she can accept it.

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Listen, Will!

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Dont tell me I aint got it, I know Ive got it!

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And I cant accept it. I cant.

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Come on, Will, come on.

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Ive got it, Much.

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Unclean.

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Unclean.

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Unclean.

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Unclean.

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Unclean.

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Unclean.

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Its all right! Its all right!

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Tuck!

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How is she?
Well, I think shes in a lot of pain.

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How is she?
I dont know.

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I must make my confession!

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Im an outlaw. I may even be excommunicated.

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Now try to sleep.

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Well reach Croxden tomorrow.

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My enemy is gaining strength.

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Please, I beg you!

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If it will give you peace.

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To begin, you must know.

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Im Margaret oGisburne.

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Guys mother.

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I know he is your enemy.

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And that I couldnt...

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Calm yourself! Calm yourself!

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My life has been a lie.

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As a young girl I fell in love.

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But my father had already promised me to Edmund of Gisburne.

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It was a political alliance.

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I tried to be a good wife to him, but

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he frightened me.

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00:23:42,083 --> 00:23:45,417
He was cruel,

274
00:23:45,792 --> 00:23:47,250
violent.

275
00:23:47,917 --> 00:23:51,125
Perhaps if wed had children...

276
00:23:51,417 --> 00:23:53,958
He blamed me bitterly.

277
00:23:54,375 --> 00:23:57,667
Our life became insupportable.

278
00:23:58,375 --> 00:24:01,875
And finally he left and went with King Richard to the Holy Land.

279
00:24:05,000 --> 00:24:07,125
I dreaded his return.

280
00:24:07,292 --> 00:24:10,333
I even... God, forgive me...

281
00:24:11,375 --> 00:24:13,833
wished him dead.

282
00:24:14,417 --> 00:24:16,750
And finally, one morning,

283
00:24:17,417 --> 00:24:19,542
one white December morning

284
00:24:20,333 --> 00:24:22,167
a messenger came,

285
00:24:22,958 --> 00:24:26,917
and I knew my evil dream had come true.

286
00:24:31,375 --> 00:24:35,250
I couldnt mourn. I tried.

287
00:24:37,000 --> 00:24:40,250
But in my heart it was already spring

288
00:24:40,500 --> 00:24:42,875
and I was free.

289
00:24:44,250 --> 00:24:48,708
In April my love came to me.

290
00:24:49,500 --> 00:24:51,875
And we married secretly,

291
00:24:51,917 --> 00:24:54,833
hoping that one day his father would accept me.

292
00:24:56,750 --> 00:24:58,583
But our happiness was brief.

293
00:24:58,708 --> 00:25:00,667
Fate mocked us.

294
00:25:01,958 --> 00:25:04,208
Edmund was alive.

295
00:25:04,292 --> 00:25:06,500
Margaret?

296
00:25:08,875 --> 00:25:12,917
When he returned, I was already with child.

297
00:25:13,708 --> 00:25:15,333
What could I do but throw myself

298
00:25:15,417 --> 00:25:17,458
on his mercy, beg his forgiveness?

299
00:25:18,750 --> 00:25:20,625
He was brutal.

300
00:25:20,708 --> 00:25:22,333
I feared for the childs life.

301
00:25:22,417 --> 00:25:24,542
But I refused to tell him the one thing

302
00:25:24,625 --> 00:25:27,333
he wanted above everything.

303
00:25:27,417 --> 00:25:30,833
The name of my love.

304
00:25:36,167 --> 00:25:40,458
You give me strength.
No, not me.

305
00:25:42,708 --> 00:25:46,458
Edmund had to accept the child as his.

306
00:25:46,625 --> 00:25:50,667
And Guy grew up in an atmosphere of hatred.

307
00:25:50,875 --> 00:25:53,292
Edmund was vile to him.

308
00:25:53,500 --> 00:25:55,833
I cant bear to tell you the things he did.

309
00:25:57,167 --> 00:26:00,708
Guy would come running to me time after time,

310
00:26:01,792 --> 00:26:05,583
crying Mother, why does he hate me so?

311
00:26:06,167 --> 00:26:09,042
Why does he hate me?

312
00:26:14,250 --> 00:26:16,458
And in the end

313
00:26:17,042 --> 00:26:19,458
Edmund told him he was not his son.

314
00:26:22,000 --> 00:26:24,250
Guy never came to me again.

315
00:26:25,750 --> 00:26:29,542
And his eyes looked at me as they looked at Edmund.

316
00:26:30,625 --> 00:26:32,333
Cold, remote,

317
00:26:34,833 --> 00:26:37,167
cruel.

318
00:26:38,375 --> 00:26:41,917
That was my gift to him.

319
00:26:42,000 --> 00:26:45,708
No, that was Edmunds gift.

320
00:26:47,167 --> 00:26:50,958
And the real father, does he know of the son?

321
00:26:53,167 --> 00:26:56,333
He inherited the earldom shortly after Guy was born.

322
00:26:56,667 --> 00:26:58,458
And then he married.

323
00:26:59,000 --> 00:27:01,750
It was too late to tell him.
The earldom?

324
00:27:04,583 --> 00:27:06,500
Guys father

325
00:27:08,292 --> 00:27:10,125
is the Earl of Huntingdon.

326
00:27:11,208 --> 00:27:13,542
And does Guy know this?

327
00:27:15,625 --> 00:27:16,917
No.

328
00:27:17,750 --> 00:27:19,625
It would only cause harm.

329
00:27:21,583 --> 00:27:24,250
The Earl has an heir.

330
00:27:39,208 --> 00:27:41,583
Guys half brother?

331
00:27:54,833 --> 00:27:56,583
How is she?

332
00:27:57,375 --> 00:27:59,583
Glad the journeys nearly over.

333
00:28:00,833 --> 00:28:03,625
Did she... did she tell you who she is?

334
00:28:03,708 --> 00:28:06,250
You know better than that!

335
00:28:06,333 --> 00:28:09,083
She did, didnt she? Come on, tell me!

336
00:28:09,167 --> 00:28:12,458
She made her confession. Thats enough!

337
00:28:19,292 --> 00:28:22,125
Were nearly there, Will.
I dont care, Im not going.

338
00:28:22,208 --> 00:28:24,208
I dont like monks, I never have done.

339
00:28:24,292 --> 00:28:26,333
Im not having them muttering over me.

340
00:28:26,917 --> 00:28:30,500
Ill stay with you then, all right?
I dont care, do what you like.

341
00:29:32,458 --> 00:29:35,208
What brings the Hooded Man out of Sherwood to Croxden?

342
00:29:35,292 --> 00:29:37,417
A present for the Abbey.
And a pilgrim.

343
00:29:37,500 --> 00:29:38,583
Both are welcome.

344
00:29:38,667 --> 00:29:40,625
Eight bags of silver.
Stolen.

345
00:29:40,708 --> 00:29:42,875
By the Sheriff.
From the poor.

346
00:29:42,958 --> 00:29:44,375
And now you can give it back to them.

347
00:29:44,458 --> 00:29:46,375
The Hooded Mans justice?

348
00:29:47,542 --> 00:29:49,167
My lady Gisburne,

349
00:29:49,208 --> 00:29:50,958
a room has been prepared for you.

350
00:29:51,042 --> 00:29:52,208
Who?

351
00:29:54,167 --> 00:29:55,583
Its true.

352
00:29:56,083 --> 00:29:59,750
My lord Abbot, I was attacked, my servants were murdered.

353
00:29:59,917 --> 00:30:03,417
These good people rescued me.

354
00:30:03,833 --> 00:30:07,708
I was ashamed to tell them who I was.

355
00:30:08,542 --> 00:30:10,458
The shame is not yours, Lady Gisburne.

356
00:30:10,500 --> 00:30:13,000
Come, my lady.

357
00:30:14,625 --> 00:30:17,667
Lady Gisburne?
You knew, didnt you?

358
00:30:17,750 --> 00:30:18,792
Maybe.

359
00:30:18,875 --> 00:30:22,542
How can a kind and gentle woman like that be Gisburnes mother?

360
00:30:24,542 --> 00:30:25,958
What else did she say?

361
00:30:26,042 --> 00:30:29,083
That is Gods business, not yours, John.

362
00:30:31,833 --> 00:30:34,917
Join us, my friends, theres food enough for all.

363
00:30:35,000 --> 00:30:37,792
A meal I havent prepared? I cant wait!

364
00:30:37,833 --> 00:30:40,083
Neither can I!

365
00:30:47,750 --> 00:30:50,042
How beautiful it is!

366
00:30:51,583 --> 00:30:53,708
Where is the chapel of the holy martyr?

367
00:30:53,792 --> 00:30:54,958
You must rest.

368
00:30:55,042 --> 00:30:57,875
No, Abbot, pray

369
00:30:58,125 --> 00:31:01,167
before the cross of Saint Ciricus.

370
00:31:01,333 --> 00:31:03,875
I must pray!

371
00:31:05,083 --> 00:31:06,833
Pray for your son.

372
00:31:07,208 --> 00:31:11,208
And his enemy, the man who rescued me.

373
00:31:11,458 --> 00:31:13,208
Robin Hood.

374
00:31:13,292 --> 00:31:16,542
Good man, gave up everything to help the poor.

375
00:31:16,792 --> 00:31:19,500
Power, riches, everything.

376
00:31:20,250 --> 00:31:22,250
You mean hes the son of a nobleman?

377
00:31:22,333 --> 00:31:24,042
Outlawed by the King,

378
00:31:24,125 --> 00:31:26,792
disinherited by his father, the Earl of Huntingdon.

379
00:31:31,958 --> 00:31:33,208
My lady?

380
00:31:35,125 --> 00:31:37,208
Leave me.

381
00:31:37,917 --> 00:31:40,000
I must pray.

382
00:32:02,250 --> 00:32:03,708
Lepers!

383
00:32:03,792 --> 00:32:06,375
God be with you, brothers. Follow me.

384
00:32:09,958 --> 00:32:12,875
Out of way! Lepers! Lepers!

385
00:32:12,958 --> 00:32:15,333
Get the children away! Lepers!
Lepers!

386
00:32:20,208 --> 00:32:22,458
Lepers!

387
00:32:51,583 --> 00:32:54,667
The holy relic is carried pass this window.

388
00:32:55,292 --> 00:32:57,625
From here you can join the worship.

389
00:33:25,333 --> 00:33:27,000
We havent much time.

390
00:33:27,125 --> 00:33:28,708
At midday the bell will summon the pilgrims

391
00:33:28,792 --> 00:33:30,667
to the Abbey led by the monks.

392
00:33:30,958 --> 00:33:34,042
We must be clear by then, is that understood?

393
00:33:34,083 --> 00:33:35,583
Yes, Sir Guy.

394
00:33:35,667 --> 00:33:38,250
But why has the Sheriff ordered us to steal the holy cross?

395
00:33:38,375 --> 00:33:39,792
Because without the cross

396
00:33:39,917 --> 00:33:41,542
the Abbot has no power over the people.

397
00:33:41,667 --> 00:33:42,833
Now, hurry!

398
00:34:03,125 --> 00:34:06,125
Who are you? What are you doing?

399
00:34:06,333 --> 00:34:10,083
What are you doing? No, stop!

400
00:34:10,833 --> 00:34:11,958
Guy?

401
00:34:12,042 --> 00:34:13,708
No, Guy, no!

402
00:34:13,792 --> 00:34:15,000
Stand aside, mother!

403
00:34:15,083 --> 00:34:16,625
I forbid you to do this!

404
00:34:16,708 --> 00:34:18,792
I said, stand aside!

405
00:34:18,917 --> 00:34:22,167
Guy, what have you become?
What you made me!

406
00:34:22,250 --> 00:34:24,083
Guy!

407
00:34:31,417 --> 00:34:32,500
Quickly!

408
00:34:32,583 --> 00:34:36,042
Shell tell them, Sir Guy, we shouldve silenced her.

409
00:34:50,375 --> 00:34:52,208
Sir Guy, theres Robin Hood!

410
00:34:52,250 --> 00:34:55,208
I know, but theres more than one way to Nottingham!

411
00:35:04,667 --> 00:35:06,500
My lord Abbot!

412
00:35:06,625 --> 00:35:08,167
My lord Abbot!

413
00:35:08,583 --> 00:35:10,333
They have taken the cross!

414
00:35:11,375 --> 00:35:12,792
Oh, Guy!

415
00:35:21,000 --> 00:35:22,667
Im burning up!

416
00:35:23,042 --> 00:35:24,208
Its the sun, Will.

417
00:35:24,333 --> 00:35:25,500
What sun?

418
00:35:25,667 --> 00:35:27,125
Nah, its fever.

419
00:35:27,208 --> 00:35:29,083
Why I aint burning?
Cause you aint...

420
00:35:29,917 --> 00:35:31,208
You aint got it.

421
00:35:31,542 --> 00:35:32,958
Ive got it.

422
00:35:33,125 --> 00:35:35,958
So why dont you join the others? Im the leper.

423
00:35:49,458 --> 00:35:52,083
Yes, I know you, youre a professional beggar.

424
00:35:52,125 --> 00:35:55,833
Out! Get out of Croxden! And take your apprentice with you!

425
00:36:30,125 --> 00:36:31,333
My lady!

426
00:36:40,292 --> 00:36:42,875
They have stolen the cross of Saint Ciricus!

427
00:36:44,667 --> 00:36:46,917
It was Guy,

428
00:36:46,958 --> 00:36:48,667
my son!

429
00:36:48,792 --> 00:36:51,875
They were disguised as lepers.

430
00:36:51,958 --> 00:36:54,083
Robin!
Ill find them, my lord!

431
00:36:54,125 --> 00:36:56,208
I must speak to him!
Robin!

432
00:37:03,667 --> 00:37:05,542
I wouldve known who you were.

433
00:37:05,917 --> 00:37:08,458
Even before the Abbot told me.

434
00:37:10,083 --> 00:37:11,958
You are so like your father!

435
00:37:13,625 --> 00:37:16,750
And so unlike the son he gave me!

436
00:37:18,042 --> 00:37:19,042
The son?

437
00:37:20,792 --> 00:37:23,000
Dont you understand?

438
00:37:26,125 --> 00:37:27,583
Guy?

439
00:37:28,042 --> 00:37:29,167
My brother?

440
00:37:30,708 --> 00:37:32,375
Hell be on his way to Nottingham.

441
00:37:33,792 --> 00:37:35,083
My lord!

442
00:37:38,667 --> 00:37:40,000
Look after her!

443
00:38:05,458 --> 00:38:07,583
Im freezing!

444
00:38:08,917 --> 00:38:10,583
Scarlet!

445
00:38:13,000 --> 00:38:15,500
Now, stay back!
Get ready for a miracle!

446
00:38:15,625 --> 00:38:18,708
Stay back! Stay back!
Ha-ha! Youre cured!

447
00:38:18,833 --> 00:38:20,167
What do you mean, Im cured?

448
00:38:20,250 --> 00:38:22,875
Those lepers, they were Gisburne and his men!

449
00:38:23,000 --> 00:38:24,708
It was their food you ate!

450
00:38:25,750 --> 00:38:27,458
Gisburne?
Yeah!

451
00:38:27,542 --> 00:38:30,125
He was in disguise! Youre cured!

452
00:38:30,250 --> 00:38:32,667
Gisburne? Gisburne?

453
00:38:32,750 --> 00:38:35,500
Im gonna kill him! Im gonna kill him with these!

454
00:38:36,208 --> 00:38:37,583
Ill deal with him.

455
00:38:39,375 --> 00:38:40,958
What do you mean, youll deal with him?

456
00:38:41,083 --> 00:38:43,458
I said Ill deal with Gisburne!

457
00:38:43,875 --> 00:38:46,208
You dont wanna kill him, do you?
I dont wanna kill anyone.

458
00:38:46,250 --> 00:38:47,708
Well then you should go back to Huntingdon!

459
00:38:48,333 --> 00:38:50,542
Because killings our business and were good at it,

460
00:38:50,667 --> 00:38:52,000
especially me!

461
00:38:52,458 --> 00:38:54,042
I said, especially me!

462
00:38:56,792 --> 00:38:58,625
I know why you wont kill him!

463
00:38:58,708 --> 00:38:59,917
Tell me!

464
00:39:00,167 --> 00:39:01,708
Cause youre the same.

465
00:39:02,958 --> 00:39:04,667
Thats it, innit?

466
00:39:05,208 --> 00:39:06,708
Thats what it is!

467
00:39:06,833 --> 00:39:08,500
You might be an Earls son

468
00:39:08,708 --> 00:39:11,250
and he might be a knight, but youre the same breed.

469
00:39:11,958 --> 00:39:13,833
Yeah! Youre the same kind.

470
00:39:14,208 --> 00:39:17,333
Thats why you wont kill him. Cause you cant!

471
00:39:19,500 --> 00:39:21,833
Well, dont worry, its not your fault.

472
00:39:21,917 --> 00:39:23,667
Accident obirth!

473
00:39:24,875 --> 00:39:27,250
Ill tell you what though, well do you a favour.

474
00:39:27,917 --> 00:39:31,000
Well kill him for you, wont we, lads?

475
00:39:32,500 --> 00:39:34,042
All right!

476
00:39:36,500 --> 00:39:38,208
Do it!

477
00:39:39,833 --> 00:39:43,958
Youll let them, even though you know...
Gisburne wont go through Sherwood,

478
00:39:44,083 --> 00:39:45,958
not if he knows were after him.

479
00:39:46,167 --> 00:39:48,542
Besides, hes on foot, well take another way.

480
00:39:48,708 --> 00:39:50,125
Another way?

481
00:39:50,792 --> 00:39:53,792
The river, hell go down the Trent.

482
00:39:53,917 --> 00:39:56,208
Hes looking for a boat, I know he is.

483
00:39:56,292 --> 00:39:58,875
Well never catch up with them.
We will!

484
00:40:22,083 --> 00:40:23,083
Two men.

485
00:40:23,958 --> 00:40:25,708
This way.
Two?

486
00:40:27,167 --> 00:40:28,500
Why two?

487
00:40:49,917 --> 00:40:51,833
Gisburne!

488
00:40:54,875 --> 00:40:57,042
Gisburne!

489
00:40:58,917 --> 00:41:00,583
Were close! Come on!

490
00:41:05,292 --> 00:41:07,500
Gisburne!

491
00:41:13,708 --> 00:41:16,583
Split up, you get ahead of em, Will.

492
00:41:23,125 --> 00:41:25,083
Lepers, are we?

493
00:41:29,917 --> 00:41:31,083
Get up!

494
00:41:35,208 --> 00:41:37,542
Now wheres Gisburne?

495
00:41:40,917 --> 00:41:43,708
Where... is... Gis... burne?

496
00:41:44,625 --> 00:41:45,958
Talk!
Dont kill me!

497
00:41:47,542 --> 00:41:49,542
Theyre Gisburnes men.

498
00:41:49,583 --> 00:41:51,875
Kill you? I wouldnt waste my breath.

499
00:41:52,708 --> 00:41:54,625
Talk!

500
00:41:59,375 --> 00:42:01,375
You talk.

501
00:42:54,458 --> 00:42:56,292
Unclean.

502
00:43:53,500 --> 00:43:55,375
Gisburne!

503
00:43:55,458 --> 00:43:57,708
Have the cross!

504
00:44:01,833 --> 00:44:05,417
Gisburne, Im gonna kill you, Gisburne!

505
00:44:05,958 --> 00:44:09,333
Leper, am I? Ill give you leper!

506
00:44:09,458 --> 00:44:11,333
Ive got the cross!

507
00:44:11,375 --> 00:44:14,958
Why didnt you kill him?
Scarlet!

508
00:44:16,125 --> 00:44:19,125
Gisburne, Im gonna kill you!

509
00:44:22,375 --> 00:44:23,833
Gisburne!

510
00:44:27,917 --> 00:44:29,375
Gisburne!

511
00:44:35,500 --> 00:44:36,958
Gisburne!

512
00:44:39,875 --> 00:44:42,042
God, Im gonna kill you!

513
00:44:44,417 --> 00:44:45,917
Gisburne!

514
00:44:46,958 --> 00:44:49,125
Gisburne, where are you?

515
00:44:51,542 --> 00:44:53,583
Scarlet!

516
00:45:06,833 --> 00:45:08,583
Gisburne!

517
00:45:16,708 --> 00:45:19,500
Lets see what youre like at climbing, animal!

518
00:45:23,417 --> 00:45:25,958
Theres nowhere you can go, Gisburne.

519
00:45:37,833 --> 00:45:40,417
Come on, you animal, jump!

520
00:45:42,667 --> 00:45:45,917
Thats right! Im an animal!

521
00:45:47,250 --> 00:45:49,458
And Ill tear you to pieces.

522
00:45:49,542 --> 00:45:52,458
To pieces, Gisburne!

523
00:46:01,292 --> 00:46:03,792
Come on, you animal!

524
00:46:04,375 --> 00:46:06,958
Gisburne, youre gonna die!

525
00:46:26,125 --> 00:46:27,917
Wolfshead!

526
00:46:28,000 --> 00:46:29,750
Scarlet!

527
00:46:29,833 --> 00:46:31,000
Scarlet?

528
00:46:34,375 --> 00:46:36,375
Gisburnes got him hog-tied.

529
00:46:39,542 --> 00:46:40,583
Will!

530
00:46:40,875 --> 00:46:43,417
Can you hear me, wolfshead?

531
00:46:43,792 --> 00:46:44,792
Yes!

532
00:46:45,458 --> 00:46:48,708
Good! Then listen carefully!

533
00:46:49,000 --> 00:46:51,167
Youre going to bring me the relic!

534
00:46:51,250 --> 00:46:52,917
Alone!

535
00:46:53,708 --> 00:46:57,167
Otherwise this animal goes over!

536
00:46:57,375 --> 00:47:00,000
Dont listen to him, Robin!

537
00:47:00,292 --> 00:47:03,125
Kill him! Kill him!

538
00:47:06,917 --> 00:47:08,625
Give me the relic!
Dont trust him!

539
00:47:08,708 --> 00:47:10,667
Dont... dont trust him!

540
00:47:16,250 --> 00:47:17,667
Be careful!

541
00:47:23,958 --> 00:47:26,875
Hurry, wolfshead!

542
00:47:40,208 --> 00:47:43,625
Im getting impatient!

543
00:47:54,250 --> 00:47:56,292
Robin?
Stay where you are, Will.

544
00:47:56,750 --> 00:47:59,375
You never give up, do you, Guy?
Never!

545
00:47:59,708 --> 00:48:01,458
Give me the relic!

546
00:48:13,333 --> 00:48:15,250
Robin, kill im!

547
00:48:22,292 --> 00:48:24,583
<i>So like your father!</i>

548
00:48:25,583 --> 00:48:28,708
<i>So unlike the son he gave me!</i>

549
00:48:35,208 --> 00:48:36,500
Ha-ha!

550
00:48:46,375 --> 00:48:48,917
John! John!

551
00:48:49,292 --> 00:48:51,042
Get back!
Whats happening?

552
00:48:51,125 --> 00:48:52,583
Get back!

553
00:48:52,875 --> 00:48:53,958
Ow!

554
00:49:32,542 --> 00:49:34,500
Ave you killed im? Robin?

555
00:49:35,542 --> 00:49:36,792
Robin?

556
00:49:38,667 --> 00:49:40,417
Robin?

557
00:49:45,417 --> 00:49:46,750
Took your time, didnt you?

558
00:49:47,250 --> 00:49:48,250
Did you kill im?

559
00:49:48,667 --> 00:49:50,625
I told you, I dont wanna kill anyone.

560
00:49:51,375 --> 00:49:53,500
Then Ill...
Come on!

561
00:49:53,833 --> 00:49:56,000
Ill finish him! Untie me!

562
00:50:03,667 --> 00:50:06,667
This is stupid, you gonna untie me?

563
00:50:13,000 --> 00:50:14,292
Thanks.

564
00:50:17,208 --> 00:50:19,083
You aint gonna leave him there like that, are you?

565
00:50:23,542 --> 00:50:26,250
You were gonna give him that?
If I had to.

566
00:50:26,875 --> 00:50:29,125
What, for me?
For anyone.

567
00:50:29,708 --> 00:50:31,208
Oh, thats nice!

568
00:50:31,292 --> 00:50:33,333
Thats really nice!

569
00:50:53,750 --> 00:50:56,625
Oh, praise be to God!

570
00:50:56,875 --> 00:51:01,375
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