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James?

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Are you all right?

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Whos done this to you?

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That murderous gang of outlaws!

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Robin Hood and his men!

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A curse on him! A curse on Robin Hood!

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Scarlet.

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John.

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Thanks, brother.

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Robin.

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No pig?

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Sixty thousand marks!

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Lock the door!

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The King will be collecting these taxes himself.

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Until then no one goes through that door.

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Do you understand?

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No one!
Yes, my lord!

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You dare to call this clean?

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Replace it at once!

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What in Hells name is going on? Gisburne, this is chaos!

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No, my lord, all is in order, well soon be ready.

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Soon? Soon isnt soon enough!

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I want it now! Get out of my way!

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The King is almost at the castle gates.

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Hell be in a black enough mood as it is,

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having to collect his own taxes.

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Move!

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Im not to blame for that!

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Arent you? Who was in charge of the last two shipments?

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If Id had enough men...
You had more than enough, Gisburne!

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And still you let Robin Hood steal the silver!

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You stupid woman!

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Your incompetence will hang us both!

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Theres no need for panic.

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No?

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Then why is the King bringing

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Roger de Carnac with him?

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De Carnac?
Exactly.

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De Carnage would be a better name for him.

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God bless this child

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and all my loyal subjects of Nottingham!

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You cant beat a nice bit of pig!

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I dont know.

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I think I prefer beef.

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I like a nice slice of mutton. Well, you get sick of venison.

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I cant move!

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I never ate this much before I became an outlaw.

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Yeah. I bet he has.

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Oh, yes, being an Earls son.

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Yeah, larks tongues.

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Blackbird pie.

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Youd be surprised.

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We had fresh meat, in season, but not much of it.

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Too many mouths to feed in that castle.

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Ah, mustve been tough, yeah.

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But we never had venison.

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What, never?

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Not that I can remember.

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I dont believe you.

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Not even Earls can hunt deer.

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They belong to the King.

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John, that womans face!

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What woman?

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The woman we took the pig from.

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We were lucky to get it.

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Most of the livestock was on its way to Nottingham castle.

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Perhaps, its his birthday?

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Eh, we didnt get him a present!

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Halt!

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Nottingham is honoured by your presence, my liege!

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You are indeed most welcome!
Thank you, Robert.

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Everything is ready, my liege.

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Im sure it is, Robert.

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Lead on!

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I hope this pleases Your Majesty.

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Though I say it myself.

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My cooks have really surpassed themselves.

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Give it all to the poor.

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To the poor?

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Im on a fast.

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You heard the King, Gisburne.
My lord?

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Give it to the poor.

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The poor?

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Are you deaf? The King is on a fast!

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The poor, of course.

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Of course.

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Thank you, Gisburne.

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I thought you might like some company, my liege.

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How very thoughtful of you, Robert.

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Another time, perhaps.

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We would be most grateful, my lord Sheriff,

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if you and your steward, Sir Guy of Gisburne,

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would join us in our chambers directly. Yes?

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Your Majesty.

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Is he ill?
No, he seems quite rational.

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Come on, Gisburne, and keep your mouth shut.

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Well, you heard the King!

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Give it to the poor!

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That woman was mad. Robin had never killed innocent people.

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Somethings wrong, I can feel it.

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Well, lets find Robin, there has to be an answer.

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Yes. Yes, there must.

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Lord King,

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is everything as you would wish it?

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As we would wish it.

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The war in Normandy.

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Is that as we would wish it?

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The money to fight it!

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Is that as we would wish it?

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The delivery of the tax money from Nottingham!

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Is that as we would wish it?

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The Sheriffs competence! Is that as we would wish it?

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On your knees, de Rainault!

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You let this wolfshead run riot!

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You swore he was dead!

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Yet no money came from Nottingham to our exchequer!

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Nothing at Michaelmas!

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Nothing at Easter!

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Where is that money, Sheriff?

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Well, Gisburne, where is it?

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My liege, I, that is to say, we... I mean...

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Dont babble, man!

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The last two shipments were stolen, my liege.

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This sessions taxes are safe.

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But your heads are not.

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Well,

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shall I ask de Carnac here to lop them off?

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Hmm?

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No further, Will Scarlet, youre not welcome.

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Go on your way.

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Whats it all about, Tom?
You heard me.

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Were not having you here.
Look, we only want to...

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Well, youre not getting it. Clear off!

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You ungrateful dog!

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After all weve done for you?

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Dont expect any help in the future,

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cause you wont get it!

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What you, de Rainault, have failed to do in a number of years,

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de Carnac and I will accomplish in a matter of days. Yes?

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Yes, Your Majesty.

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Even such a pair of imbeciles must realise

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that Robin Hood flourishes because the people trust him!

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Hed never survive without their support!

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We mean to undermine that support.

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Explain, de Carnac.

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By getting the people on our side,

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Sheriff.

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Generous and caring, that will be the new image

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of the King and his servants.

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Dyou follow me?

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Of course, de Carnac.

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An era of tolerance and justice,

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even charity.
For the moment!

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As for Robin Hood,

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the peoples hero,

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de Carnac will soon tarnish that image, will you not, de Carnac?

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And now I will dine, de Rainault.

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And with diverting company. You understand me?

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I trust you will be able to satisfy

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my considerable appetites, yes?

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New arrows.

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Will?

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John?

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Weve just been driven out of Duxford.

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They were all over us when we gave them back their tax money.

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We should give them nothing!

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Theyre just ungrateful dogs!
Ashley village was raided this morning.

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People were killed.

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Theyre saying,

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it was us.

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What?

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What is going on?
I dont know.

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But I mean to find out.

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If the villagers turn against us, were in trouble.

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Wheres Much and Marion?
Shes been gone since morning.

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We must find them.

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Good day, Robin. Good day, Brother Tuck.

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Theyll have a tale to tell the Abbot,

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wont they?

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Ill lay anything, this was Gisburnes work.

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Thieving swine!

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Helpless monks!

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I ask you.

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They havent been robbed.

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It wasnt Gisburne.

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Why not?

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So hes using longbows now?

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But why?

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Robin,

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maybe six men

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this way.

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Thats it, what are we waiting for? Lets go!

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I want you and Tuck to take the monk to the monastery.

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Me?
I dont want any mistakes.

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What do you mean mistakes?
Youre too hot-blooded, Will!

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Now get him to safety

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and warn Abbot Michael.

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Dont worry,

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well get them!

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All right.

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One leader.

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Whats happened?

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Its Will and Tuck!

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Worth a bit that.
The chalice, Will.

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Itll be dark soon, well never catch them.

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I know!

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Look!

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Im seeing things.

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Thats what youre meant to see.

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Someones out to blacken our names.

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Sheriff?
Maybe.

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Lets get them.
Not yet.

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Come on!

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Theres only five, well deal with them easily!

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I said, not yet!

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Theyre soldiers.
The Kings guard.

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So John must be in Nottingham.

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We must have upset him.

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Gisburne.

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Ill address the scum.

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Quiet!

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Quiet, you scum!

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Idiot.

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Good and gentle people of Nottingham,

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we share your horror at these evil crimes

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and shall do all in our power to bring this Robin Hood

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to justice.

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I vow Ill not leave Nottingham

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until his head adorns the city walls.

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However,

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to accomplish this,

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your Sheriff needs your help.

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De Rainault.

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Many among you know the forest,

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some of you know Robin Hood himself.

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Come forward,

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tell us all you know.

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You could be well rewarded.

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Weve loosened their tongues, de Carnac.

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Now we need to set them wagging.

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Yes?

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I want their stories,

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and make sure you get their names and where they come from.

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A further outrage by Robin Hood?

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Exactly.

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Dismount. Change quickly.

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Bless me, theyre back!

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Search every hut. Kill anyone you find.

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Then well burn that

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rubbish heap

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to the ground.

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Thats far enough,

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Robin Hood!

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Doesnt look anything like me.

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Older

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and uglier.

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Hes better looking than you, Will.

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Who are you?

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You insolent

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boy!

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Lay down your weapons.

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I am Roger de Carnac.

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We dont like what youve been doing, de Carnac!

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Giving us a bad name.

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Aye, dragged us down to his level.

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And you cant get lower than that.

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I swore to destroy you all.
By killing monks?

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And unarmed villagers?

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You must be a very brave man.

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And you very foolish.

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Youve saved me a lot of trouble.

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Theres no need for our deception now.

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No need for the peoples help in finding you.

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Youre here.

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Come like pigs

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to the slaughterhouse.

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Youre the pigs!

278
00:28:36,375 --> 00:28:38,333
Thats an insult

279
00:28:38,375 --> 00:28:39,958
to pigs!

280
00:28:46,750 --> 00:28:48,583
Lets finish it!

281
00:29:17,708 --> 00:29:21,750
Youre a bit old for this, arent you?
Young enough for you, lad.

282
00:29:53,333 --> 00:29:57,000
I! Im the Little John!

283
00:30:19,125 --> 00:30:20,333
Robin!

284
00:30:45,125 --> 00:30:47,917
Youre always welcome to what little weve got, Robin.

285
00:30:48,208 --> 00:30:50,833
At least whats left after the Kings had his taxes.

286
00:30:52,208 --> 00:30:53,958
The taxes?

287
00:30:55,000 --> 00:30:57,125
You could help us there, Tom.

288
00:31:00,167 --> 00:31:02,458
De Rainault, your scribes have set down

289
00:31:02,542 --> 00:31:04,958
more evidence than in the Doomsday book!

290
00:31:07,875 --> 00:31:10,333
Utterly incredible!

291
00:31:11,833 --> 00:31:15,417
Its a conflicting mass of misinformation!

292
00:31:17,167 --> 00:31:18,833
Robin Hood

293
00:31:18,917 --> 00:31:21,375
is tall, short,

294
00:31:21,458 --> 00:31:23,542
stocky, slight!

295
00:31:24,250 --> 00:31:27,792
Dark, fair, bearded, clean-shaven!

296
00:31:29,542 --> 00:31:32,333
This one insists that hes a dwarf!

297
00:31:34,375 --> 00:31:35,833
A dwarf!

298
00:31:38,208 --> 00:31:40,125
And where do we find him?

299
00:31:41,958 --> 00:31:45,542
In a cave, down a well, up a tree!

300
00:31:46,458 --> 00:31:48,375
Near Wickham, Duxford,

301
00:31:48,458 --> 00:31:50,667
Ashley, Calverton!

302
00:31:52,833 --> 00:31:56,250
Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera!

303
00:31:59,292 --> 00:32:00,958
Imbeciles!

304
00:32:02,542 --> 00:32:05,667
Is there no one in this god forsaken shire,

305
00:32:05,708 --> 00:32:08,167
who can lead me to him?

306
00:32:08,333 --> 00:32:10,042
I can, my liege.

307
00:32:13,917 --> 00:32:16,167
I will take you to Robin Hood!

308
00:32:21,125 --> 00:32:23,667
My liege, shes not to be trusted!

309
00:32:23,750 --> 00:32:26,167
She should be hanged at once!
Silence!

310
00:32:26,917 --> 00:32:28,042
Imbecile!

311
00:32:28,125 --> 00:32:29,208
Clown!

312
00:32:30,750 --> 00:32:32,708
Your Majesty, I urge you to be worry.

313
00:32:32,792 --> 00:32:35,667
I understand your caution in this matter, de Rainault!

314
00:32:37,625 --> 00:32:39,667
Leave this to me.

315
00:32:41,125 --> 00:32:43,667
Now, wench,

316
00:32:45,250 --> 00:32:47,292
explain to me exactly,

317
00:32:47,375 --> 00:32:50,792
how this miraculous conversion has taken place.

318
00:32:51,125 --> 00:32:53,417
Your Majesty,

319
00:32:54,458 --> 00:32:56,708
I have seen the things that hes done.

320
00:32:56,958 --> 00:32:58,917
Villages massacred

321
00:32:59,042 --> 00:33:02,000
and innocent monks robbed and murdered.

322
00:33:02,042 --> 00:33:03,583
But you were with him!

323
00:33:03,667 --> 00:33:05,500
Youve always known he was a robber!

324
00:33:05,583 --> 00:33:09,083
The Kings taxes, for instance!
I know that was a crime, my liege.

325
00:33:09,125 --> 00:33:11,667
But we took that money and gave it back to the poor.

326
00:33:11,792 --> 00:33:14,250
You ask too much of them.

327
00:33:15,083 --> 00:33:18,667
But now it seems that he robs for himself

328
00:33:19,833 --> 00:33:21,625
and kills for pleasure.

329
00:33:21,708 --> 00:33:22,792
Hmm.

330
00:33:23,042 --> 00:33:24,167
Go on.

331
00:33:24,542 --> 00:33:26,625
I thought he was a good man, my liege.

332
00:33:27,167 --> 00:33:29,250
Chosen by Herne the Hunter.

333
00:33:30,333 --> 00:33:32,042
Now it seams that I was wrong.

334
00:33:32,125 --> 00:33:35,125
Herne the Hunter?
A forest god, my liege.

335
00:33:35,917 --> 00:33:38,042
An ancient superstition in these parts.

336
00:33:39,750 --> 00:33:41,000
Yes.

337
00:33:42,083 --> 00:33:44,167
How very quaint.

338
00:33:48,708 --> 00:33:51,542
And now, my dear, you are prepared

339
00:33:51,625 --> 00:33:54,375
to lead us to this Robin Hood?

340
00:33:54,875 --> 00:33:56,875
Yes, I am, my liege.

341
00:33:58,458 --> 00:34:00,958
And for your own part in these crimes

342
00:34:01,458 --> 00:34:03,167
you are truly penitent?

343
00:34:04,375 --> 00:34:06,417
Yes, my liege.

344
00:34:07,042 --> 00:34:09,292
And I beg your forgiveness.

345
00:34:12,667 --> 00:34:15,333
This creature will lead us to Robin Hood,

346
00:34:15,417 --> 00:34:17,292
and she will do it tonight!

347
00:34:18,875 --> 00:34:21,833
Gisburne, make the necessary preparations!

348
00:34:26,208 --> 00:34:28,583
As de Carnac hasnt returned,

349
00:34:28,667 --> 00:34:32,250
unfortunately, Gisburne, you will be in charge.

350
00:34:32,708 --> 00:34:35,667
I know what Im doing, provided this woman can lead me to them.

351
00:34:35,750 --> 00:34:38,917
Weve been at the camp for months, Id know it blindfolded.

352
00:34:40,542 --> 00:34:42,917
Youve more than enough men this time, Gisburne.

353
00:34:43,333 --> 00:34:44,708
The King wants the outlaws heads

354
00:34:44,833 --> 00:34:47,292
on the castle battlements by dawn.

355
00:34:49,750 --> 00:34:51,708
March on!

356
00:34:54,167 --> 00:34:56,625
Youd better be telling the truth, Lady Marion.

357
00:34:56,875 --> 00:34:59,167
Because either Robin Hood will die,

358
00:34:59,792 --> 00:35:01,458
or you will.

359
00:36:02,750 --> 00:36:04,708
This way.

360
00:36:23,833 --> 00:36:25,167
Were getting close.

361
00:36:25,542 --> 00:36:27,375
Look, there.

362
00:36:28,333 --> 00:36:29,875
Its them!

363
00:36:30,625 --> 00:36:32,792
Dismount! Were going in on foot.

364
00:36:33,250 --> 00:36:34,667
Not you.

365
00:36:35,292 --> 00:36:37,083
Youve played your part.

366
00:36:37,708 --> 00:36:39,292
Youre to return to Nottingham.

367
00:36:39,542 --> 00:36:41,292
The King has other plans for you.

368
00:36:41,458 --> 00:36:42,750
Other plans?

369
00:36:42,917 --> 00:36:45,292
Other amusements.

370
00:36:46,500 --> 00:36:48,333
Take her to Nottingham!

371
00:37:00,875 --> 00:37:03,125
You, take the Kings men round to the right!

372
00:37:03,208 --> 00:37:05,125
You, the others to the left!

373
00:37:18,083 --> 00:37:20,083
This is Guy of Gisburne.

374
00:37:20,875 --> 00:37:22,667
You are surrounded.

375
00:37:23,167 --> 00:37:25,750
Throw down your arms and stand up!

376
00:37:26,500 --> 00:37:28,458
Stand up, I say!

377
00:37:31,917 --> 00:37:33,750
Take them!

378
00:38:01,792 --> 00:38:03,667
De Carnac!

379
00:38:05,458 --> 00:38:07,458
That woman will die for this!

380
00:38:10,167 --> 00:38:12,083
Gisburne fell for it!

381
00:38:13,250 --> 00:38:14,375
Wheres Marion?

382
00:38:14,458 --> 00:38:17,000
This fella says shes already been sent back to the castle.

383
00:38:17,083 --> 00:38:19,125
Kings orders.
What?

384
00:38:19,792 --> 00:38:22,208
Take care of him and make yourself scarce.

385
00:38:22,250 --> 00:38:23,875
Ive got to tell Robin.

386
00:38:32,625 --> 00:38:35,000
If de Carnac can pass himself off as me,

387
00:38:35,083 --> 00:38:37,125
then I can pass myself off as de Carnac.

388
00:38:37,208 --> 00:38:40,625
What about Gisburne?
Lost in the dark,

389
00:38:40,833 --> 00:38:42,292
as usual.

390
00:38:53,667 --> 00:38:55,708
We seem to be lost, my lord.

391
00:39:03,417 --> 00:39:05,833
So Gisburne has him trapped.

392
00:39:13,958 --> 00:39:16,583
Im sorry you werent in at the kill, my dear.

393
00:39:17,083 --> 00:39:19,917
But had you been harmed, I wouldve been desolate.

394
00:39:23,708 --> 00:39:26,125
And now to more pleasurable things.

395
00:39:30,667 --> 00:39:32,917
You shall be bathed

396
00:39:33,083 --> 00:39:34,708
scented

397
00:39:35,042 --> 00:39:37,042
and dressed in.

398
00:39:38,458 --> 00:39:39,792
Let me see.

399
00:39:49,708 --> 00:39:50,875
Hmm.

400
00:39:52,042 --> 00:39:53,583
This.

401
00:39:55,208 --> 00:39:58,042
The finest Byzantine silk!

402
00:39:59,625 --> 00:40:01,917
How well the colour matches your eyes!

403
00:40:04,917 --> 00:40:08,000
And then, de Rainault, you will bring her to me, yes?

404
00:40:08,083 --> 00:40:09,708
Yes, my liege.

405
00:40:14,000 --> 00:40:18,125
I await your return with keenest anticipation.

406
00:40:25,208 --> 00:40:27,167
Halt! Who goes there?

407
00:40:28,250 --> 00:40:30,542
Roger de Carnac!

408
00:40:52,208 --> 00:40:54,083
Nasir, Tuck, the cart.

409
00:40:54,167 --> 00:40:56,792
John, Will, follow me.

410
00:41:12,917 --> 00:41:15,042
Im here to take the tax money to London!

411
00:41:15,125 --> 00:41:16,750
On whos authority?

412
00:41:16,792 --> 00:41:18,208
The Kings!

413
00:41:18,417 --> 00:41:20,375
Im Roger de Carnac!

414
00:41:20,458 --> 00:41:22,875
I take my orders from the Sheriff.

415
00:41:51,542 --> 00:41:53,208
Where is she?

416
00:41:54,292 --> 00:41:57,750
She is still being prepared, my liege.

417
00:41:57,833 --> 00:42:00,333
Gods legs, de Rainault!

418
00:42:01,583 --> 00:42:04,250
The Queen doesnt keep me waiting this long.

419
00:42:05,292 --> 00:42:07,458
Bring her here this instant!

420
00:42:07,542 --> 00:42:09,167
Your Majesty.

421
00:42:39,125 --> 00:42:41,625
Hurry up, the King is growing impatient!

422
00:42:41,708 --> 00:42:43,083
Take care, my lord!

423
00:42:43,167 --> 00:42:45,875
This is the finest Byzantian silk!
Oh!

424
00:42:55,625 --> 00:42:57,917
The girl, my liege.
Excellent!

425
00:42:58,917 --> 00:43:00,458
Excellent!

426
00:43:02,167 --> 00:43:04,333
De Rainault, pour us some wine.

427
00:43:22,875 --> 00:43:25,083
To warm the blood.

428
00:43:30,333 --> 00:43:31,917
Whats wrong?

429
00:43:33,833 --> 00:43:35,708
Too heavy for my taste, my liege.

430
00:43:35,917 --> 00:43:37,375
That can be remedied.

431
00:43:39,708 --> 00:43:41,667
De Rainault, bring us your best claret.

432
00:43:41,708 --> 00:43:44,625
My liege, I shall instruct my servants...

433
00:43:44,708 --> 00:43:45,750
Oaf!

434
00:43:46,667 --> 00:43:49,333
Bring us the claret!

435
00:44:01,833 --> 00:44:04,875
The King is not to be disturbed! Let no one enter!

436
00:44:33,333 --> 00:44:34,583
Come, Marion.

437
00:44:34,625 --> 00:44:35,708
No!

438
00:44:35,792 --> 00:44:37,250
I mean,

439
00:44:37,333 --> 00:44:38,875
youre the King.

440
00:44:38,958 --> 00:44:41,125
You must think of me as a man.

441
00:44:41,208 --> 00:44:42,958
How can I, my liege?

442
00:44:43,750 --> 00:44:46,417
Because I command you to!

443
00:44:46,542 --> 00:44:47,792
Your Majesty,

444
00:44:48,000 --> 00:44:50,917
I hold you in such awe that I am not at ease with you.

445
00:44:51,167 --> 00:44:53,458
Perhaps though...
Yes?

446
00:44:55,125 --> 00:44:56,542
Well,

447
00:44:56,583 --> 00:45:00,208
theres a game that warms the blood far better than any wine.

448
00:45:01,250 --> 00:45:02,375
A game?

449
00:45:02,583 --> 00:45:04,458
From Anjou, my lord King.

450
00:45:04,667 --> 00:45:06,542
A game which the country lovers play.

451
00:45:06,625 --> 00:45:07,917
What kind of game?

452
00:45:09,500 --> 00:45:11,167
Conquest!

453
00:45:12,583 --> 00:45:15,417
The girl pretends to loath her suitor and resist him.

454
00:45:16,042 --> 00:45:19,042
In turn, he must stay calm,

455
00:45:19,500 --> 00:45:21,375
wooing her with gentle words,

456
00:45:21,500 --> 00:45:23,708
whatever she says or does.

457
00:45:25,125 --> 00:45:27,083
Will you play, my lord?

458
00:45:28,917 --> 00:45:30,375
Why not?

459
00:45:32,958 --> 00:45:34,125
Begin.

460
00:45:34,167 --> 00:45:36,083
Why, you loathsome little man,

461
00:45:36,167 --> 00:45:38,000
you make my flesh creep!

462
00:45:38,583 --> 00:45:39,833
Your turn.

463
00:45:41,583 --> 00:45:42,958
Ah, yes!

464
00:45:44,708 --> 00:45:47,667
You... you sweet thing,

465
00:45:47,792 --> 00:45:50,167
I find you irresistible.

466
00:45:50,250 --> 00:45:52,667
And I find you totally repulsive!

467
00:45:53,083 --> 00:45:55,958
Ooh, bitch! Youd...

468
00:45:58,458 --> 00:46:01,667
How very sweet!

469
00:46:02,250 --> 00:46:04,583
How bewitching!

470
00:46:04,875 --> 00:46:07,500
How enchanting!

471
00:46:08,167 --> 00:46:10,167
Marion!

472
00:46:10,958 --> 00:46:13,375
Marion, my love!

473
00:46:35,250 --> 00:46:38,083
Where are you taking the boy?
To the Sheriff.

474
00:46:43,500 --> 00:46:46,708
Much, what are you doing here? Wheres Marion?

475
00:46:46,792 --> 00:46:48,458
Gisburne sent her back!

476
00:46:48,500 --> 00:46:50,625
Shes here, the Kings got her!

477
00:46:54,792 --> 00:46:56,125
Toad!

478
00:46:59,625 --> 00:47:00,917
Marion!

479
00:47:01,000 --> 00:47:04,667
Your loveliness has me in its spell!

480
00:47:05,375 --> 00:47:08,083
Keep away from me, you insignificant snake!

481
00:47:08,208 --> 00:47:10,958
Hey, you! What? Snake?

482
00:47:11,083 --> 00:47:14,792
Dont touch me, you lascivious lunatic!

483
00:47:18,000 --> 00:47:20,500
Roger de Carnac to see the King!

484
00:47:21,042 --> 00:47:23,542
Well, the King can bite too!

485
00:47:23,625 --> 00:47:25,625
I am Roger de Carnac.

486
00:47:28,333 --> 00:47:29,708
No!

487
00:47:31,083 --> 00:47:33,167
Marion!

488
00:47:35,000 --> 00:47:36,542
My goddess!

489
00:47:36,625 --> 00:47:38,250
My sweetheart!

490
00:47:38,333 --> 00:47:40,208
Get off me!

491
00:47:40,292 --> 00:47:42,417
You will be mine!

492
00:47:42,625 --> 00:47:45,917
Jewel of my desire!
Get off me!

493
00:47:46,208 --> 00:47:49,333
Play on! Play on!

494
00:47:49,917 --> 00:47:52,292
Oh, what rapture!

495
00:47:52,333 --> 00:47:54,417
Queen of my desire!

496
00:47:54,500 --> 00:47:56,583
Queen of my heart!

497
00:47:57,292 --> 00:47:59,208
Youve won, my liege!

498
00:47:59,750 --> 00:48:02,292
I am yours!
Oh!

499
00:48:04,500 --> 00:48:05,875
Mine!

500
00:48:08,208 --> 00:48:09,833
Oh, hurry.

501
00:48:12,208 --> 00:48:14,250
What took you so long?
Marion?

502
00:48:25,958 --> 00:48:28,500
I always knew wed fall for each other!

503
00:48:44,042 --> 00:48:45,708
Quick, the cart!

504
00:48:56,250 --> 00:48:58,958
Hurry, my dearest!

505
00:49:02,167 --> 00:49:04,500
Give me my reward!

506
00:49:08,375 --> 00:49:10,708
Come back to me!

507
00:49:14,167 --> 00:49:16,208
Marion!

508
00:49:28,167 --> 00:49:31,458
Were just collecting the Kings taxes, see you next year!

509
00:49:31,542 --> 00:49:33,000
Thanks very much.

510
00:49:45,417 --> 00:49:48,667
Would you mind repeating that, de Rainault.

511
00:49:49,542 --> 00:49:51,875
I think I must have misheard you.

512
00:49:52,833 --> 00:49:56,042
I said she wasnt to be trusted, my liege.

513
00:50:13,208 --> 00:50:14,958
I like your dress.

514
00:50:15,042 --> 00:50:17,125
Goes with your eyes.

515
00:50:17,792 --> 00:50:19,833
Thats what the King said.

516
00:50:20,167 --> 00:50:21,583
Did he?

517
00:50:23,750 --> 00:50:25,333
Are you jealous?

518
00:50:25,417 --> 00:50:28,375
Jealous? No.

519
00:50:34,542 --> 00:50:36,292
Yes.

520
00:50:36,542 --> 00:50:41,042
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