Robin Hood (1984–1986)
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Robin Hood and the Sorcerer 

His family massacred by Norman soldiers, Robin takes on the mantle of the Hooded Man, a champion long prophesied. His first challenge is to free Maid Marion from the clutches of the evil, ... See full summary »

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Wayne Michaels ...
Toby Lee ...
Geoffrey Greenhill ...
Miller
Betty Francis ...
Much's Mother
Nickolas Grace ...
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Peter Llewellyn Williams ...
Robert Addie ...
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Paul Rainbow ...
Tom the Fletcher (as Paul Duggan)
Mark Audley ...
Dickon
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His family massacred by Norman soldiers, Robin takes on the mantle of the Hooded Man, a champion long prophesied. His first challenge is to free Maid Marion from the clutches of the evil, powerful Baron de Belleme. Written by Gareth Preston <gpreston@mmu.ac.uk>

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Trivia

Nasir was not originally supposed to be a recurring character. He was supposed to be killed by Little John in "Robin Hood & The Sorcerer", but the producers changed their minds at the last minute. It was Mark Ryan's idea for Nasir to be a quiet character. See more »

Goofs

During the fight at Castle Belleme on several occasions modern rain pipes are visible. See more »

Quotes

Robin Hood: What do you want of me?
Herne the Hunter: Your life, your strength. The powers of light and darkness have always been with you. You have denied them.
Robin Hood: What's your name?
Herne the Hunter: When the Horned One possesses me, I am Herne the Hunter.
Robin Hood: But what must I do?
Herne the Hunter: What your fate asks of you. The time is near.
Robin Hood: The time? What time?
Herne the Hunter: They have waited too long. Take the sword, take it! Albion. One of the seven swords of Wayland, charged with the power of light and darkness. Now, string the bow!
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Version of Robin and the 7 Hoods (1964) See more »

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Lady Marion
Written and Performed by Clannad
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Magnificent
8 April 2004 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This is quite simply one of the best Robin Hood interpretations ever made. I remember enjoying it as a kid, and now that I have it on DVD it's just as enjoyable. It's just a shame that it wouldn't be possible to show such an obviously pagan program in this day and age.

The actors look refreshingly human, and not too hollywood-ised and full of girly make-up. All in all a fantastic fantasy series which is a worthy benchmark to compare other fantasy movies/series against...


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