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Princess of Thieves 

When her father is captured by The Sheriff of Nottingham and Prince John, Robin Hood's daughter sets out to help the son and rightful heir of King Richard the Lionheart sit on the throne as well as rescue her captive father.

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Hannah Cresswell ...
Marian (voice)
David Barrass ...
Cardaggian
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Del Synnott ...
Froderick
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Adam Ryan ...
Conrad
Brendon Gregory ...
Coachman
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Gaye Brown ...
Countess Tourtelot
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Tourtelot's Courier
Peter MacQueen ...
Captain
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Story of Robin Hood's daughter Gwyn who takes up his role after he is captured by Prince John. King Richard is dead and his son Philip is the rightful heir, but he is in France and too afraid to face John. Can Gwyn find Philip and convince him to fight John and free her father? Written by Nick Pearce

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If you thought Robin Hood broke all the rules, wait until you meet his daughter.


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Stephen Moyer is 16 years older than Keira Knightley. Moyer would later marry his "True Blood" co-star Anna Paquin whom is 3 years older than Knightley. See more »

Goofs

Gwen refers to Phillip as "Majesty", but King Henry VIII (1509-1547) was the first English King to hold that title. This was hundreds of years after Richard the Lionheart's reign (1189-1199). See more »

Quotes

Gwyn: Are you the master of your destiny, or a slave to your fear?
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Version of Robin Hood (1912) See more »

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not bad, but the best part was that...
2 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie on THE WONDERFUL WORLD OF Disney, and was immediately enchanted by it. In fact, I wrote to Disney repeatedly about how I could acquire it for my own collection, and got it at a Disney store, I think. I thought the actors were all good, but I especially liked Stuart Wilson, who played Robin Hood. He reminds me of Errol Flynn, who I thought played that part best in THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD, made by MGM in 1938. The actors who played Prince John and the Sheriff of Nottingham were quite good, and I thought Kiera Knightley and the guy who played Prince Philip were excellent. I'm glad the movie was made, because I always wondered what happened to Robin and Marian after King Richard's return. If I would be asked who should see it, I'd say anyone 12 or older, as it includes references that are sexual.


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