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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
Luke de Lacey ...
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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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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11 March 2001 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The film picks up years after the known events of the Robin Hood myth. See more »

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The movie opens in 1184 and states that it's in the reign of King Richard I. In fact, Richard did not become king until 1189. 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: Men in Tights (1993) See more »

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Not Worth the Time Investment
18 January 2006 | by (Tulsa, OK) – See all my reviews

This film is not worth your time. I watched it when it premiered on TV out of a lack of anything better to do. And I remember thinking very clearly that the lead actress was strikingly attractive, but a very weak actress. Since then, Keira Knightley has proved that my initial impression might was far too hasty. In fact, her performance in Pride & Prejudice is absolutely Oscar-worthy. But her performance is not worth sitting through this mess. It is a weakly conceived, cheaply made film, and has none of the inherent pleasure of the original Robin Hood legends. The acting is, without exception, overwrought. And many of the scenes are simply painful in memory (like the bad-guy speech right when he is prepared to kill an aging Robin, which gives the secondary hero an opportunity to regain his sword. Are writers never going to tire of that scene?) Robin Hood enthusiasts and Knoightley fans alike should pass this one over.


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