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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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Crispin Letts ...
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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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Little John is the only major member of the Merry Men not accounted in the story and the character is presumed to have died or moved on at the time of these events. See more »

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When Prince Philip stands on the beach about 28 minutes into the movie and does his speech overlooking the beach and shore, you can see a swaying anchor buoy in the distance to his right. See more »

Quotes

Gwyn: Prince John, your days of tyranny are at an end.
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Version of Robin Hood (1973) See more »

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5 January 2004 | by (The Computer Desk) – See all my reviews

This is not one of the best TV movies I've ever seen, but it isn't hateful. The acting of Kiera Knightley was excellent, as was Stuart Wilson(Robin Hood) and Crispin Letts (Will Scarlett). Most of the others were pretty terrible, but that's forgiving. The script needed a bit of a touch up in places, but I don't think there is even one line of Robin's that I didn't like. "You have egg in your beard..." he says to Prince John.

The one thing that really bothered me in this movie was the sword fights. They looked as if these extras coordinated them on their own, and had about an hour to practice. They have no speed, no feeling, and I imagine that Bob Anderson would have had a fit with these.

Apart from the sword fighting (and that annoying Pope near the end...), nothing really bothered me about this movie. If you're looking for something to watch while holding the hand of your date, avoid this movie at all cost. If you're baby-sitting several kids, or are just bored out of your mind, this movie is flawless. Other than that, it seems to be just average. I've seen better, but I've seen much worse *cough*Attack of the Clones*cough*


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