Peregrinus meets Robin just as the Sheriff of Nottingham offers Robin a pardon if he swears to support King John. Peregrinus and Robin then become aware of a list of Lords loyal to King John and set to capture it.

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Peregrinus meets Robin just as the Sheriff of Nottingham offers Robin a pardon if he swears to support King John. Peregrinus and Robin then become aware of a list of Lords loyal to King John and set to capture it.

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30 April 1956 (UK)  »

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Peregrinus aka King Richard appears in an earlier episode and instructed Robin to undertake a dangerous mission. In this episode he re-appears and neither Robin nor any of his men recognize him despite him wearing the same costume. See more »

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An Insulting Script
24 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have not commented on the other presentations in this interesting series thus far because as they go it is rather standard fare. I do try to give people the benefit of the doubt, but if one works with an on-going project at least do a modicum of research. This script is without doubt an insult to the viewer. Barely two months earlier the character of "Peregrinus/King Richard", played by Patrick Barr, was presented. Here Peregrinus appears again and we are expected to believe that Robin and the band do not recognize the King that they have already clearly seen! Shame! One wonders if actors at that time were even allowed to object to such idiocy in the characters they regularly portrayed.


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