Much, trying to assist a sick relative in Nottingham, is caught by Gisburne, thrown into the Nottingham Castle dungeons, and sentenced to be hanged. Meanwhile, the legendary outlaw Adam ... See full summary »

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Peter Llewellyn Williams ...
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Nickolas Grace ...
Robert de Rainault / Sheriff
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Bryan Marshall ...
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Leo Dolan ...
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Rodney Wood ...
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Much, trying to assist a sick relative in Nottingham, is caught by Gisburne, thrown into the Nottingham Castle dungeons, and sentenced to be hanged. Meanwhile, the legendary outlaw Adam Bell returns to Nottingham, causing mayhem as he kidnaps the Sheriff's young nephew Martin. Realising there is only one man who can outwit Adam Bell, the Sheriff, against all of his principles, decides to make a deal with Robin Hood: "Your half-wit for my brat." Written by Anonymous

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31 May 1986 (UK)  »

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Clive Mantle wears a long-haired wig in this episode, seeing as he had cut his hair very short in order to play Lennie in Steinbeck's "Of Mice and Men" on the London stage. See more »

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Much can be seen playing the blindfold game with Martin and the other outlaws in Sherwood when he is really supposed to be in the Nottingham Castle dungeons. See more »

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Robert de Rainault: Have I ever spoken to you about my younger brother, Edward?
Sir Guy of Gisburne: No.
Robert de Rainault: Even when he was young he was different from me: honest, trusting, generous. Naturally I despised him.
Sir Guy of Gisburne: Naturally.
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