Robin Hood (1984–1986)
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John decides to marry his long-time girlfriend Meg and leave the band of outlaws. The wedding plans are halted, however, when Lord Edgar, Robert's uncle, reaches Sherwood Forest with the ... See full summary »

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Annabelle Lee ...
Mad Mab (as Annabel Lee)
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Robin
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Will Scarlet
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Nasir
Judi Trott ...
Lady Marion
Phil Rose ...
Friar Tuck
Peter Llewellyn Williams ...
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Little John
Claire Toeman ...
Meg of Wickham
Robert Addie ...
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King John (as Philip Davis)
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Herne the Hunter
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The Earl of Huntingdon
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John decides to marry his long-time girlfriend Meg and leave the band of outlaws. The wedding plans are halted, however, when Lord Edgar, Robert's uncle, reaches Sherwood Forest with the news that Robert's father has been accused of treason by the King. An anonymous informer has testified that he overheard the Earl of Huntingdon hiring a witch to curse the King; the King, being inexplicably ill, comes to believe that his illness is indeed due to witchcraft. John orders the Earl imprisoned, and Robert must clear his father's name before it's too late. Written by Anonymous

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14 June 1986 (UK)  »

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When Will is on the platform in the square, answering King John "Scarlet, and what is yours." In the background, over the top of the gates, a white car is passing by. See more »

Quotes

King's aide: You must rest...
Prince John: Rest? Rest? And who will deal with the unrest that de Rainault's fled from? Fine Sheriff! Trots off on a pilgrimage to Canterbury at the first sign of trouble!
Sir Guy of Gisburne: Perhaps he knew you were coming, my liege?
[the King shoots Gisburne a poisonous look]
Sir Guy of Gisburne: To, uh, deal with it...
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