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Agrivaine
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Isadora
Jeremy Sinden ...
Mortimer
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Robert of Huntingdon
Peter Llewellyn Williams ...
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Herne the Hunter
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Skulley
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Friar Tuck saves a young woman from being attacked in the forest and brings her back to the outlaws' camp. In the middle of the night, the woman wakes Robert and identifies herself as the daughter of his godfather, Lord Agrivaine, explaining that the two of them, alone, must go to him at once at Caerleon Castle. In Caerleon, the dying Agrivaine explains that he is leaving Robert a great inheritance, but in order to get it, he first must defend it - for, as they speak, a group of robbers and villains is approaching the castle, determined to steal its treasure. Written by Anonymous

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26 April 1986 (UK)  »

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Raven: I'm a soldier, Mortimer, so are all of us. You take that scully there; he used to be page to a knight chevalier, before he cut the man's throat to follow me. We fought three years for God in the Crusades. The Holy War!
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Raven: Three stinking, lousy years in the heat and the dust and the filth. Dying of thirst, starvation, and disease before we even set eyes on a Saracen. They promised us a seat in heaven, and they sent us to hell. So now we work for ourselves, as soldiers of fortune, and this ...
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