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"Robin Hood" The Witch of Elsdon (TV Episode 1984) Poster

(TV Series)

(1984)

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Robert de Rainault: What a paragon of virtue you are, Gisburne. I really am most impressed. If she wanted to 'bewitch' ME, I'd be inclined to let her.

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Robert de Rainault: What a worrier you are, Gisburne! You must learn patience if you're ever to take service with me. And tact - you're very short on tact.

Sir Guy of Gisburne: I believe in action, my lord.

Robert de Rainault: Ah yes, action. The eternal excuse for not stopping to think.

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Marion: We're outlaws, all of us. Bound together by the powers of light and darkness.

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Robert de Rainault: Well, if it isn't the flower of chivalry himself. What can I do for you?

Sir Guy of Gisburne: It is the third day, my lord.

Robert de Rainault: I know what day it is, Gisburne! You've no need to ride ten miles to tell me that.

Sir Guy of Gisburne: The Abbot is angry.

Robert de Rainault: The Abbot's always angry. He was angry as a child. I've still got the scars.

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Abbot Hugo de Rainault: Why don't you stick their heads over the main gate? That's what I'd do: a permanent reminder to the rest of the Nottingham rabble.

Robert de Rainault: I'm not a gamekeeper, Hugo. And what about the stench? Aren't you forgetting the prevailing wind blows from that direction?

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Robert de Rainault: Soldiers have a habit of dying. It's an occupational hazard.

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Robin Hood: Why are you behaving like this? This is ridiculous!

Marion: Oh, I'm ridiculous now, am I?

Robin Hood: Now, I didn't say that.

Marion: What am I to you, Robin?

Robin Hood: Everything.

Marion: Everything. You're right: wife, cook, and nurse.

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Robert de Rainault: Hanging is a comparatively painless death. I am sure we could devise something far more imaginative for Thomas. Something I could make you watch... for hours.

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Friar Tuck: It brings tears to your eyes...

Little John: It will do if you don't get off me foot!

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Robert de Rainault: I was wrong about Robin Hood.

Sir Guy of Gisburne: Yes, my lord.

Robert de Rainault: 680 silver marks! I want his head!

Sir Guy of Gisburne: I'll get it for you.

Robert de Rainault: Don't be so stupid! If you go to Sherwood, all you'll get is an arrow in your back, and a bloody long one, too.

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Robin Hood: Herne protect us.

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Herne the Hunter: The powers of light and darkness are with you. Use them! Act quickly!

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Robin Hood: You can kill a man with that feather, or you can save his life, can't you?

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Will Scarlet: Why were they chasing you?

Jennet of Elsdon: They were taking me to be hanged.

Will Scarlet: What for?

Jennet of Elsdon: Do they need a reason?

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