Robin Hood (1984–1986)
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The Betrayal 

King John wearies of having Nottingham's tax money constantly stolen by Robin Hood and his gang; realising that Robin Hood thrives because the common people trust and support him, the King ... See full summary »

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Deborah Cranston ... Woman Villager
Judi Trott ... Lady Marion
Peter Llewellyn Williams ... Much (as Peter Llewellyn-Williams)
... Will Scarlet
... Friar Tuck
... Little John
... Robert of Huntingdon
... Nasir
Nickolas Grace ... Robert de Rainault / Sheriff
Robert Addie ... Sir Guy of Gisburne
... Roger de Carnac
... Prince John (as Philip Davis)
Ian Redford ... Tom the Villager
Paul Nicholson ... Monk
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King John wearies of having Nottingham's tax money constantly stolen by Robin Hood and his gang; realising that Robin Hood thrives because the common people trust and support him, the King sets out to tarnish Robin Hood's reputation and thus turn the people against him. John orders his man Roger de Carnac to gather a gang of outlaw "impersonators" who, dressed as Robin Hood and the Merry Men, begin to kill, burn, and rob their way trough the villages of Nottinghamshire. Written by Anonymous

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24 May 1986 (UK)  »

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Robert de Rainault: My liege, she's not to be trusted.
Sir Guy of Gisburne: She should be hanged at once!
Prince John: Silence, imbecile.
Robert de Rainault: [to Guy] Clown!
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