Robin Hood (2006–2009)
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Sheriff Got Your Tongue? 

Robin is captured by Little John, the sheriff takes extreme measures to find Robin, and Marian tries to offer assistance.

Director:

John McKay

Writers:

Dominic Minghella (creator), Foz Allan (creator) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jonas Armstrong ... Robin Hood
Lucy Griffiths ... Marian
Richard Armitage ... Guy of Gisbourne
Keith Allen ... Sheriff of Nottingham
Gordon Kennedy ... Little John
Sam Troughton ... Much
Joe Armstrong ... Allan A Dale
Harry Lloyd ... Will Scarlett
Michael Elwyn ... Edward
Mark Bagnall ... Forrest
William Beck ... Roy
Josh Cole Josh Cole ... Hanton
Sean Murray Sean Murray ... Dan Scarlett (credit only)
Jonathan Readwin ... Luke Scarlett (credit only)
Josef Altin ... Benedict Giddens (credit only)
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Storyline

Robin is captured by Little John, the sheriff takes extreme measures to find Robin, and Marian tries to offer assistance.

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TV-PG
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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fót Studios, Budapest, Hungary See more »

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Runtime:

(DVD)

Color:

Color
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Trivia

Filming on this episode was delayed for 2 weeks as all the sets and forest were frozen solid in Hungary's late winter. See more »

Goofs

The sheriff makes a "tick-tock" sound to indicate that he reckons the hour is up. Mechanical clocks weren't invented until at least the 1300's and the pendulum clock (which actually makes the right sound) not until 1656 (by Christian Huygens). See more »

Quotes

Marian: You are an utter fool!
Robin Hood: You said that already.
Marian: Oh, you listened? I also told you confronting the Sheriff wouldn't work. You didn't listen to that!
Robin Hood: I did not have much choice.
Marian: Oh, everything's a choice. Everything we do. Grow up.
Robin Hood: I prevented unjust hangings. I protected people from my village
Marian: That will make your death romantic.
Robin Hood: It would make it honorable!
Marian: Honorable? And what about the people you were so honorably protecting? Who will protect them when you're dead? Oh! What is it with men and ...
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Soundtracks

Have You ever Kissed a Boy Named John?
Performed by Juliet Seal
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Brilliant once again!
28 November 2007 | by xox-cheekychimps-xoxSee all my reviews

I think that this episode was better than the first episode, but that doesn't mean to say i didn't like the first episode, I LOVED IT! but what i mean to say is that the story is coming together and everyone is fitting in together and everybody has their own part in the story. I find it really annoying when people say that robin comes back too young, because an older man wouldn't be able to fight in a war and run around in a forest and all these daring things robin does. I would also like to say to all the actors/actresses in the show that they are doing a great job. People who do not like the show shouldn't watch it and if they don't have anything nice to say about the show, then don't say it. They say it isn't historically correct, well flick over to the history documentary programmes and watch them instead, this is first-class Saturday night entertainment and it when people say something bad about it, it just makes them sound like grumpy old men. I think this show is going to go a long long way. can't wait for the next episode!


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