Robin Hood (2006–2009)
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When Robin saves an arsonist from burning Locksley Church he unleashes a series of events culminating in the discovery of a mysterious Saracen visitor at Nottingham Castle.


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Dominic Minghella (creator), Foz Allan (creator) | 2 more credits »

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Episode complete credited cast:
Jonas Armstrong ... Robin Hood
Lucy Griffiths ... Marian
Richard Armitage ... Guy of Gisborne
Keith Allen ... Sheriff of Nottingham
Gordon Kennedy ... Little John
Sam Troughton ... Much
Joe Armstrong ... Allan A Dale
Harry Lloyd ... Will Scarlett
Anjali Jay ... Djaq
Rhys Meredith ... Harold
Raji James Raji James ... Prince Malik
Ali Amadi Ali Amadi ... General
Soma O. Szabó Soma O. Szabó ... Peasant Man
Ágnes Bánfalvy Ágnes Bánfalvy ... Peasant Woman


When Robin saves an arsonist from burning Locksley Church he unleashes a series of events culminating in the discovery of a mysterious Saracen visitor at Nottingham Castle.

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English | Arabic

Release Date:

5 May 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Fót Studios, Budapest, Hungary See more »

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The veteran of the Crusades whom Much looks after wears camouflage pants. Camouflage was invented by the French after the First World War, about 750 years later. See more »


[last lines]
Much: I didn't do anything. I just listened to him.
Robin Hood: Well, maybe that's the real magic. Listening.
[He slowly walks away, whistling]
Much: Why don't you listen to me more then, Master?
[Robin continues whistling]
Much: Master?
Robin Hood: [as if he only just noticed Much was talking to him] What? Sorry. Sorry, did you say something?
Much: Unbelievable! You talk to me about listening, then you don't listen!
Robin Hood: Pardon?
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10 December 2006 | by general-melchettSee all my reviews

What can I say, other than Robin Hood is really getting into its stride now? It is amazing how far they have moved on since Episode 1. The swordplay, especially towards the end, was neat for a budget of £8 million (yes, it wasn't great, but at least they tried with the fancy swordplay and £8m isn't much in the film industry), there was a sense of mystery and fear in it thanks to the presence of a strange mask (but this is all revealed at the end of the episode) and Robin Hood is starting to become more aware of its links to the Crusades, and Djaq is starting to become one of the key points in this series. The humour at the end is weak, and the underwater filming at the start is dodgy, but Robin Hood is really getting far better now, and is starting to cross from light-hearted drivel to meaningful viewing territory now. I am looking forward to the climax of this series... 9/10

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