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Robin Hood, Series 1HDTV-14Closed Captioning

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With breathtaking archery, incredible swordplay, a feisty Marian and not a pair of tights in sight — this is a Robin Hood for a new generation. While this adaptation is modern, the core of this epic remains true to the legend. Newcomers Jonas Armstrong (Robin) and Lucy Griffiths (Marian) breathe new life into these classic roles. Keith Allen brings his own brand of malevolence to the Sheriff of Nottingham and Richard Armitage plays his handsome but sadistic sidekick, Guy of Gisbourne. Robin's gang of Merry Men — and women (this is a modern version) — include Will Scarlett, the ingenious engineer who can construct anything from any material; Little John, a muscle man who comes in handy when a little brute force is needed; Allan-a-Dale, a pathological liar and brilliant frontman for scams; and Djaq, a master of trickery and disguise who finds life more interesting when she passes for a man.

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Robin Hood

Robin Hood is the best television show to come along in a while. It is witty and clever as well as funny and entertaining. It's humerous without losing the serious, dramatic flavor of the series, which is a very difficult feat. The story is also riddled with interesting and endearing characters that you get more attached to with each episode. Robin Hood, the main character, is brave and courageous, but human and flawed. He has a lust for glory and he needs to be admired. Marian, his love interest, is strong willed and kind hearted. She cares deeply for her father, the former Sheriff of Nottingham, and the poor people in England, but her stubbornness tends to get her in trouble. Much, Robin's faithful servant and good friend, is a bumbling coward, but at the same time very endearing. He gripes and moans, but in the end he would do anything for Robin. The Sheriff of Nottingham is a rotten man that delights in the pain and suffering of others, but he is so hilarious that you can't help but enjoy watching him. He is a coward at heart and squeals like a girl when he's in any real danger. Guy of Gisborne is the Sheriff's loyal henchman. He has taken Robin's place at Locksley Manor and is interested in Marian. He is serious and gruff. You want to believe that he's good at heart, but he's not. I would definitely reccommend that you give Robin Hood a try... It tells an already great story in an even more interesting way, and it is entertaining to boot. I, for one, am glad the Brits decided to share this one with us Yankees :)

Amazing Show

Leave it up to the British to produce one of the best shows I've seen in a long time. I recomed Robin Hood to everyone I know. Great show, great cast and great old time "superhero". Who can resist Robin Hood?

Was my favorite show of all time until 2nd season finale!!!

I loved this show so much that I watched them all in the span of less than 2 days. . . both seasons. But when the writers decided to throw the legend out the window and kill off one of the main characters, I just cannot continue to watch unless the character returns. I would recommend buying the first two seasons, but be prepared to be furious at the second season finale.

Robin Hood, Series 1
View in iTunes $34.99
  • HD Version
  • Genre: Drama
  • Released: May 05, 2008
  • CCin English

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