Movie: The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men Movie: The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men

Movie: The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men Movie: The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men

Tyb:
Where's that harem-scarem son of yours?



Hugh Fitzooth:
The maid's not with Robin if that's what you mean.



Tyb:
Find one bad penny, you'll find two.

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Maid Marian:
So it's goodbye again.



Robin Hood:
It will always be goodbye till King Richard returns.



Maid Marian:
I fear so. Do you remember the day we said goodbye at Huntington?



Robin Hood:
I do.



Maid Marian:
And you were wishing to join the crusade and go to the Holy Land.



Robin Hood:
Yes.



Maid Marian:
It's well for England that you didn't.



Robin Hood:
I wonder.



Maid Marian:
You're serving your king better here, Robin Fitzooth.



Robin Hood:
Thank you, my lady.

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Maid Marian:
[dressed as a page boy being held back by Little John] Let me go, you monster! Let me go!



Robin Hood:
Hey, John. Give me that lad.



Maid Marian:
[Marian is tossed to Robin] Let me down, you... you white faced...



Robin Hood:
Well, you're a pretty lad and sweetly tempered. Like a lady I used to know.



Maid Marian:
And I used to know a gentleman called Robin Fitzooth who would scorn to be a common thief.

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Maid Marian:
And you, good rogue, have my gracious leave to pine and fret till my return.



Robin Hood:
Oh, why should I?



Maid Marian:
To please a lady.



Robin Hood:
I could please myself to take up the cross and follow my king to the Holy Land.



Maid Marian:
'Twould come to the same thing in the end. Chop a few heads enough you'd come back a knight. As a knight you'd go jousting a tournament, to please a lady, and have your own head chopped off.



Robin Hood:
It would be worth it.



Maid Marian:
Is she so passing fair?



Robin Hood:
Aye



Maid Marian:
Describe her to me, Robin.



Robin Hood:
Well... she's....



Tyb:
Marian! Come now!



Robin Hood:
You're father's waiting.



Maid Marian:
I know, I know. Tell me quickly.



Robin Hood:
Well, she's tall and stately with bonnie blue eyes and golden hair. And above all she's sweetly tempered.


[Marian kicks Robin in the shin]



Robin Hood:
Ooooh. Owe.



Maid Marian:
Farewell, old clodhopper!

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