Robin Hood: For my first order of business, I wish to appoint a new Sheriff of Rottingham. My friend, Achoo.
Achoo: All right.
Crowd: A black sheriff?
Blinkin: He's black?
Achoo: And why not? It worked in Blazing Saddles.
The first time we see Maid Marian in the bath, it's full of bubbles. When she stands up, they've all vanished in a matter of seconds! See more...
The bit where the Sheriff of Rottingham tells Robin to "walk this way" before strutting away, causing Robin and the Guards to follow him strutting in the same manner is a reference to another Mel Brooks movie, Young Frankenstein, where Igor and Frankenstein do the same bit. See more...
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|Title||Robin Hood: Men in Tights|
|Original entry||Robin's speech to the villagers is reminiscent of Winston Churchill's speech before commons on June 4th, 1940.|