Robin Hood

Corrected entry: Robin Hood and Little John steal all of Prince John's gold by tying bags of it to a constantly moving rope that runs between the bedroom and the jail. The problem is, when Little John shot one end of the rope into the bedroom on an arrow, the arrow just stuck into the wall. The rope wasn't looped around anything, so it shouldn't be able to move.

Correction: Before he gets up there the clock strikes three. When he's almost done the clock strikes four. Even though he had to climb up there he could easily had time to loop the rope around something to make it movable.

Continuity mistake: During the archery constest, in one scene Prince John has a ring on his right paw with no jewel, then all of a sudden the jewel appears. a few scenes later he has three rings on that paw, and later he has no rings at all.

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Hiss: A perfect fit, Sire! Looks most becoming! You look regal, dignified, sincere, masterful, noble.
Prince John: Don't overdo it, Hiss.

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Trivia: The characters of Prince John and King Richard are based on real people. Their mother, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, really did prefer Richard over John and all her other children (although John didn't really lapse into fits of whining and sucking his thumb.) John eventually became king after Richard's death.

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Question: Why doesn't Prince John like having his hand shaken?

Answer: Robin Hood, while disguised as a stork, wouldn't stop shaking Prince John's hand and it was starting to annoy him. Prince John was also robbed by Robin Hood earlier in the movie so he wanted to make sure that the jewels in his rings weren't stolen again.

Answer: Being the prince, he would consider everyone else beneath him and unworthy of touching him.

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