Robin Hood
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Little John: Hey! Who's drivin' this flyin' umbrella?

Tagalong: Good bye, Mr. Robin Hood. Come again at my birthday.

Robin Hood: Tell me, young man, how old are you?
Skippy: Gosh, I'm seven years old! Going on eight.
Robin Hood: Seven? That does make you the man of the house.

Alan-A-Dale: Oh, incidentally, I'm Alan-A-Dale, a minstrel. That's an old time folk singer. My job is to tell it like it is, or was, or whatever.

Clucky: As your lady in waiting, I'm waiting.

Little John: The prince? Wait a minute. There's a law against robbing royalty. I'll catch you later.

Marian: Oh, Robin, you're so brave and impetuous.

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

Marian: Oh, Clucky, surely he must know how much I really love him.
Clucky: But of course, my dear. Believe me, someday soon, your Uncle King Richard will have an outlaw for an in-law.

Little John: I am Sir Reginald, Duke of Chutney. And don't stick your tongue out at me, kid.

Little John: You know somethin', Robin. I was just wonderin', are we good guys or bad guys? You know, I mean, uh? Our robbin' the rich to feed the poor.
Robin Hood: Rob? Tsk tsk tsk. That's a naughty word. We never rob. We just sort of borrow a bit from those who can afford it.
Little John: Borrow? Boy, are we in debt.

Continuity mistake: When Robin Hood and Little John are fortune tellers and Robin kisses Prince John's hand. Robin takes the whole ring but in the next scene there is a ring on his finger with no stone in it. It is on his right hand. (00:12:55)

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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.

Krista

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Question: When Robin Hood jumps into the water near the end of the movie, how did he survive the guards shooting arrows at him? Going underwater doesn't protect you from getting hit by arrows. Arrows can go deeper underwater than bullets can since they have more mass, even though they don't go as fast.

Answer: An arrow may have more mass, but it is also far less dense. Both the shaft and the fletchings will float. As well, these are not full powered English longbows, but shortbows, designed to be used at close range and without the same penetrating power. You can see many videos on Youtube about how arrows will not go deep.

Greg Dwyer

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