Corrected entry: When Robin knocks all of the knights over and they fall down like dominoes, it's obvious which ones are real and which ones aren't - the real ones bend their knees.
Corrected entry: Early on, when Cary Elwes arrives to see Loxley Hall being moved away, you can see that it is being pulled straight across the ground and off the foundation. Then right after, Blinkin is seen sitting on the toilet. If the castle WAS being moved in such a way, then wouldn't it be impossible for Blinkin to still be sitting where he is?
Corrected entry: After Robin's castle is taken away, Blinkin gives Robin the pendant that his father said to give him. When Robin goes to put it around his neck you can see that the pendant is already open with the key inside.
Corrected entry: In the first sequence with the "Rapping Robins", when the background singers/dancers go to form a line with their hands crossed in front (kind of ballet-esque) the first and third Robins miss hands and struggle to latch together.
Corrected entry: In the scene with the jail break, all the prisoners take off their handcuffs in a second. They were far too loose. Why didn't they do that before? And also, there were more than 2 people on all the other bars, why didn't they break the bars then?
Corrected entry: When Robin slaps Rottingham with the gauntlet, Rottingham clutches the wrong side of his face.
Corrected entry: During the fight scene between Robin and Little John, the camera pans around to reveal the horse that Robin and company were traveling on. Blinkin and Achoo are nowhere to be found. After Robin defeats Little John, we see Achoo running across the bridge and Blinkin standing by the horse.
Corrected entry: In the archery contest, Robin reveals himself from his "old man" disguise when he takes off a large, black hat. In the first shot, he still has the disguise on but no hat. However, in the next shot of Robin, he has on his regular clothes, his trademark hat and all, but the disguising clothes (including the first hat) are nowhere in sight.
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