History Headscratchers / RobinHood

19th Jul '17 4:51:06 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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* This flew right over my head as a child, but has now become impossible to ignore  what the heck is a monk like Friar Tuck doing taking care of a church?
22nd Apr '17 4:53:50 AM Snicka
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\n** It's a similar animation cheat as FeatherFingers and ToothyBird. Maybe, in-universe, he has extremely flexible legs?

26th Mar '17 6:52:04 PM Nire
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** It might have been that the initial tightening choked him, but after that the knot loosened enough for him to breathe. Ever notice that tying a good knot with a really smooth material can be tricky because it'll undo itself right away? Kind of like that.

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** It might have been that the initial tightening choked him, but after that the knot loosened enough for him to breathe. Ever notice that tying a good knot with a really smooth material can be tricky because it'll undo itself slide open right away? Kind of like that.
26th Mar '17 6:38:18 PM Nire
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** It might have been that the initial tightening choked him, but after that the knot loosened enough for him to breathe. Ever notice that tying a good knot with a really smooth material can be tricky because it'll undo itself right away? Kind of like that.





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\n* A minor one, but Alan-A-Dale has realistic bird legs. Which is fine, but when he sits down and crosses his legs, the [[BodyHorror ankles bend in the opposite direction to become "knees."]] It's an easy thing to miss, but hard to ignore once you've seen it.

16th Mar '17 10:36:56 PM Historian1912
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\n** Larger creatures seem to pull the carriages. Prince John's carriage is pulled by some of his elephant soldiers. Little John pulls the cart during the escape from the castle. What's going on with the carriage at the end of the film is left ambiguous, though.

20th Apr '16 4:00:11 PM LadyEvil
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\n* Who pulls the carriages? Prince John rides in a carriage. The very last scene is Robin and Marian riding away in a carriage with a "Just Married" sign. Are horses just not anthropomorphic in this world?

25th Oct '15 3:50:59 PM ngh93
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\n*Where the heck were Marian and Klucky between the "Phony King" song and the final scene? They just vanish in the middle of it then appear at the very end of the film. Where were they?




* So I'd like to know what happened to all the other outlaws from the first two episodes, the one's that Little John led, all of a sudden, it's just John, Roy, Allan, and Will. what happened to the rest of the outlaw bunch, did they just say "okay, Robin's here, let's leave?" I'd hate that this was the director's way of doing some major screw up

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* So I'd like to know what happened to all the other outlaws from the first two episodes, the one's that Little John led, all of a sudden, it's just John, Roy, Allan, and Will. what happened to the rest of the outlaw bunch, did they just say "okay, Robin's here, let's leave?" I'd hate that this was the director's way of doing some major screw up
21st Oct '15 3:01:50 AM ScroogeMacDuck
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\n** You said it yourself: a kiss ''from'' Maid Marian. Not the right to ''kiss'' Maid Marian ''yourself''. Especially given her high status, it wouldn't be the right to kiss her on the mouth but the right to be kissed by her on the cheek.

16th Jun '15 4:56:25 AM KissyKatt
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\n\n* Robin's goal in going to the tournament was to get the prize of a kiss from Marian. Yet the disguise he wore was a stork, meaning the false bill covered his entire snout and mouth. How was he planning to kiss her?

12th Apr '15 10:30:28 AM iambutashadow
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** Speaking as an archer, splitting an arrow from knock to point is impossible. It is possible to split arrows, but not perfectly all the way down. (It's due to the grain of the wood.) However the competition is to find the BEST archer, not the one with the most points. In a modern competition splitting an arrow doesn't get you any extra points (it just means you have to pay for a new arrow to replace the one you wrecked) but if you do it on purpose rather than accident, and can do it on demand, then you get kudos for being THAT good (and always get a target to yourself!) so in a more informal competition it might sway the verdict in a draw.
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