Headscratchers: The Adventures of Robin Hood
- At one point Robin takes Marian from where his merry men are feasting to see a group of oppressed, starving peasants that have sought shelter with the outlaws. Naturally they weren't invited to the feasting because...because...
- ...possibly because Robin does not want to expose their identities to the vengeful Normans who are at the feast — or possibly because he does not want to expose the Normans to the vengeful peasants. Anyway, Robin explicitly makes sure they have been fed and taken care of.
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