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* NiceHat: Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production, outside of spoofs and parodies, to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''. This is TruthInTelevision since bycockets were usually worn by rich noblemen, and never into battle.

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* NiceHat: Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production, outside of spoofs and parodies, to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''. This is TruthInTelevision since bycockets were usually worn by rich noblemen, and never into battle.battle since it was a hunting hat and was not created until the mid-13th century.


* ArcherArchetype: Well, he ''is'' Myth/RobinHood.

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* ArcherArchetype: Well, he ''is'' Myth/RobinHood. A more realistic example than most, since Russell Crowe is a man with a powerful physique - longbows require a lot of physical strength to wield.



* AdaptationalWimp: In the Robin Hood mythos, he is one of the protagonist's most feared enemies - here, he's reduced to a minor role, and is portrayed as a sycophantic coward.



* EvilSoundsDeep: A given, knowing Matthew MacFadyen's deep, melodious voice.

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* EvilSoundsDeep: A given, knowing Matthew MacFadyen's Creator/MatthewMacFadyen's deep, melodious voice.

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* BigFun: A portly man with quite the sense of humor.

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* EvilSoundsDeep: A given, knowing Matthew MacFadyen's deep, melodious voice.

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* TheSmurfettePrinciple: She is the only female character of significant importance to the story in Nottingham.


* EvilIsPetty: He never hides the fact that he is a disgusting {{Jerkass}}.




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* WouldHarmASenior: Seen as he mercilessly kills Walter Locksley.




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* SacrificialLion: He is killed mercilessly by Godfrey.


* RomanticFakeRealTurn: What started out as a ruse to convince the masses became genuine affection between Robin and Marian.



* ContraltoOfDanger: With Creator/CateBlanchett, this is to be expected.



* RomanticFakeRealTurn: What started out as a ruse to convince the masses became genuine affection between Robin and Marian.



* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Since the traditional tale of him being named "John Little" until Robin renames him is not used. When Friar Tuck asks him about the moniker, he responds, "What are you getting at? [[BiggusDickus I'm proportionate!"]]

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: Since the traditional tale of him being named "John Little" until Robin renames him is not used. When Friar Tuck asks him about the moniker, he responds, "What are you getting at? at [[BiggusDickus I'm proportionate!"]]
* ViolentGlaswegian: He's a rowdy rough man who speaks with what most resembles a Scottish accent.



* EvilSoundsDeep: He has a rather deep, imposing voice.



* BadassGrandpa: He's in his 50s by the time of the film and still fully fit to go into battle.

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* BadassGrandpa: BadassBaritone: The low, gravelly voice of Creator/WilliamHurt lends itself well to this trope.
* CoolOldGuy:
He's in his 50s by the time of the film and still fully fit to go into battle.battle. To boot, he is sensible, noble and considerate.


* GutturalGrowler: It's Creator/RussellCrowe, so having a husky voice is a given.



* LovableRogue: Again, he's Robin Hood, the original loveable rogue!

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* LovableRogue: Again, he's Robin Hood, the original loveable lovable rogue!


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* NiceGuy: He is presented in a righteous, kind-hearted light.


* DeadpanSnarker: He occasionally makes dry quips at situations he finds amusing or silly.
---> '''Robin''' (pointing at his shirtless companions) My men at arms. This is about as courtly as they get.



* NiceHat: Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production, outside of spoofs and parodies, to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''.

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* NiceHat: Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production, outside of spoofs and parodies, to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''. This is TruthInTelevision since bycockets were usually worn by rich noblemen, and never into battle.


* ButYouScrewOneGoat: Little John jokes that Will Scarlet "co-habits with sheep" and mimes sheep-shagging. In the film, Will's accent and [[ColourfulThemeNaming red hair]] likely marks him as a [[UsefulNotes/{{Wales}} Welshman]].

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* ButYouScrewOneGoat: BestialityIsDepraved: Little John jokes that Will Scarlet "co-habits with sheep" and mimes sheep-shagging. In the film, Will's accent and [[ColourfulThemeNaming red hair]] likely marks him as a [[UsefulNotes/{{Wales}} Welshman]].

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* HasAType: He takes an instant liking to a woman who’s nearly as tall as him.


* FieryRedhead: As red-haired as he is fierce and boisterous.

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* FieryRedhead: As red-haired as he is fierce and boisterous. In contrast to Scott's earlier depiction of him in ''Film/KingdomOfHeaven'', he has long curly hair resembling a lion's mane.


* NiceHat: Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''.

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* NiceHat: Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production production, outside of spoofs and parodies, to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''.


* NiceHat: Averted; this is one of the rare instances when Robin Hood doesn't wear his iconic green bycocket.

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* NiceHat: Averted; this is one of the rare instances when Robin Hood doesn't wear his Averted due to Robin's iconic green bycocket.bycocket in truth not being something that appears all that often in live-action in productions anymore with the last production to have done so having been the 1982 television adaptation of ''{{Literature/Ivanhoe}}''.

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* NiceHat: Averted; this is one of the rare instances when Robin Hood doesn't wear his iconic green bycocket.

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