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* When King Richard finally returns, it's played for all the RightfulKingReturns it's worth. What is Richards first order (after having his miserable piece of shit brother and his stooges thrown in prison)? Why, arrange a wedding, of course! And so, Robin and Marion are finally married, attended by all their friends and allies (and even handful of the PunchClockVillain), and leave in a carriage on their honeymoon. Of note is that, aside from his iconic hat, Robin is once again dressed in the fineries of a nobleman.

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* When King Richard finally returns, it's played for all the RightfulKingReturns it's worth. What is Richards first order (after having his miserable piece of shit brother and his stooges thrown in prison)? Why, arrange a wedding, of course! And so, Robin and Marion Marian are finally married, attended by all their friends and allies (and even handful of the PunchClockVillain), and leave in a carriage on their honeymoon. Of note is that, aside from his iconic hat, Robin is once again dressed in the fineries of a nobleman.



-->'''Robin''': I love you, Marion.
* When Marion surrenders to her grief and rests against Robin's shoulder as his hand comes up to stroke her hair. Quite possibly the most intimate scene in the whole movie -- even more so than their goodbye kiss or kiss in the surf.

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-->'''Robin''': I love you, Marion.
Marian.
* When Marion Marian surrenders to her grief and rests against Robin's shoulder as his hand comes up to stroke her hair. Quite possibly the most intimate scene in the whole movie -- even more so than their goodbye kiss or kiss in the surf.



* ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' story "The Forest of Terror" turns out to be one of these. Set in 1635, and starring the 4th Phantom, it revolves around a demonic warlock known as The Saracen who is plaguing Sherwood. Over the course of the story, we find out that the Saracen had been defeated once before - by Robin Hood himself. Throughout the story, we're given glimpses of Robins time, including his marriage to Marion after the defeat of the Saracan, which is officiated by Friar Tuck (one of the other characters in the story is revealed to be their direct descendant). When the Phantom finally confronts the Saracen in the ruins of Nottingham Castle, he is assisted by the spirits of Robin and his merry men, though the Phantom himself cant quite bring himself to belive what he's seeing. Badly injured in the fight, the Phantom passes out, only to find himself in an ethereal, paradise-like Sherwood, tended to by the ageless spirits of Robin and the others. While these visions disappears when he wakes up, he finds himself mysteriously unhurt, and discovers an arrow lying by his side...

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* ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' story "The Forest of Terror" turns out to be one of these. Set in 1635, and starring the 4th Phantom, it revolves around a demonic warlock known as The Saracen who is plaguing Sherwood. Over the course of the story, we find out that the Saracen had been defeated once before - by Robin Hood himself. Throughout the story, we're given glimpses of Robins time, including his marriage to Marion Marian after the defeat of the Saracan, which is officiated by Friar Tuck (one of the other characters in the story is revealed to be their direct descendant). When the Phantom finally confronts the Saracen in the ruins of Nottingham Castle, he is assisted by the spirits of Robin and his merry men, though the Phantom himself cant quite bring himself to belive what he's seeing. Badly injured in the fight, the Phantom passes out, only to find himself in an ethereal, paradise-like Sherwood, tended to by the ageless spirits of Robin and the others. While these visions disappears when he wakes up, he finds himself mysteriously unhurt, and discovers an arrow lying by his side...


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* When the kids infiltrate the castle, Maid Marian is absolutely polite and takes care not to talk down to them. As the viewers we are made to understand that she is worthy of Robin Hood (and not "just a prize to be won," as [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Princess Jasmine]] might put it).

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* When the kids infiltrate the castle, Maid Marian is absolutely polite and takes care not to talk down to them. As the viewers we are made to understand that she is worthy of Robin Hood (and not "just a prize to be won," as [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} [[WesternAnimation/{{Aladdin}} Princess Jasmine]] might put it).

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* As sad as “Not in Nottingham” is, there are some sweet moments in there. An old owl is seen draping a blanket around his wife’s shoulders, a turtle is feeding a dog with a cast on his leg, and a mouse divides a cookie crumb (which he was able to get thanks to the rabbit that was eating the cookie) amongst other mice. Despite this being a dark moment for the citizens of Nottingham, they made sure to take care of each other rather than fending for themselves.



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* Creator/ScottGrimes was filming in England for the first time since ''Series/BandOfBrothers''. Through pure coincidence Richard Speight Jr was also in the area, as was Tim Matthews (who already lived there). The three of them had played TrueCompanions in the series and hadn't seen each other since, but they all had a mini-reunion.


* ''ThePhantom'' story "The Forest of Terror" turns out to be one of these. Set in 1635, and starring the 4th Phantom, it revolves around a demonic warlock known as The Saracen who is plaguing Sherwood. Over the course of the story, we find out that the Saracen had been defeated once before - by Robin Hood himself. Throughout the story, we're given glimpses of Robins time, including his marriage to Marion after the defeat of the Saracan, which is officiated by Friar Tuck (one of the other characters in the story is revealed to be their direct descendant). When the Phantom finally confronts the Saracen in the ruins of Nottingham Castle, he is assisted by the spirits of Robin and his merry men, though the Phantom himself cant quite bring himself to belive what he's seeing. Badly injured in the fight, the Phantom passes out, only to find himself in an ethereal, paradise-like Sherwood, tended to by the ageless spirits of Robin and the others. While these visions disappears when he wakes up, he finds himself mysteriously unhurt, and discovers an arrow lying by his side...

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* ''ThePhantom'' ''ComicStrip/ThePhantom'' story "The Forest of Terror" turns out to be one of these. Set in 1635, and starring the 4th Phantom, it revolves around a demonic warlock known as The Saracen who is plaguing Sherwood. Over the course of the story, we find out that the Saracen had been defeated once before - by Robin Hood himself. Throughout the story, we're given glimpses of Robins time, including his marriage to Marion after the defeat of the Saracan, which is officiated by Friar Tuck (one of the other characters in the story is revealed to be their direct descendant). When the Phantom finally confronts the Saracen in the ruins of Nottingham Castle, he is assisted by the spirits of Robin and his merry men, though the Phantom himself cant quite bring himself to belive what he's seeing. Badly injured in the fight, the Phantom passes out, only to find himself in an ethereal, paradise-like Sherwood, tended to by the ageless spirits of Robin and the others. While these visions disappears when he wakes up, he finds himself mysteriously unhurt, and discovers an arrow lying by his side...


The CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming page for the films, books and other media based around the legends of Robin Hood.

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The CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments page for the films, books and other media based around the legends of Robin Hood.



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--> '''Bess''': You will be carful wont you.

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--> '''Bess''': You will be carful careful, wont you.you?


--> '''Bess''': (''bashful smile'') Course I will.

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--> '''Bess''': '''Much''': (''bashful smile'') Course I will.


!!Disney's Disney/RobinHood



!!Disney's Disney/RobinHood


* The fact that Russell Crowe talked Alan Doyle into auditioning for the role of Allan a Dale because he wanted to do a movie with his friend and thought this was a perfect match definitely qualifies.

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* The fact that Russell Crowe talked Alan Doyle into auditioning for the role of Allan a Dale because he wanted to do a movie with his friend and thought this was a perfect match definitely qualifies.qualifies.

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* ''ThePhantom'' story "The Forest of Terror" turns out to be one of these. Set in 1635, and starring the 4th Phantom, it revolves around a demonic warlock known as The Saracen who is plaguing Sherwood. Over the course of the story, we find out that the Saracen had been defeated once before - by Robin Hood himself. Throughout the story, we're given glimpses of Robins time, including his marriage to Marion after the defeat of the Saracan, which is officiated by Friar Tuck (one of the other characters in the story is revealed to be their direct descendant). When the Phantom finally confronts the Saracen in the ruins of Nottingham Castle, he is assisted by the spirits of Robin and his merry men, though the Phantom himself cant quite bring himself to belive what he's seeing. Badly injured in the fight, the Phantom passes out, only to find himself in an ethereal, paradise-like Sherwood, tended to by the ageless spirits of Robin and the others. While these visions disappears when he wakes up, he finds himself mysteriously unhurt, and discovers an arrow lying by his side...
--> '''21st Phantom''': Though he could never prove it, my ancestor belived that the arrow had once belonged to Robin Hood.

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[[caption-width-right:350:For Robin and Marian, the wait was all worth it.]]


* The song "Marian", it may be a parody but it's still a very adorably song, especially with the soft rock cover version that plays during the end credits.

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* The song "Marian", it may be a parody but it's still a very adorably adorable song, especially with the soft rock cover version that plays during the end credits.

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*** On an additional note, Skippy asking if he hurt Cluck during the mock fight and her assuring him he didn't brings to mind a grandparent and grandchild.

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* When King Richard finally returns, it's played for all the RightfulKingReturns it's worth. What is Richards first order (after having his miserable piece of shit brother and his stooges thrown in prison)? Why, arrange a wedding, of course! And so, Robin and Marion are finally married, attended by all their friends and allies (and even handful of the PunchClockVillain), and leave in a carriage on their honeymoon. Of note is that, aside from his iconic hat, Robin is once again dressed in the fineries of a nobleman.

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