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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: In "The Five Puppets" at one point Robin hides under Marian's dress and John and Tuck hide under Scarlett's. They all exchange awkward looks when the boys come back out.

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* AdaptationDyeJob: For some reason John Lackland, historically a redhead, is portrayed as blond.


* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin.

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* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin. Furthermore the traditional identity for the Robin Hood of the time of the Plantagenet brothers is a fictitious Robert Fitzooth whose date of birth is given as 1160 whereas John Lackland was born in 1166, so instead of John being younger than Robin they are both the same age.


* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin and is Marian's father.

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* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin and is Marian's father.Robin.


* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin.

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* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin.Robin and is Marian's father.

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* BagOfKidnapping: In "Manhunt" bounty hunter Harry the Hyena kidnaps Scarlett with this method mistaking her for Robin.

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* AgeLift: Prince John is about Robin's age, while he's usually older in most interpretations even with an adult Robin.


** Averted again in "The Letter" when Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.

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** Averted again in "The Letter" when Letter". Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.


* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Conquest of Sherwood" when Marian and Scarlett get caught in a trap and are strung up by their ankles. They have to manually hold their dresses up.

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* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Conquest of Sherwood" when Marian and Scarlett get caught in a trap snares and are strung up by their ankles. They have to manually hold their dresses up.


* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Conquest of Sherwood" when Marian and Scarlett are strung up by their ankles.

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* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Conquest of Sherwood" when Marian and Scarlett get caught in a trap and are strung up by their ankles.ankles. They have to manually hold their dresses up.


* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Letter". Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.

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* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Letter". Conquest of Sherwood" when Marian and Scarlett are strung up by their ankles.
** Averted again in "The Letter" when
Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.


* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Letter". Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.



* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Letter". Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.

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* MagicSkirt: Averted in "The Letter". Scarlett's bloomers can be seen after she and Marian jump into a wagon.


* DependingOnTheWriter: The Sheriff alternates between DirtyCop and ReasonableAuthorityFigure who is JustFollowingOrders.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: The Sheriff alternates between DirtyCop being a CorruptCop[=/=]EvilDebtCollector and a ReasonableAuthorityFigure who is JustFollowingOrders.


* DependingOnTheWriter: The Sheriff alternates between DirtyCop and ReasonableAuthorityFigure.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: The Sheriff alternates between DirtyCop and ReasonableAuthorityFigure.ReasonableAuthorityFigure who is JustFollowingOrders.

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