Friar Wootan comes to Sherwood wanting to set up a school in the forest with Friar Tuck. When he is arrested by the sheriff, Robin Hood and his outlaws feel obliged to rescue him.
Richard Marius Joseph Greene (25 August 1918 – 1 June 1985) was a noted English film and television actor. A matinee idol who appeared in more than 40 films, he was perhaps best known for the lead role in the long-running British TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood, which ran for 143 episodes from 1955 to 1959. - From Wikipedia
A Celtic tribe is to be thrown off the land owned by Sir Humprey. Robin Hood travels there to the Wye valley and uses the tribe’s “fever brew” to switch places with Sir Humphrey and cause a change of heart.
A dying Lord Grunwals gives the location of a charter that would potentially put a vice on Prince John’s power should he become king to his servant Hulme. Maid Marian, privy to the information, makes Robin hood aware so he can make the best of the situation.
Friar Tucks evil twin brother shows up with a deadly weapon using some “Devil’s Powder” he found.
When Lord Guthrie has his own salt “stolen” to drive prices up, Robin Hood and Little John find it, and Friar Tuck distributes it free until the Sheriff shuts him down. That’s when they call Roger of Antioch, a “salt diviner”.
The Byzantium princess Irene is being returned home after having been held as a state hostage. She has, however, fallen in love with Prince John and doesn’t wish to return. If she doesn’t make it back to her homeland safely, an important alliance King Richard and the emperor of Byzantine are trying to forge could be lost.
The tailor plies his gentle trade, his nimble hands are never still; when Robin takes up stitching too, the Sheriff gets the bill!
Little John a’courting girls, and sings a charming serenade; but will his love to him be true, or will he be betrayed?
They’ll have no bread’ Sir William said, ‘until the mill belongs to me’; ‘they’ll have their bread’ as Robin said, ‘because the air is free!