The Sheriff, ever greedy, decides to make up a protection tax for anyone travelling through Sherwood. He knows this will not go over well with the travelers, as Robin’s gang of men don’t steal or attack people with true and honorable intentions. To get around this the Sheriff creates a rival gang or prisoners to […]
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
The Highlander you may recall was once the subject of our tale; and now with dirk and kilt and all, he’s back on Robin’s trail!
Prince John conducts his game of chance, by putting Arthur’s life at stake; but Robin wins against the odds, and takes the lad to France!
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.
Pagan rites on misty heights, and bonfires casting shadows high; that’s what Robin finds tonight, on lonely Ireland’s Eye!
Across the channel safety gleams, so Robin takes a daring chance; he trusts a stranger who it seems, is Robin Hood of France!
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.
Many reasons have been claimed, for joining Robin’s merry band; the stranger was a lad who aimed to win his true love’s hand!
In Ireland girls and boys at play, take on the most outlandish forms; until you look again and find, their simply Leprechauns!