Sunday, 5 April 2009

Robin Hood Series 3, Picture Gallery 2:

Above: Fin and Tiernan Mac Murrough conspire with the Sheriff of Nottingham to forcefully conscript an army to fight for Ireland. Below: Fin visits Robin Hood in the dungeons, trying to enlist him in his cause.
Above: When Robin Hood's away, Brother Tuck is in charge.
Above: Nottingham Town centre on a Saturday night. (Some things never change). Below: Even at knifepoint, Guy still won't tell the Sheriff where he hid his favourite black silk pyjamas from Series 2.

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Blogger robin hood said...

Robin Hood Series 3 Cast:

Robin Hood - Jonas Armstrong
Kate - Joanne Froggatt
Guy of Gisborne - Richard Armitage
Tuck - David Harewood
Sheriff of Nottingham - Keith Allen
Little John - Gordon Kennedy
Much - Sam Troughton
Allan-a-Dale - Joe Armstrong
Sir Jasper - Lee Ross
Mary - Ellie Darcey-Alden
Abel - Alexis Latham
Younger guard - Andoni Zorbas

5 April 2009 at 18:41  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've been looking at it for fifteen minutes, and I still can't figure out how the braid across Kate's forehead works.

5 April 2009 at 22:35  
Blogger robin hood said...

.....now you've got me staring at it. (Cute though).

5 April 2009 at 22:40  
Blogger Ruth said...

Laughing out loud at the black silk pj's comment!! (I've been wondering about Kate's braid as well!)

6 April 2009 at 12:41  
Anonymous kitty said...

Oh these peasants they have so much time on their hands to mess about with rather attractive braids instead of getting in the corn or feeding themselves . I am working from home -easily distracted though -chanced across Cadfael those sets made me think medieval, R.H makes me think M and S Christmas offers .
But frustratingly there are some fabulous actors -what a waste.
If there is to be a series four who on earth will be in it .Mutch ,Alan and Little John ?
We know Jonas Armstrong is going , as is Keith Allen probably Richard Armitage ,his character cannot really go anywhere unless he becomes the new Sherrif ,and hopefully wash

9 April 2009 at 09:56  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Frankly now Gisborne looks how he ought to look; a bloody vicious and sadistic bastard possessing strength and willfulness which dared not be challenged. At the same time, I must admit, he appears quite dangerously attractive. It will be disappointing not to see him in episode three.

9 April 2009 at 10:01  
Anonymous kitty said...

The King Kong stance of Gisbournes as he threw Robin over the cliff in the first episode was hilarious .
Characters should be rounded not striving for perfection in either goodness or evil .There is not an original female cast member left , no continuity.

9 April 2009 at 14:02  
Blogger robin hood said...

I have to say I liked Gisborne in these 2 episodes. (Especially the first). I rate RA anyway, but (as I've said a million times), thought the love triangle thing a completely unconvincing script / plot.

So it's good to see him being given chance to just go wild.

The current lack of an original female cast member is true. But then again, if "John" didn't turn up for work, would we notice?

I have all fingers and toes crossed for a redeeming episode on Saturday...

9 April 2009 at 18:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Oh these peasants they have so much time on their hands to mess about with rather attractive braids instead of getting in the corn or feeding themselves" so true they never work lazy peasants
i think one of the best things in the ep was the rat(cute), the way robin and the irish scape from the castle! come on really?? but i must admit i loved it i laugh for hours. i think richard is doing an awesome job! i love gisborne he is so complex and i feel his pain, i truly believe he is living in hell. and he has a lot of reasons
this blondie peasant grr she was so annoying in this ep, and her brother´s dead i didn´t felt her sorrow i just laugh it was almost ridiculous i didn´t feel anything. i remenber when edward died i cried, marian make me cried, that´s sorrow.
Natalia

15 April 2009 at 21:06  

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