Monday, 26 November 2007

Robin Hood, series 2. Picture Gallery 8

Robin Hood assures Much with a wink that he hasn't fogotten about his loyal partner, nor lost his affection for him. Below: Maid Marian and Robin Hood, together in the forest at last. But for how long?
Hoodies! (The original Hoodies!) Below: The Sheriff of Nottingham gives Gisborne a hard time, and Gisborne passes it on.

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Blogger robin hood said...

Robin Hood, Jonas Armstrong, Lucy Griffiths pictures.

Robin Hood.

Robin Hood BBC series 2.

Robin Hood - Jonas Armstrong.
Marian - Lucy Griffiths.
Guy of Gisborne - Richard Armitage.
Sheriff of Nottingham - Keith Allen.
Little John - Gordon Kennedy.
Much - Sam Troughton.
Allan A Dale - Joe Armstrong.
Will Scarlet - Harry Lloyd.
Djaq - Anjali Jay.
Edward - Michael Elwynn.

27 November 2007 at 00:00:00 GMT  
Blogger Annie said...

Thanks for the picture of Robin's wink--one of my favorite moments in the episode; with one small gesture we're reminded of what Much and Robin have been through together. Much is another character, in addition to Djaq, who's been under-used this year.

28 November 2007 at 18:25:00 GMT  
Blogger robin hood said...

How true Annie. Much seems to now have that one boggle eyed expression, whilst Djaq is directed to do little other than stand still, looking wide-eyed and sympathetic.

I think Allan is by far the most interesting role now. His "smart ass" responses to Guy (like when he wanted him to saddle his horse), totally break me up.

28 November 2007 at 18:49:00 GMT  
Blogger Annie said...

Robin, I'm loving Allan's character, especially his flip comments to Gisborne. Especially after Roger of Stokes's death, I agreed with a view you expressed earlier, that he would have to die performing some redemptive act. Now, though, I think the writers are preparing us for his rehabilitation and eventual restoration to the gang. That could be wishful thinking on my part, though!

28 November 2007 at 19:34:00 GMT  

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