Robin Hood - Series 2 DVD


The drama centres around the charismatic Robin Hood (Jonas Armstrong) who leads his gang of outlaws in Sherwood Forest. Using outrageous scams disguises tricks ingenuity breathtaking archery and swordplay the band of brothers attempt to outwit the evil Sheriff of Nottingham (Keith Allen) and his sadistic lieutenant Guy of Gisborne (Richard Armitage). In this series shot in eye-catching locations near Budapest in Hungary Robin is aided in his quest by his feisty love interest Marian (Lucy Griffiths) and his loyal troupe of outlaws Much (Sam Troughton) Little John (Gordon... Kennedy) Allan A Dale (Joe Armstrong) Will Scarlett (Harry Lloyd) and Djaq (Anjali Jay). [show more]

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03 November 2008
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Lavish retelling of the legendary hero who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor Newcomer Jonas Armstrong stars as Robin Hood with comedian Keith Allen playing his formidable foe the Sheriff of Nottingham Features all the episodes from the second series

All 13 episodes from the second series of the BBC adventure drama starring Jonas Armstrong in the title role. In this series, Allan A Dale (Joe Armstrong), wanting more out of life, agrees to spy for Gisborne (Richard Armitage) for money; the Sheriff (Keith Allen) tests out a poison that his evil scientist has developed; and Robin (Armstrong) finally realises that there's a traitor in their midst. Episodes comprise: 'Sisterhood', 'The Booby and the Beast', 'Childhood', 'The Angel of Death', 'Ducking and Diving', 'For England...!', 'Show Me the Money', 'Get Carter!', 'Lardner's Ring', 'Walkabout', 'Treasure of the Nation', 'A Good Day to Die' and 'We Are Robin Hood'.