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Robin Hood


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4/13; series two. The Angel of Death. The Sheriff and his sinister scientist Joseph are testing a secret chemical weapon on the streets of Nottingham, and blaming the resultant ill-effects on the pestilence.
But Dan Scarlett - Will's father who's in town visiting his son - learns the true cause of the poisoning.
Writer Julian Unthank ; Producer Jane Hudson ; Director Matthew Evans Repeated tomorrow at 4.25pm (HD) RT DIRECT: pre-order the series one DVD (out 29 Oct) for just E27.99 (RRP E39.99) plus free p&p. Call [number removed]
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Unknown: Dan Scarlett
Unknown: Julian Unthank
Producer: Jane Hudson
Director: Matthew Evans
Robin Hood: Jonas Armstrong
Marian: Lucy Griffiths
Sir Guy of Gisborne: Richard Armitage
Sheriff of Nottingham: Keith Allen
Little John: Gordon Kennedy
Much: Sam Troughton
Allan A Dale: Joe Armstrong
Will Scarlett: Harry Lioyd
Djaq: Anjali Jay
Edward: Michael Elwyn
Luke Scarlett: Christian Cooke
Dan Scarlett: Sean Murray
Joseph: Ralf Little
Sarah: Hannah Storey
Jess: Henriett Tanai
Jailer: Peter Geltz
Roger of Stoke: Gabor Kekesi

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