Princess of Thieves

Synopsis: Story of Robin Hood's daughter Gwyn who takes up his role after he is captured by Prince John. King Richard is dead and his son Philip is the rightful heir, but he is in France and too afraid to face John. Can Gwyn find Philip and convince him to fight John and free her father?
Director(s): Peter Hewitt
Production: ITV Studios
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IMDB:
5.8
NOT RATED
Year:
2001
88 min
458 Views


Long ago in the Reign of the

King's Richard the LionHeart.

There was a legend known to all.

That's a man who stole from the

rich to feed the poor

He was known throught out the Reign.

As Robin Hood.

lt is known that he and

his band of merry men

Played the evil share of Nottingham.

And he romanced one heart of maid,

Marion.

There was more to their story.

A tale kept secret then forgotten.

Lost in the maze of time and

shifting memory.

For Robin and Marion, had a child.

What?

You gave me the orders to inform

you moment the child is born.

My lord,

Shall it be a price on the

infant's head my lord?

Equal to the price set on its father.

Robin Hood shall not have a son.

To play the Nottingham.

Oh, the child is female...

Not a son?

Are you sure is a daughter?

Shall it be a price on the infant's

head my lord?

A girl...

Gwyneth,

Let's no home come to her.

She'll be safe here, I'll promise.

How can I choose to you

if you don't study?

You're the future churchman.

ls you not me.

I'm only stable because each

cruises he said it could be his last

Would you have your father

refuses his king.

Yes.

King Richard should be here

carrying for his people.

lnstead of abandoned his

brother Prince John

The injustice is here,

not in Jerusalem.

Back to Latin before you sour the milk.

Did I hurt you?

We're not children anymore.

Nearly there Robin.

Come on, come on, come on,

Tell him we'll soon be home.

Got trouble girl?

-No, no uncle.

Have you knew,

you have feeling for the boys?

l do love him but

he's like my brother but...

Uncle, I have to let him win at

the archer just to spare him.

How can I think of him as a husband?

lf he pleases your father?

l can't get his pleasure or its opposite.

Rain in England not like the

rainbow in Jerusalem

Not the weather not does

it no distance?

But how do we measure it?

l can count his visits from one hand,

Tuck Friar!

Robin is coming!

-Well, now you need two!

My bird its on it ways.

He could be several days.

Don't worry he'll be fine.

-Why don't you just go to bed?

l understand how you feel.

You are an orphan.

You never knew your parents.

You can be as sad and angry

as you like. It doen't matter.

They are never coming back.

But he comes back and he goes away...

He said he'll be back

but not when.

He's my father and

l haven't seen him in five years.

Now see him now.

God! ls that you?

ls that really you?

Look at that Will!

Froderick.

You have grown my lad,

look at the size of you.

l can't believe that how quickly

you've grown to be a woman.

Now she is one of that.

lsn't she Will?

You look like more and

more just like your mother.

God rest her soul.

Welcome home father.

That's never young Andrew.

Robin how are you?

You are look well...

Tuck where are you?

Come on you fool.

Ah, Richard the LionHeart

is dying across the neck.

ls doubtful he'll survive

the journey home.

ln fact he might be gone in this very hour.

Well...Here to King John.

May he take the throne for

all of ours sakes

What about Philip?

l thought he want his son

to take the throne.

His son no one has ever seen

Philip will stay in France.

lf he doesn't want to die.

Well said...

Prince John my lord,

l bid you welcome your grace.

ls the test of loyalty,

I'm impressed.

Who's he?

-Cardaggian, yours grace.

I'm your force to be half-metaphor

-I'll remember.

Oh, my old body aches from the ride.

I'm hungary...

-Now seated.

Now!

Philip is coming you know.

My brother Richard has arranged

for the boy to travel

Under the supervision

of Countess Toutelot.

They dock at Harwich within a week.

Find him and kill him.

Yes, your grace.

He wears the royal-signet ring.

You will know him by the ring.

Of course,

l must be careful...

You could say he was

murdered by robbers.

The woods around the Nottingham.

The theives running out for him.

Consider it done.

The food is taken it's time?

Has he gone off to kill

something fresh?

No doubts,

Richard will take steps to

protect his French spouts

No doubts.

Safe combat from Harwich

to Nottingham

Now let's see who does Richard hold

in trust such as matter such as thee?

Who would he sent do you think

to out wit you?

Robin Hood is in Jerusalem,

your grace.

My spies has placed him

here in England.

Don't worry about Robin,

l will take care of him.

You have my word.

-Good!

Where's my food?

l thought you might be

riding with Glen.

Tuck say she can take a jump

as well as you and me.

You know time Will,

-She's not a child any more.

l can see that Will.

Talk to her.

We leave tomorrow.

What do you want me to do?

Stay behind watch a girl

jump off a horse?

And for that Richard's Kingdom

falls to John?

Kill two bears with one stone

Let me ride with you to meet Philip.

My horse can take the

edge on the way.

And England will be safe.

One stone.

Very clever.

Just like her old man...

-Now I see.

Like her mother and everything else.

You look some spirit.

-Thank you Will,

When I return,

we have more time we'll talk...

To catch up.

You said that to me so many times.

I'll lost count.

And for that I'm sorry.

-You needn't to be sorry.

Let me go with you?

This ain't some kind of game Gwyn...

-Please!

John has his spies everywhere.

I'm sure they are watching the dock

I've got enough to worry about.

Don't you be there as well.

l wouldn't be a worry.

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