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Robin Hood Quiz

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Who did he rob from?
What band of outlaws did he lead?
The Merry Men
What was his favorite weapon?
What is he also known as?
Robin of Loxley
Who was his main adversary?
Sheriff of Nottingham
What evil prince did he rebel against?
Who was his love interest?
In what forest did he operate?
Sherwood Forest
What tree gave them shelter?
Major Oak
What religious man accompanied him?
Friar Tuck
Who was his second-in-command?
What weapon did the above use?
Who starred as Robin Hood in "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves"?
What Mel Brooks movie parodied Robin Hood?
Robin Hood: Men in Tights
Who was hired to kill Robin Hood, but was killed by him instead?
Sir Guy of Gisbourne
What minstrel traveled with Robin Hood?
Alan-a-Dale
Which of Robin's companions is often depicted as witty and youthful?
Will Scarlet
What foreign war did Robin Hood serve in (according to some)?
In the Disney movie, what type of animal was Robin Hood?
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level 69
May 2, 2017
Your spelling of Loxley is incorrect. The village north of modern Sheffield is spelt Loxley. The accepted alternative spelling is Locksley. Never 'Loxsley'.'
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May 3, 2017
Fixed
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level 58
May 3, 2017
Could you accept longbow?
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level 51
May 4, 2017
It's time to do one on the Jungle Book
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level 51
Oct 17, 2017
Not sure if the average is high because not many people have taken this yet, or if I'm just really ignorant...
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level 57
Oct 17, 2017
stave = quarterstaff
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level 30
Oct 17, 2017
For Little John's weapon, how about adding "cudgel"?
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level 53
Oct 17, 2017
A cudgel is short, what Little John used was long, six feet or more in length. Cudgel and quarterstaff are not synonymous.
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level 52
Oct 17, 2017
No one mentions Robin Hood here in the uk these days, you americans seem quite keen and knowledgeable!
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level 35
Oct 17, 2017
We learned from the best. Thank you for giving us our start and being our best ally. And Monty Python.
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level 68
Oct 24, 2017
Can we have a Dennis Moore quiz then?
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level 65
Oct 17, 2017
Nice quiz! Would you please accept Allan for Alan?
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level 35
Oct 17, 2017
The ancient spelling is 'Merrie' Men
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level 35
Oct 17, 2017
If you read the legends with Howard Pyle's illustrations, much archaic spelling is used. More recent printings use more modern spelling. The reader misses out on the charm, but shouldn't be faulted for his ignorance.
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level 52
Oct 17, 2017
Disney's best movie! Peter Ustinov is fantastic as Prince John.
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level 72
Oct 18, 2017
Was the Major Oak mentioned in any of the books or movies? I've been a fan of Robin all my life but I don't remember this tree.
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Oct 18, 2017
hollowed out tree in sherwood forest (it still stands) well known in original tale
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level 65
Oct 18, 2017
Maid Marion perhaps? Marian is male - Marion is female. You have my permission to skewer me if this is incorrect.
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level 68
Oct 24, 2017
Consider yourself skewered metaphorically. Though I believe Marian is a male, probably mainly Eastern European, name, the lass in question as far as I recall has always been Marian (and Maid Marian Way in Nottingham is thus spelt; they should know)
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level 47
Oct 19, 2017
I always thought it was Maid Marian and was told I had been given the boys spelling of Marion for my name! Most famously the real name of John Wayne- Marion Morrison
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