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The Sheriff of Nottingham by Richard Kluger

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Published by Viking in New York, NY .
Written in English



  • Great Britain


  • Sheriff of Nottingham (Legendary character) -- Fiction.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- John, 1199-1216 -- Fiction.

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Edition Notes

StatementRichard Kluger.
LC ClassificationsPS3561.L78 S54 1991
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 485 p. ;
Number of Pages485
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1566302M
ISBN 10067084022X
LC Control Number91050240

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The Sheriff of Nottingham is the secondary antagonist from Disney's feature film Robin Hood. The Sheriff was charged to collect the taxes by Prince John. In contrast to Prince John, who is the mastermind behind the many plans to stop Robin Hood, the Sheriff is a more active antagonist, constantly fighting and attempting to capture Robin Hood. He is completely unsympathetic to the poverty Alignment: Bad. Sheriff of Nottingham, Nottingham, United Kingdom. likes. The Sheriff of Nottingham is a BBC Robin Hood Roleplay claimed character. Prince John is coming to Nottingham! Players, in the role of merchants, see this as an opportunity to make quick profits by selling goods in the bustling city during the Prince's visit. However, players must first get their goods through the city gate, which is under the watch of the Sheriff of : PSI/Arcane. The sheriff said he'd be the best friend Robin Hood ever had. Once safe in Nottingham, the sheriff went back to his scheming ways. He concocted an archery contest to lure Robin Hood into a trap. But Robin Hood escaped the sheriff's trap and killed the sheriff for breaking his word. Robin cut off the Sheriff of Nottingham's head.

The Sheriff of Nottingham is the secondary antagonist from Disney's 21st full-length animated feature film Robin Hood, which is based on the legendary heroic outlaw of the same name. In the original film, he was voiced by the late Pat Buttram, who also played Chief in Disney's The Fox and the Hound. In House of Mouse, he was voiced by Bill Farmer, who also played Stanley in Disney's Beauty and Hobby: Collecting taxes. Sheriff George Of Nottingham is the main antagonist of Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves.. He was portrayed by the late Alan Rickman. Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves Edit. During the crusades, when Robin and the king are away, the Sheriff takes over England with the aid of his cousin, Guy of Gisbourne, Mortianna the witch, and the corrupt Bishop of Hereford. Just as Robin Hood eludes the Sheriff of Nottingham, pinning down the folk hero's exact origins challenges scholars. English painter Edmund George Warren’s painting of Robin Hood and his.   Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves- Sheriff of Nottingham. Oh yeah, it was over the top. He took away the “merciful” beheadings and got rid of Christmas! But he was just so funny that he jumped off the screen. And he just seemed to be having so much fun that I .