Robin Hood

Continuity mistake: The Jewels in Prince John's crown change; a triangle of little red stones appears while he is thrashing around on top of the burning castle shortly before the film ends, in place of the larger red and green ones from earlier on.

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Suggested correction: This is not a continuity mistake. Earlier in the film, Prince John's crown becomes damaged by crashing through an iron gate with the guards. You can see the crown is crooked and bent. The three smaller gems on the crown are actually one of the large gems broken as a result of crashing through the gate.

Continuity mistake: When Robin Hood and Little John are fortune tellers and Robin kisses Prince John's hand. Robin takes the whole ring but in the next scene there is a ring on his finger with no stone in it. It is on his right hand. (00:12:55)

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Marian: Oh, Clucky, surely he must know how much I really love him.
Clucky: But of course, my dear. Believe me, someday soon, your Uncle King Richard will have an outlaw for an in-law.

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Trivia: The characters of Prince John and King Richard are based on real people. Their mother, Queen Eleanor of Aquitaine, really did prefer Richard over John and all her other children (although John didn't really lapse into fits of whining and sucking his thumb.) John eventually became king after Richard's death.

Krista

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Answer: Either he figured it out on his own or Sir Hiss told him.

How would Sir Hiss know that it was Robin Hood who robbed the royal?

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