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  • Description

    A benchmark of quality television drama in the 1980s and arguably the definitive interpretation of the Robin Hood legend, this BAFTA-winning series is presented here for the first time in High Definition.

    Michael Praed stars as Robin of Loxley in Richard Carpenter's influential and highly acclaimed re-working of the classic myth. Combining equal parts high drama, historical accuracy and atmospheric mysticism, Carpenter's reboot pitched a band of not-so-Merry Men against a decidedly brutal and waspish Sheriff of Nottingham. With a haunting theme from Clannad, strong scripts and outstanding performances from Ray Winstone, Clive Mantle, Judi Trott and Nickolas Grace, to name a few, Robin of Sherwood was, and remains, a worldwide hit. With new HD transfers taken from the original film elements, the first two series are presented here at a quality level never previously seen.

    Special Features

    • The Making of Robin of Sherwood - exclusive documentary
    • Enhanced Dolby Surround track 
    • Original mono track
    • Music only tracks for selected episodes
    • Commentary with Richard Carpenter and Ian Sharp on Robin Hood and the Sorcerer and The King's Fool
    • Commentary with Robert Young and Paul Knight on The Swords of Wayland
    • expanded version of The Electric Theatre Show documentary from 1983 (HD)
    • Series out-takes
    • PDF material including Richard Carpenter's original treatment  
    • Extensive stills gallery (HD)
    • Textless anf foreign titles
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Region:
    A, C
    Number of Discs:
    4
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English
    studio:
    Network
    Series:
    Robin Of Sherwood

Robin of Sherwood: Michael Praed

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  • Description

    A benchmark of quality television drama in the 1980s and arguably the definitive interpretation of the Robin Hood legend, this BAFTA-winning series is presented here for the first time in High Definition.

    Michael Praed stars as Robin of Loxley in Richard Carpenter's influential and highly acclaimed re-working of the classic myth. Combining equal parts high drama, historical accuracy and atmospheric mysticism, Carpenter's reboot pitched a band of not-so-Merry Men against a decidedly brutal and waspish Sheriff of Nottingham. With a haunting theme from Clannad, strong scripts and outstanding performances from Ray Winstone, Clive Mantle, Judi Trott and Nickolas Grace, to name a few, Robin of Sherwood was, and remains, a worldwide hit. With new HD transfers taken from the original film elements, the first two series are presented here at a quality level never previously seen.

    Special Features

    • The Making of Robin of Sherwood - exclusive documentary
    • Enhanced Dolby Surround track 
    • Original mono track
    • Music only tracks for selected episodes
    • Commentary with Richard Carpenter and Ian Sharp on Robin Hood and the Sorcerer and The King's Fool
    • Commentary with Robert Young and Paul Knight on The Swords of Wayland
    • expanded version of The Electric Theatre Show documentary from 1983 (HD)
    • Series out-takes
    • PDF material including Richard Carpenter's original treatment  
    • Extensive stills gallery (HD)
    • Textless anf foreign titles
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Region:
    A, C
    Number of Discs:
    4
    Main Language:
    English
    Subtitle Languages:
    English
    studio:
    Network
    Series:
    Robin Of Sherwood
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