The Adventures of Robin Hood Season 1 Episode 2: The Moneylender

Robin is a part of the Outlaws now and joins in on the highway robberies they do in Sherwood Forest. Though he disagrees with how the stolen goods gets used he is an active part of the mugging. A moneylender is robbed by Robin and a fellow outlaw, the stolen goods were then given back to some of the villagers who were taken advantage of. The Outlaws plan on stealing a wine shipment being sent to the Sheriff of Nottingham but Robin suspects that something is not right. The trustworthiness of the Outlaws will be tested when they are unknowingly sent into a trap.

Personal Synopsis

The Moneylender starts the episodic style of this series but there are continuities that give the viewer a perception of time lapsing in the entire series’s story. This episode shows the reasons for conviction that Robin Hood has when he gives back to those whom are hurt by the Sheriff and his men. It also offers a young and inexperienced Leo McKern a fun role as the Moneylender. An easy fun episode that sets the moral ground for which Robin will continue to help Nottingham and its people.

Original Air-Date:  3 October 1955

Directed by Ralph Smart

Written by Eric HeathIan Lartain

Robin Hood- Richard Greene

Sheriff of Nottingham- Alan Wheatley

Friar Tuck- Alexander Gauge

Will Scarlett- Paul Eddington

Edgar- Alfie Bass

Herbert of Doncaster- Leo McKern

Hawkins- Kenneth Edwards

Howard Fitzwilliam/Outlaw- John Drake

Nailer- Willoughby Gray

John, Old Man Driver/ Outlaw- Gabriel Toyne

Outlaw- David Edwards

Outlaw- Peter Macarte

Will Scatlock- Bruce Seton

Hugh of the Wood- Victor Woolf

You can Buy the DVD here:

Robin-Hood-DVD

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