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As the tournament is about to begin, Robin goes to see Marian where he gives her a flower and expresses his hope that he wins the contest. Marian easily sees through his disguise and sincerely wishes him luck. Robin also talks with the Sheriff about capturing him where the Sheriff admits his belief that he scares Robin as he is nowhere in sight of the tournament, unaware that he's actually talking to Robin himself in disguise. The tournament proceeds and it is not long before Robin and the Sheriff are declared finalists in the contest. Although the Sheriff attempts to make Robin miss the target, Robin manages to come out on top and wins the tournament.
However, his masterful archery skills, along with a tear in his disguise, give away his identity, and he is captured and sentenced to death. Marian tries to stop the execution where she begs Prince John to show mercy and admits her love for Robin Hood, to which Robin in return admits his love for Marian. Despite her pleas, Prince John intends to carry it out, but Little John interrupts the execution by threatening Prince John. With his life at risk, Prince John releases Robin, and Robin and Marian share a brief, but beautiful reunion with each other. However, the Sheriff, suspecting that something is wrong, finds Little John threatening the Prince, and a battle breaks out.
A little background is given as to Robin Hood's early life. It is mentioned that he already have meet Maid Marian in the past, and they were in love. At some point after this, Robin Hood became an outlaw and was already being sought by the Sheriff of Nottingham at the opening of the film.
Let us then discuss not of his death, but of his eternal life in the minds and hearts of those who have been inspired by him. Robin Hood's staying power rivals that of Aeneas, Odysseus, Beowulf, and other characters passed along in the oral tradition. Perhaps he is even more ubiquitous because of his appeal towards the common man, and through his embracing by Disney. (remember the fox?) Robin Hood is not just a man he also stands for our ideals and how we must strive for justice even if there's little hope of succeeding. Truth and justice prevail over ignorance and tyranny.
During the battle, Robin rescues Marian from soldiers and in the process proposes to her and she gladly accepts. After the battle, Robin Hood escapes into Sherwood Forest with Little John, Marian, and others. That night, Robin and Marian are having a romantic walk together in the forest, happy to finally be with each other again and spending the moment to catch up with each other since it had been so long since the two last saw each other. Robin later takes Marian to his and Little John's hideout, where the two are surprised find the people of Nottingham there. Everyone then holds a celebration honoring Robin and Marian's engagement while simultaneously making fun of Prince John.
After being snubbed by the royal family, a malevolent fairy places a curse on a princess which only a prince can break, along with the help of three good fairies.
Robin Hood also has his own spell card known as "Robin Hood's Magic Arrow" in the attraction Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom .
A few of the voice-actors utilized in this production are/were British (Bedford, Evans, Ustinov, Thomas, Shelley, and O'Malley). However, the creators of the film made the decision to cast quite a number of American character actors in the traditional medieval roles. Many of these individuals were veteran performers from Western-themed movies and television programs, which meant that characters like Friar Tuck and the Sheriff of Nottingham have accents and mannerisms more associated with the rural southwestern United States than with England. This effect was further reinforced by the choice of country singer Roger Miller as the movie's songwriter and narrator.
At the end, King Richard returns, pardons Robin Hood for his heroic deeds, and allows him to marry Maid Marian. The newlyweds ride off on their honeymoon in a carriage driven by Little John.
Robin later joins Emma, Regina and everyone with their rescue mission to the Underworld. When his daughter is dragged there by accident, he remains in hiding to keep her safe, he also refuses to name her while there to prevent Hades from gaining power over her. Though his life is threatened by the deranged Prince James, he is saved by Emma and David.