Some of the forest scenes were shot near.
The four Robin of Sherwood novelisations in one volume.
As master of the black arts, he controlled both Little John and Nasir, having captured the latter during the Crusades.
Gathering a band of comrades around him he fights a guerilla campaign against their Norman dictators, particularly the Sheriff of Nottingham and his deputy, Guy de Gisburne.
A forest mystical being appoints two men in succession as the legendary outlaw defender of the oppressed.
After the series ended, Carpenter and Knight tried several times to revive the show.
Goldcrest invested £1,289,000 in the first six episodes, £1,944,000 in the next seven and £4,035,000 in the next twelve.