CTVA UK - "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (ITC/CBS/ITV) Season 4 (1959-60)

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Starring Richard Greene (as Robin Hood),
Patricia Driscoll (as Maid Marian), John Arnatt (as Deputy Sheriff of Nottingham),
Alexander Gauge
(as Friar Tuck), Archie Duncan (as Little John) 

Season 4 (Syndicated-US) (ITV-UK) (1959-60)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by:
references:
TV Guide (US) / TV Times (UK) / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

###### The Adventures of Robin Hood #########
############# season 4 1959-60 ###############
############# (final season) #################
 (syndicated in US) 26 episodes
 
Alan Wheatley as The Sheriff of Nottingham
(is in the first 7 episodes of season 4)
John Arnatt as The Deputy Sheriff of Nottingham
(takes over from Alan Wheatley from 7th episode of season 4)

UK air dates ABC Television (ITV company in North/Midlands)

4.1 [--] Robin Hood: SYBELLA

4.2 [--] Robin Hood: THE FLYING SORCERER

4.3 [--] Robin Hood: THE LADY-KILLER

4.4 [--] Robin Hood: A TOUCH OF FEVER

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4.5 [--] Robin Hood: THE DEVIL YOU DON'T KNOW
(exit Alan Wheatley as Sheriff of Nottingham /
enter John Arnatt as The Deputy Sheriff of Nottingham)
Prod. no. 129

19Dec59
Alan A Dale Story pt 2
cast
Richard Coleman ...... Sir Alan-a-Dale
introducing
John Arnatt .......... The Deputy Sheriff
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4.6 [--] Robin Hood: THE LOAF

4.7 [--] Robin Hood: SIX STRINGS TO HIS BOW (AW)
Prod. no. 128
9Jan60
27Mar69 ATV Midlands rpt
Written by Raymond Bowers
Directed by Terry Bishop
Alan A Dale Story pt1
(continues on #129)
cast
Richard Greene
Patricia Driscoll
Alan Wheatley
Richard Coleman ...... Sir Alan-a-Dale
Paul Eddington ....... Will Scarlett
Victor Woolf ......... Derwent
Morton Lowry ......... Lieutenant
Simone Lovell ........ Joan
Robon tells a nobleman that to ensure his safekeeping he
intends to escort him through Sherwood, but the knight refuses.

4.8 [---] Robin Hood: TUCK'S LOVE DAY
Prod. no. 132
27Feb60
30Jun62 Tyne-Tees, Sat 5:15 pm
Friar Tuck is in trouble with his Abbot, for he has been
unable to collect money to aid church funds so may be sent
to another part of the country unless the position rapidly
changes. Poor Tuck is in despair - until he gets a bright idea.

4.9 [--] Robin Hood: A BUSHEL OF APPLES

4.10 [--] Robin Hood: THE TRUCE

4.11 [--] Robin Hood: THE DEBT

4.12 [--] Robin Hood: THE OATH

4.13 [--] Robin Hood: THE CHARM PEDLAR

4.14 [--] Robin Hood: GOODBYE LITTLE JOHN [JA]
Prod. no. 118
21Aug60 [uk] ABC North/Midlands, Sun 5:20pm
Produced by Sidney Cole
Screenplay by Raymond Bowers
Directed by Robert Day
Cast:
Alexander Gauge
Archie Duncan
John Arnatt
Paul Eddington ....... Will Scarlet
Victor Wolf
Simone Lovell
Morton Lowry ......... Lieutenant
Graham Stewart ....... Bault
Dennis Holmes ........ Sturdy Man
On returning to Sherwood Forest, Little John is angry to
discover that his place as Robin's right hand man has been
taken by Will Scarlett. To make matters worse, Will beats
John in a wrestling match, and the big man strides off into
the forest angrier than ever. The Deputy Sheriff hears of it
and plans to take advantage of Little John's discontent.

4.15 [--] Robin Hood: THE RELUCTANT REBEL
Prod. no.140 / 28 Aug 60

4.16 [--] Robin Hood: THE BAGPIPER (V)
Prod. no. 125
4Sep60 possibly ABC North/Midlands
Produced by Sidney Cole
Directed by Terry Bishop
Screenplay by Ian Read
cast:
RG, PD
Hugh McDermott ......... Duncan
AD
Paul Eddington ......... Will Scarlett
Patrick Troughton ...... Sir Fulke
Andrew Downie .......... Tam
other credits:
Script Supervision by Raymond Bowers
Music by Edward Elms
Associate Producer Thelma Connell
Production Associate Richard Greene
Production Supervisor Harold Buck
Director of Photography Ken Hodges
Art Director John Blezard

4.17 [--] Robin Hood: THE PARTING GUEST
Prod. no. 124 / 11 Sep 60

4.18 [--] Robin Hood: HOSTAGE FOR A HANGMAN
Prod. no. 141 / 18 Sep 60

4.19 [--] Robin Hood: HUE AND CRY
Prod. no. 142 / 25 Sep 60

4.20 [--] Robin Hood: THE CHAMPION (JA)
Prod. no. 122 / 2 Oct 60

4.21 [--] Robin Hood: THE EDGE AND THE POINT
Prod. no. 121 / 8 Oct 60

4.22 [--] Robin Hood: A RACE AGAINST TIME
Prod. no. 120 / 15 Oct 60

4.23 [--] Robin Hood: THE PHAROAH STONES
Prod. no. 126 / 22 Oct 60

4.24 [--] Robin Hood: BRIDE FOR AN OUTLAW
Prod. no. 136 / 29 Oct 60

4.25 [--] Robin Hood: DOUBLR TROUBLE
Prod. no. 137 /5 Nov 60

4.26 [--] Robin Hood: TRAPPED (final episode)
Prod. no. 143 / 12 Nov 60

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