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RoS Locations

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RoS Filming Locations

Robin of Sherwood was filmed mostly around Bristol (UK), because HTV is based there. BBC Wiltshire has an on-line article, Retrospective: Robin of Sherwood, that includes an interview with Clive Mantle and the some info about the RoS filming locations with pictures from Castle Combe.

Conventry Web had a report in 2001, A Day with the Stars, by Ann Morris, who was lucky enough to be present (with her two children) at the filming set of RoS in Gloustershire for a day in January 1985.

The UK RoS conventions usually make a tour to one or two of the RoS filming locations. Silver Arrow also has a RoS locations guide with some pictures up on the website.

Kristina Steimle has two reports with pictures up on her Nothing's Forgotten website of trips to several RoS filming locations that she made.
Real to RoS

      A

    * Abbotts Leigh Woods (Bristol area) - Sherwood Forest
    * Alnwick Castle (Northumberland) - Nottingham Castle outside (Robin Hood and the Sorceror), Nottingham Casle courtyard (Robin Hood and the Sorceror and The Witch if Elsdon), archery contest for the Silver Arrow (Robin Hood and the Sorceror), market scene (Alan a Dale)
    * Azimghur Barracks (Colerne Airfield, Chippenham, Wiltshire) - Lord Owen's gladiator arena for the blood game (Herne's Son)

      B

    * Bamburg Castle (Northumberland) - Castle Belleme (Robin Hood & The Sorceror)
    * Barton Hill Trading Estate (Bristol) - 2nd Series interiors like the Hounds of Lucifer's black mass (The Swords of Wayland), Lilith's barn (The Enchantment), the Sheriff's bedchamber and one or two of Prince John's chambers (The Prophesy)
    * Berrow Beach (Weston-super-Mare) - flashback of Nasir injuring Sarak in the desert (The Sheriff of Nottingham), the boat scene at the end of The Prophecy with Sir Richard of Leaford and Mark sailing for France
    * Black Rock (Cheddar Gorge) - Uffcombe village (The Swords of Wayland)
    * Blaise Castle Estate (Bristol area) - various forest scenes (Robin Hood & the Sorcerer/The Witch of Elsdon/The Children of Israel/The Swords of Wayland)
    * Bodiam Castle (Sussex) - Huntingdon Castle exterior (Herne's Son)
    * Bowood House (Wilshire) - the fight between Robin and the bewitched Little John near the cascading waterfall (Robin Hood and the Sorceror)
    * Brent Castle - Nottingham exterior series 3
    * Brent Knoll (East Brent, Highbridge Somerset) - Rhiannon's Wheel (Robin Hood and the Sorceror/The King's Fool), Ring of the Nine Maidens (The Time of the Wolf)
    * Brinkburn Priory (near Rothbury, Northumberland) - Kirklees Abbey, Castle Belleme interior (Robin Hood and the Sorceror)

      C

    * Caldicott Castle (Gwent, Wales) - Grimstone Abbey (The Time of the Wolf), wall of Caerleon Castle that Will scales (The Inheritance), Gwydion Castle entrance (The Swords of Wayland)
    * Chepstow Castle (Welsh Border) - ruined Castle Belleme (The Enchantment), courtyard and main gate (upper bailey, barbicon and courtyard) of Caerleon Castle (The Inheritance)
    * Chew Valley Lake (south of Bristol) - site of Nasir & Sarak's duel (The Sheriff of Nottingham), also flaming arrow ceremonies (Robin Hood and the Sorceror/The Greatest Enemy/The Time of the Wolf)

      D

    * Draycott Sleights (Mendip Hills, Somerset) - tor of Locksley's last stand (The Greatest Enemy)

      F

    * Farleigh Hungerford Castle (Bradford-On-Avon) - village of Nottingham (Seven Poor Knights from Acre/The King's Fool/The Children of Israel), De Talmont's house (The Children of Israel), Halstead Priory (The Time of the Wolf), gate to Nottingham Castle through which Much and Marion drive their cart in Alan a Dale, King Richard's chamber (The King's Fool), the inn that the Brabancons wreck in the beginning of Lord of the Trees

      G

    * Great Chalfield Manor (Melksham) - Leaford Grange in The Power of Albion, chapel at Croxden Abbey (The Cross of St. Ciricus)

      H

    * Highbury Hill Woods (between Temple Cloud & High Littleton, Bristol) - Sherwood Forest
    * Hinton Priory (south of Bath) - Leaford Grange (Seven Poor Knights from Acre), Thornton Abbey exterior (Cromm Cruac), Lichfield (Herne's Son)

      K

    * Kidwelly Castle (Dyfed, Wales) - Clun Castle (Herne's Son)

      L

    * Lacock Abbey (Chippenham, Wiltshire) - Thornton Abbey library in Cromm Cruac, Warren Abbey where Queen Isabella is ambushed (The Pretender)

      M

    * Malmesbury Abbey (Malmesbury, Wiltshire) - Gwydion Castle exteriors in The Swords of Wayland
    * Mells Park Estate (Frome, Somerset) - various village sets, e.g. Wickham, Loxley
    * Milton Cutting (Wells, Somerset) - the clifftop where Robert and Gisburne have their fight in The Cross of St. Ciricus

      N

    * Nettleton Mill (Wilts, near Castle Combe) - Wickham (The Betrayal)

      P

    * Pro Cathedral (Clifton, Bristol) - Nottingham Castle and other 3rd Series interiors

      R

    * Redcliffe Caves (Bristol) - the tunnel into Nottingham Castle (The Sheriff of Nottingham)

      S

    * Smalls Quarry (Flax Bourton, Bristol) - the stone quarry in The Prophesy
    * St Mary's Woods (Bristol area) - Sherwood Forest
    * St Michael's Mount (Marazion, Cornwall) - Ravenscar Abbey (The Swords of Wayland)
    * Stoke Leigh Woods (Bristol area) - Sherwood Forest

      T

    * Tithe Barn (Bradford-on-Avon) - Nottingham Castle great hall (especially in The King's Fool and The Betrayal), Gwydion Castle great hall (The Swords of Wayland)

      V

    * Vassels Park (Bristol) - Sherwood Forest?

      W

    * Wells Cathedral (Wells, Somerset) - steps to Marion's room in Nottingham Castle (Robin Hood and the Sorceror), steps & main hall in Ravenscar Abbey (The Swords of Wayland), Ravenscar crypt (The Swords of Wayland), cloisters at Kirklees Abbey
    * Wookey Hole Caves (Wells, Somerset) - Herne's cavern (chamber 2 - "The Wich's Kitchen")

RoS to Real

      B

    * Belleme Castle - Bamburg Castle (Robin Hood & The Sorceror), Brinkburn Priory (interior, Robin Hood & The Sorceror), Chepstow Castle (The Enchantment)
    * Boat scene at the end of The Prophecy - Berrow Beach

      C

    * Caerleon Castle - Caldicott Castle (wall that Will scales) and Chepstow Castle (courtyard and main gate) (The Inheritance)
    * Clifftop where Robert and Gisburne have their fight - Milton Cutting (The Cross of St. Ciricus)
    * Clun Castle - Kidwelly Castle (Herne's Son)
    * Croxden Abbey - Great Chalfield Manor (chapel, The Cross of St. Ciricus)

      D

    * Desert scene with Nasir injuring Sarak - Berrow Beach (The Sheriff of Nottingham)
    * Duel between Nasir & Sarak - Chew Valley Lake (The Sheriff of Nottingham)

      F

    * Flaming arrow ceremonies - Chew Valley Lake (Robin Hood and the Sorceror/The Greatest Enemy/The Time of the Wolf)

      G

    * Gladiator arena for Lord Owen's blood game - Azimghur Barracks (Herne's Son)
    * Grimstone Abbey - Caldicott Castle (The Time of the Wolf)
    * Gwydion Castle - Caldicott Castle (entrance), Tithe Barn (great hall), Malmesbury Abbey (exteriors) (The Swords of Wayland)

      H

    * Halstead Priory - Farleigh Hungerford Castle (The Time of the Wolf)
    * Herne's cavern - Wookey Hole Caves
    * Huntingdon Castle - Bodiam Castle (exterior, Herne's Son)

      I

    * Inn that the Brabancons wreck - Farleigh Hungerford Castle (Lord of the Trees)
    * Interiors 2nd series - Barton Hill Trading Estate
    * Interiors 3rd series - Pro Cathedral

      K

    * King Richard's chamber - Farleigh Hungerford Castle
    * Kirklees Abbey - Brinkburn Priory, Wells Cathedral (cloisters)

      L

    * Leaford Grange - Hinton Priory (Seven Poor Knights from Acre), Great Chalfield Manor (The Power of Albion)
    * Lichfield - Hinton Priory (Herne's Son)

      N

    * Nottingham - Farleigh Hungerford Castle (Seven Poor Knights from Acre/The King's Fool/The Children of Israel)
    * Nottingham Castle - Alnwick Castle (outside + courtyard Robin Hood and the Sorceror), Tithe Barn (great hall), Farleigh Hungerford Castle (gate Alan a Dale), Barton Hill Trading Estate (Sheriff's bedchamber), Pro Cathedral (interior 3rd series) , Redcliffe Caves (tunnels into the castle, The Sheriff of Nottingham)

      P

    * Prince John's chambers - Barton Hill Trading Estate (The Prophesy)

      R

    * Ravenscar Abbey - Wells Cathedral (steps, main hall, crypt), St Michael's Mount, Barton Hill Trading Estate (black mass), Malmesbury Abbey? (The Swords of Wayland)
    * Rhiannon's Wheel - Brent Knoll (Robin Hood and the Sorceror/The King's Fool)
    * Ring of the Nine Maidens - Brent Knoll (The Time of the Wolf); BTW: the "stones" were good old theatrical polystyrene!

      S

    * Sherwood Forest - Abbotts Leigh Woods, Blaise Castle Estate, Highbury Hill Woods, St Mary's Woods, Stoke Leigh Woods
    * Steps to Marion's room in Nottingham Castle - Wells Cathedral (Robin Hood and the Sorceror)
    * Stone quarry - Smalls Quarry (The Prophesy)

      T

    * De Talmont's house - Farleigh Hungerford Castle (The Children of Israel)
    * Thornton Abbey - Hinton Priory (exterior), Lacock Abbey (library and cloisters) (Cromm Cruac)
    * Tor of Locksley's last stand - Draycott Sleights (The Greatest Enemy)

      W

    * Warren Abbey where Queen Isabella is ambushed - Lacock Abbey (The Pretender)
    * Waterfall where Robin and Little John fight - Bowood House (Robin Hood and the Sorceror)
    * Wickham - Nettleton Mill, Mells Park Estate

      U

    * Uffcombe - Black Rock (The Swords of Wayland)

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ой это для профессионалов
надо давать звания "заслуженный мастер РоС"   :lol:

Отредактировано Cathy (2006-09-08 01:12:55)

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Стырено со Спирита :) http://www.robinofsherwood.org/

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робингудению ( :lol: ) - быть!

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:rofl:  Быть!

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RoS Map
The map below was created by Janet VanMeter
http://www.robinofsherwood.org/images/RoS_map.jpg

1. Carlisle (Adam Bell)
2. York
3. Gisburn
4. Kirklees
5. Doncaster
6. Loxley
7. Hathersage
  8. Grimston
  9. Lincoln
10. Newark
11. Nottingham
12. Derby
13. Lichfield
14. Leicester
15. Huntingdon
16. Gloucester
17. Caerleon
18. London
19. Chester

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http://www.alnwickcastle.com/images/photos/topleft_5.jpg
Alnwick Castle (Northumberland) - Nottingham Castle outside

http://www.rothbury.com/village/around/Brinkburn.jpg
Brinkburn Priory (near Rothbury, Northumberland) - Kirklees Abbey, Castle Belleme interior (Robin Hood and the Sorceror)

http://www.visionwebsites.co.uk/Uploads/Site137/Images/castle.jpg
Chepstow Castle (Welsh Border) - ruined Castle Belleme (The Enchantment), courtyard and main gate (upper bailey, barbicon and courtyard) of Caerleon Castle (The Inheritance)

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эээ...а Стоунхендж разве в фильме не был задействован? :blush:

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Был. Здесь просто не все. Подробней смотри на Спирите. http://www.robinofsherwood.org/

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Наверное ,  это  можно сюда.

David I. of Scotland became Earl of Huntingdon, and between the years 1160 and 1247 (the period of Robin's supposed career)Malcolm IV, William the Lyon and Alexander II (kings of Scotland) were successive holders of this title. This could be where Anthony Munday got the idea for his two plays, written in 1598;The Downfall of Robert Earl of Huntington (note the different spelling) and The Death of Robert Earl of Huntington. He appears to be the first person to mention Robin Hood as the Earl of Huntington. Earlier, John Major and Richard Grafton had claimed that Robin Hood was noble, Munday may have obtained the date for his Earl from John Major, who places Robin in the reign of Richard I.There was a place called Huntington near York, this could be the place where some of the Scottish kings with that title, resided frequently. Some of the Scottish monarchs did have estates in England.
In 1746 Dr. William Stukeley claimed Robin Hood was Robert fitz Ooth pretended earl of Huntington. His pedigree based on william Dugdale's Baronage of 1675 was fictitious. Stukeley had families and individuals that were fictitious, with Fitzooths and Fitzodos interwoven with the lords of Kyme. In other words Robin Hood Earl of Huntingdon, Huntington is probably a totally fictitious person.

There is a village called Gisburn about ten miles from Wyresdale in Lancashire,and also a Guisborough in the North Riding known in the middle ages as Giseburne. Apparently there was a priory situated in this area.
The ballad Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne, may be related to one of these areas, but as we do not know if the Ballad has any basis in fact, Sir Guy may be a totally fictitious person as well. In the ballad, the action takes place in the "greenwood", and Barnsdale.

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Дэвид I Шотландcкий стал Графом ХантингДоном, и  между  1160 и 1247 годами  ( предполагаемое время деятельности Робина) Малькольм IV, Вильям Лион и Александр II (короли Шотландии), были последующими наследниками этого титула. Эти факты могли вдохновить Энтони Манди , автора двух пьес, написанных в 1598 году: "Падение Роберта, ГрафаХантинТдона (отметьте другую орфографию:Huntingdon и Huntington) и "Смерть Роберта Графа Хантингтона". Энтони Манди первый, кто назвал Робина Гуда Графом Хантингдоном.  Раньше, Джон Майджор  и Ричард Графтон говорили, что , возможно, Робин Гуд был благородного происхождения, Манди мог взять датировку для своего Графа у Джона Мэйджора, который говорил, что Робин был современником Ричарда Первого.  Была местность Хантингдон недалеко от Йорка, это могла быть резиденция Шотландский королей, графов Хантингдонов. Некоторые Шотландские монархи имели имущество в Англии.
В 1746 года Доктор Вильям  Стакели назвал Робин Гуда Робертом  Фиц Утом, претендентом на титул графа Хантингтона. Его родословная,  основанная на Вильяме  Дагделе  1675 была фиктивной. Стакели собрал коллекцию фиктивных лиц и семейств Фицутов и Фицодов, связанных лордами Кайм.
  Другими словами Граф Робин Гуд Хантингтон , Хантингдон - вероятно  фиктивное лицо.

Есть деревня, которая называлась  Gisburn, в примерно десяти милях от Варесдейла в Ланкшире , и также Guisborough на  севере, названая в средние века как Giseburne. Очевидно был монастырь расположенный в этой местности.

Баллада "Робин Гуд и Гай Гизборн" могла  описывать одну из этих местностей, но мы не знаем, была ли у баллады фактическая основа.  Сэр Гай  мог быть также фиктивным лицом.  В балладе действие происходит в "зеленом лесу", и в Барнсделе.

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Холм.

увеличить

увеличить

увеличить

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Романтический такой холмик...

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Это тот самый  холм.
http://sherwood.mybb.ru/uploads/0000/09/8a/45635-1.jpg

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Здравствуйте!
Внесу свои "пять копеек"
Карта Ноттингема в средние века:
http://keep4u.ru/imgs/b/080717/c7/c79de885acf16a913d.jpg
Правда, это немного позднее "нашего времени", век 14-15, но думаю, что город за это время не сильно вырос 
http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/derisive.gif

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Dimuchin
Здорово! Вот не было ни разу такой мысли - найти карту! :)
А где там может быть шериф?

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Замок в левом нижнем углу, на холме.
К сожалению, он был разрушен во время гражданской войны 17-го века. И то, что стоит сейчас - более поздняя постройка. От старого замка остались только знаменитые ворота.
А Шервудский лес - за правым верхним краем карты http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/standart/wink3.gif

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Dimuchin
Спасибо! Очень полезная вещь.

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Dimuchin, вот спасибо!

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Dimuchin
Здорово! Спасибо за интересную карту.

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Dimuchin написал(а):

От старого замка остались только знаменитые ворота.А Шервудский лес - за правым верхним краем карты

это его Гай в 4 сезоне поджёг!

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танюха написал(а):

это его Гай в 4 сезоне поджёг!

Во время войны Стефана и Матильды, в в 1140 Граф Глостер сжёг город после неудачной попытки взять замок. Через 11 лет опять палили.
http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/madhouse/drag.gif

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Bobby написал(а):

Во время войны Стефана и Матильды, в в 1140 Граф Глостер сжёг город после неудачной попытки взять замок. Через 11 лет опять палили.

так кто им пример подал?

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танюха написал(а):

так кто им пример подал?

Они раньше были. :) Их пример, скорее, оказал вдохновляющий эффект.

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Bobby написал(а):

Их пример, скорее, оказал вдохновляющий эффект.

на подвиги Гай вдохновился и претворил их в жизнь!

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Люди, у меня сердце кровью обливается.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZHjzIMZbD4

Этот ролик посвящён    * Pro Cathedral (Clifton, Bristol) - Nottingham Castle
Наверное и ссылку на такой кошмар не стоит давать.

Ролик не для слабонервных. Это ужасно. Я в шоке. Во что превратили то место, где снимали кадры нашего любимого фильма. :(:(:(

Отредактировано Vanessa (2008-12-13 13:05:50)

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Кому-то явно надо напомнить: "Ничто не забывается, ничто никогда не забывается...".

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http://home.versatel.nl/remcodo/roslocations.html

Здесь по ссылочкам можно увидеть все места, где снимался фильм и все храмы.

Отредактировано Vanessa (2008-12-13 13:13:05)

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http://s45.radikal.ru/i109/0903/a4/4924f5de5a90.jpg

Robin Hood's Tree.

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http://i057.radikal.ru/0903/e7/6fb4648bdb77.jpg

Church of St John the Evangelist, Perlethorpe. Perlethorpe Church, the Church of St. John Evangelist, was built in 1876 by Sydney William Herbert Pierrepont, 3rd Earl Manvers, and whose memorial can be found on the inner north wall. Designed by Anthony Salvin the cost of the building was £17,000 and it stands across the road from Perlethorpe Church of England School (now Perlethorpe Environmental Education Centre). Some features within its grounds are said to date from the previous church, such as the "dwarf boundary wall" (1861), and gas street lamp (c.1861) by the western gate, more of which were once illuminated on the path leading to Thoresby Hall.
But as early as 1904 very extensive repairs were made necessary due to the poor construction methods used in the walls. Bonding stones had not been placed across the cavity in the walls, and the infill of rubbish there was causing serious decay. The strain caused by the six bells in the tower were also to prove a cause for concern as the decades passed and mining subsidence occured. In 1952 five of these bells would go to West Bridgford.
In the early 1900's the 4th Earl and Countess Manvers would arrive at the original wrought iron gates on the west end in a carriage drawn by a white horse. After the service the Countess would find out from her Estate Agent which of the village's children were missing. She herself would then visit those families in her carriage to ascertain how poorly the child was, before instructing the manager of Home Farm to send that family fresh milk, eggs and butter, whilst providing hot soup direct from Thoresby Hall.
The present entrance to St John's is the lychgate (covered gateway) on the south of its grounds. This was added in 1922 as a memorial to those men from Thoresby who fell in World War

http://s57.radikal.ru/i156/0903/27/3bb4a0d30ba6.jpg

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http://i075.radikal.ru/0903/92/8cfd8b9f0c1a.jpg

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