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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves - Turn Coat
Go to the part where Will Scarlet is discovered at the hanging, and brought in front of the sheriff. The sheriff says, "Ah, the turn coat." The sheriff is refering to Will as a traitor using a word that was used until the 18th century when soldiers wore those long colored coats(like the British redcoats),and when a soldier switch sides he would wear a different colored coat.
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jm on 06-14-2001
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nomad762 writes:
Since the English that was spoken during the 12th century (when this movie took place) is nothing like the English spoken today, use of "untimely" words or phrases is, imo, not a slip up. Restricting the language used only to words & phrases actually in use during the period portrayed would make the dialog all but unintelligible to modern viewers.
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