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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves - Dover to Sherwood in One Day...Or It's Free!
Two things about Robin and Ahzeem's <sp?> walk to Robin's home.
1) They walk the distance from Dover to Sherwood in a day.
2) When Ahzeem asks Robin which way is east, Robin points to the left. (Yes, I took note of their facings.) Nowhere that one travels from Dover is east to one's left.
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Doctor X on 02-28-2000
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Testtube writes:
Don't forget that they go via Hadrians wall, which is just about as far North as you can go in England. And all in one day.
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Doctor X writes:
Watch their facings. They're going from Dover to Sherwood, so they're walking north. Robin stops, Azzim walks ahead, Robin points left. Dover is in the south-east of the island. Nowhere that one is walking FROM Dover is East going to be to one's left.
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Faelan writes:
If you are travelling in any direction from Dover, then stop, and turn South, East is to your left. Not that it matters, considering the possibility that Robin was having fun with Moor. Whatever direction Robin pointed in, the poor fellow was going to assume that he was being truthfully told the correct facing. :)
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Dr D writes:
Left and Right, as relative to East and West are all subject to which way the camera is facing. I doubt they would have been stupid enough to get it backwards, so I would assume that the camera angle was looking south, or north, for whichever direction would make east be left.
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