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Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves - English or American
At the beginning of the movie, when Robin and Ahzeem are locked up in some Arab country, Robin speaks (or tries to) with an English accent. Then when they reach England, he looses his English accent for an American one. Why did Mr. Bodyguard loose his accent?
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Anonymous on 11-12-2000
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Homer writes:
Probably 'cause the other actors were begging him to.
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Shawn writes:
During an interview, Mel Brooks said that Costner's American accent is what put the idea in his head to do "Men in Tights."
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Inky writes:
Apparently, when they had began filming the movie, Costner had wanted to do an accent, but it was so bad that he was asked to just speak with his own american accent.
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nomad762 writes:
Considering neither the English accent (as we know it) nor the American accent existed in the 12th century, i don't really think this is a slip up.
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