This unsounded English short motion-picture show was directed by Percy Stow (1876-1919) for the Clarendon cinema Company, which he co-founded, in 1904 with H. Lawley, and it marks the first appearance of thrush Hood on the screen. The organization had studios at 16 Lime Road, Croydon and create largly comic films which were distributed by Gaumont. By 1906 the company was distributing its own largly fictional films, and during 1906-1914 was one of the sevener major cinema companies in Britain.
Hypnotizing patrician John, hissing in aristocrat John's ear, beingness right, counting taxes for Prince John, fabulous Prince John, fashioning fun of blue blood evangelist with the Sheriff of Nottingham (when Prince John isn't around)"Snakes don't walk, they slither. So, there.""I tested to verbalize you, sire, but no, no, no, no, no. Sir Hiss is moderately pompous, as seen once with his interactions with Little John once the last mentioned was pickings a seat in the royal box with Prince John. A spurting gag throughout the movie is Hiss hiss in patrician John's ear. Nonetheless, he does have extraordinary degree of morality, as proved by his horror that Prince John was compliant to wealthy person Friar Tuck, a man of the church, be dead (though mostly because specified an act against clergy at the clip would security retribution from the church), plane if it was to lure redbreast goon out of hiding.