Nottingham is a town located in the middle of England. It serves as one of the main settings in The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men.

In the film

It is in Nottingham where Nottingham Castle is located and where Sherwood Forest lies next to it. The location serves as the home of King Richard, Prince John, Queen Eleanor, the Sheriff of Nottingham, and its citizens. Within Nottingham lies a Square where the Sheriff punishes two prisoners: Scathelock, who refused to reveal Robin Hood's whereabouts after the Sheriff stole his cattle since he had no more taxes to pay and Will Stutely, who was caught poaching a King's deer since the Sheriff starved him, until they are rescued by Robin Hood and his outlaws known as Merrie Men and where, after two years since the King's absence, a donation is held to ensure the King's safe return since his Crusade has ended in failure and the King finds himself imprisoned in Austria to be held for a ransom of 100,000 marks.

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