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Top Ten Painful Historical Anachronisms in 2018's Robin Hood

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2018 saw yet another big budget take on the legendary English outlaw, Robin Hood. This particular version is mostly noteworthy for painfully crashing and burning at the box office for reasons both many and varied.

The film is indeed rife with problems, including in its historical details. In today's video we are going to look at the top ten painful historical anachronisms that we noticed in it. Were the historical inaccuracies the reason why Robin Hood failed? Undoubtedly not, but since this channel is run by nitpicking history nerds... ;)

Interestingly, Adobe Premiere gave no end of trouble editing this, with multiple crashes and such pronounced instability that it had to be reinstalled, which unfortunately did not fully fix the issue. So apparently even software doesn't want anything to do with this film...



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