|“||Might I have the pleasure of your name before I have you run through?||„|
|~ Sir Guy to Robin of Loxley|
Sir Guy of Gisbourne was a minor antagonist in the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Guy of Gisborne was the Sheriff's cousin and one of his minions.
He first encountered Robin of Loxley while chasing a teenager named Wolf, who had been hunting for deer on Loxley lands, which the Sheriff had claimed as his own. Loxley protected Wolf from Guy and his men. After thoroughly drubbing Guy and his men, Loxley told Guy to warn the sheriff what happened when the sheriff's men picked on children.
Guy and the sheriff next encountered Guy at the Hereford cathedral, where the sheriff angrily told Loxley that he would cut his enemy's heart out with a spoon. Afterwards Guy asked his cousin why he would use a spoon, to which the sheriff caustically responded that since it was dull it would hurt more.
After failing to stop a raid from Robin Hood and his merry men, Guy was killed by the Sheriff, who remarked that at least he didn't use a spoon to dispatch Sir Guy.