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In the name of King John, pay or burn.
~ Godfrey threatening a group of villagers.

Sir Godfrey is the main antagonist in the 2010 film Robin Hood.

He was portrayed by Mark Strong, who also played Frank D'Amico in Kick Ass, Pinbacker in SunshineLord Henry Blackwood in Sherlock Holmes, Jimbo's father in The Prodigies, Thaddeus Sivana in Shazam!.

Biography

Sir Godfrey is a close friend and servant to King John, but is secretly a traitor who schemes to form an alliance with the French in order to have more money for himself. Allying himself with King Philip of France , the latter proposes to Godfrey to take advantage of the fragile situation in England due to John's mismanagement and to kill King Richard when he returns from the Crusades through the Forest of Broceliant. With him dead, it will be easy for Godfrey to turn the country against John and for King Philip to invade the country. In exchange, the knight will have a rich reward. Godfrey accepts the offer.

He succeeded in leading an attack against the Crusaders, bringing the king's crown back to London. Allowing his men to take whatever they want, he however does not find King Richard. Noticing an English barely alive, he questions him while turning the spear which pierces his body to make him speak. He learns that Coeur de Lion died in the Crusades and that his crown is in a white horse, who is running away. The dying knight, Robert Loxley, asks him with stupefaction if he is English, to which Godfrey answers : “When it suits me”.

He and his men are ambushed by Robert Longstride and his friends, who succeed to kill everybody except Godfrey and his second, who flee away. While fleeing, Godfrey is grazed by an arrow of Longstride.

Determined to cross the Channel without a loose purse, Longstride usurps Locksley's identity and brings the crown of England back to London to the new king John. Godfrey arrives in London at the same time and watches the coronation. He watches the process. When Prince John returns to the castle, he sees him and he is delighted to see him again. He notices the scar produced by the contact of Longstrides' arrow. Godfrey is lying, saying it was a hunting accident. So King John makes a joke that this scar is going to please women and goes back to the castle. Godfrey, meanwhile, suspicious of Longstride and believing he knows too much, orders his henchman to get rid of him.

In the castle, a meeting is organized about how to finance the kingdom, Richard's campaigns having been costly. William Marshal, the kingdom’s Chancellor, suggests looking for money in other countries, which Godfrey equates to "begging money from loan sharks". The traitorous knight offers to lead an army in the North to collect money from citizens or kill them if he refuses. Marshall is horrified, but King John approves and dismisses Marshall from his function. In the corridor leading to the exit, Marshall warns Godfrey to backstab at the good place if he doesn’t want to be backstabbed. Godfrey goes to the north with an army of knights.

Arrived there, he goes to a village during the night. All the villagers drank and are sleeping drunk. Godfrey allows his French henchman to initiate a quiet invasion with a group of knights. Each French knight places above a sleeping village with the sword raised. Godfrey's assistant waves to them and the inhabitants are transfixed in their sleep.

Meanwhile, William Marshall discovers a message addressed to Godfrey informing that 200 French have landed on the English coast during the night.

For his part, Godfrey meets another English soldier, informing him that all of his men are dead and that Loxley (actually Longstride) is still alive. Godfrey assumes he's destined to confront him in person and he heads for Barnsdale.

Arrived in Barnsdale, Godfrey demands that the doors be opened to him in order to collect the taxes. The city leader refuses, saying they have paid enough for King Richard the Lionheart military campaigns. Godfrey breaks down the doors, causes a massacre, steals the pieces of gold and other valuables things, and burns the city. He repeated the process in many English cities, setting the country on fire and blood. In this way, he relies on the creation by the barons of a coalition against the king who will march on London, leaving England defenseless while King Philip II of France will land in the country.

Later, Godfrey is informed that Robert Loxley is in Nottingham. He orders that Nottingham be razed and that no prisoners be taken. Addressing his French henchman, he orders him to go to France and inform the king that the time for the invasion has come.

Arrived in Nottingham, Sir Godfrey asks Loxley to show up. The father of the late Robert Loxley, Sir Walter Loxley, comes out of his cottage, and says Robert is absent. Godfrey nods, saying he died in a stream. Astonished, Walter asks who he is to find out. Godfrey viciously whispers to Walter that he's the one who killed him. Revolted, Sir Walter tries to challenge him with his sword but he strikes blindly because he is blind. Godfrey laughs and hits him with some non-lethal blows just to provoke him. Sir Walter turns out to be more tenacious than Godfrey had expected as he parries one of his blows and grazes him on the forehead, causing a scratch. Angry at this humiliation, Godfrey kills Sir Walter by stabbing him. Before the people of Nottingham are all killed, Longstride arrives with the English Royal Army and defeats the French troops. Godfrey fled, however.

He goes to the beach where the King of France is supposed to land to start the invasion. Seeing him coming because of the signal he sends from his boat, he lights pyres installed on the beach to signal his presence.

During the film's climax, after King John discovers Godfrey's treachery, he and Robin Longstride lead an assault on Godfrey's forces. Commanding the French troops there, Godfrey kills several English before being attacked by Marion Loxley, Sir Walter's daughter. He succeeds in removing her from his horse and prepares to kill her, but is attacked by Longstride. Robin duels Godfrey before being knocked to the ground, allowing Godfrey to escape on horseback. Robin quickly grabs a bow and fires an arrow at the fleeing Godfrey, piercing his neck and killing him.

Personality

Godfrey is incredibly ruthless and intimidating, as seen when he kills several innocent victims without remorse. He cares only about himself and is ready to betray his own country, even if he is already placed in a position of power by his close friend King John, just to be wealthier. Besides, he doesn't even care about the Frenchs, his relationship with King Philip of France being professional and self-serving and having ho hesitation to murder a French knight to steal his horse and ride away, when he sees that the situation is at his enemy's advantage.

Godfrey is also shown to have sadism. This is proven when he needlessly taunts and hits non-letally Sir Walter Loxley despite knowing full well that the old man is blind and weak.

In contrast with all this, Godfrey is a coward who only engages in fighting when he knows that the situation is at his advantage. When he sees that the tables are turned, he is quick to flee and abandon his own troops.

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Tom and Jerry: Robin Hood and His Merry Mouse: Tom & Jerry | Prince John | Sheriff of Nottingham
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