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Robin Hood appears in Once Upon a Time scene with Marian and son

Sean Maguire, who plays Robin Hood in the hit ABC TV series Once Upon a Time, was in Steveston on Tuesday, filming a scene with Marian, played by Christie Laing, and their son Roland, played by Raphael Alejandro. There
Sean Maguire, who plays Robin Hood in the hit ABC TV series Once Upon a Time, was in Steveston on Tuesday, filming a scene with Marian, played by Christie Laing, and their son Roland, played by Raphael Alejandro. There's a full day of shooting today, straight into the wee hours of Wednesday morning.
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Sean Maguire, who plays Robin Hood in the hit ABC TV series Once Upon a Time, was in Steveston on Tuesday, filming a scene with Marian, played by Christie Laing, and their son Roland, played by Raphael Alejandro.

There's a full day of shooting today, straight into the wee hours of Wednesday morning.

Dozens of people came out to watch, with one woman planning to call in sick just so she could get a glimpse of the actors in the hit show, which has quite the following.

Roland gives Robin a whachatalkinaboutWillis look

Currently filming its fourth season, Once Upon a Time is set in the fictional city of Storybrooke, aka, Steveston.

 

 

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