History Film / TheThreeMusketeers1973

14th Apr '17 4:34:44 PM CumbersomeTercel
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''The Three Musketeers'' (1973) and ''The Four Musketeers'' (1974) are a two-part film adaptation of the novel ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas. Directed by Richard Lester from a screenplay by Creator/GeorgeMacDonaldFraser, they star Michael York as D'Artagnan, Creator/OliverReed, Richard Chamberlain, and Frank Finlay as the three Musketeers, and Creator/CharltonHeston, Faye Dunaway, and Creator/ChristopherLee as the villains.

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''The Three Musketeers'' (1973) and ''The Four Musketeers'' (1974) are a two-part film adaptation of the novel ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' by Creator/AlexandreDumas. Directed by Richard Lester from a screenplay by Creator/GeorgeMacDonaldFraser, they star Michael York as D'Artagnan, Creator/OliverReed, Richard Chamberlain, and Frank Finlay as the three Musketeers, and Creator/CharltonHeston, Faye Dunaway, Creator/FayeDunaway, and Creator/ChristopherLee as the villains.
14th Apr '17 5:02:23 AM fruitstripegum
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* BloodstainedGlassWindows: D'Artagnan and Rochefort have their epic final duel in a church.



* BloodstainedGlassWindows: D'Artagnan and Rochefort have their epic final duel in a church.
10th Mar '17 10:49:31 AM JamesAustin
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13th Dec '16 5:01:56 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* MarkOfShame: the brand on Milady's shoulder.

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* MarkOfShame: the The brand on Milady's shoulder.
3rd Aug '16 8:56:48 PM PaulA
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The director, screenwriter and much of the cast reunited for ''The Return of the Musketeers'' in 1989, loosely based on the novel ''Twenty Years After''. And in 2003, Michael York returned to the role again in the French film ''La Femme Musketeer'', about D'Artagnan's daughter. The 1979 movie ''The Fifth Musketeer'' (released in Europe as ''The Man in the Iron Mask'') isn't part of this continuity, having a completely different cast, starring several GoldenAgeOfHollywood stars (including Cornel Wilde as D'Artagnan, RexHarrison and Olivia De Havilland) alongside Beau Bridges, Sylvia Kristel and Ursula Andress.

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The director, screenwriter and much of the cast reunited for ''The Return of the Musketeers'' in 1989, loosely based on the novel ''Twenty Years After''. And in 2003, Michael York returned to the role again in the French film ''La Femme Musketeer'', about D'Artagnan's daughter. The 1979 movie ''The Fifth Musketeer'' (released in Europe as ''The Man in the Iron Mask'') isn't part of this continuity, having a different director and screenwriter and a completely different cast, starring several GoldenAgeOfHollywood stars (including Cornel Wilde as D'Artagnan, RexHarrison and Olivia De Havilland) alongside Beau Bridges, Sylvia Kristel and Ursula Andress.
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3rd Aug '16 10:00:42 AM jadmire
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The director, screenwriter and much of the cast reunited for ''The Return of the Musketeers'' in 1989, loosely based on the novel ''Twenty Years After''. And in 2003, Michael York returned to the role again in the French film ''La Femme Musketeer'', about D'Artagnan's daughter. The 1979 movie ''The Fifth Musketeer'' (released in Europe as ''The Man in the Iron Mask'') isn't part of this continuity, having a completely different cast, starring several GoldenAgeOfHollywood stars (including Cornel Wilde as D'Artagnan) alongside Beau Bridges, Sylvia Kristel and Ursula Andress.

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The director, screenwriter and much of the cast reunited for ''The Return of the Musketeers'' in 1989, loosely based on the novel ''Twenty Years After''. And in 2003, Michael York returned to the role again in the French film ''La Femme Musketeer'', about D'Artagnan's daughter. The 1979 movie ''The Fifth Musketeer'' (released in Europe as ''The Man in the Iron Mask'') isn't part of this continuity, having a completely different cast, starring several GoldenAgeOfHollywood stars (including Cornel Wilde as D'Artagnan) D'Artagnan, RexHarrison and Olivia De Havilland) alongside Beau Bridges, Sylvia Kristel and Ursula Andress.
3rd Aug '16 9:59:43 AM jadmire
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The director, screenwriter and much of the cast reunited for ''The Return of the Musketeers'' in 1989, loosely based on the novel ''Twenty Years After''. And in 2003, Michael York returned to the role again in the French film ''La Femme Musketeer'', about D'Artagnan's daughter.

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The director, screenwriter and much of the cast reunited for ''The Return of the Musketeers'' in 1989, loosely based on the novel ''Twenty Years After''. And in 2003, Michael York returned to the role again in the French film ''La Femme Musketeer'', about D'Artagnan's daughter.
daughter. The 1979 movie ''The Fifth Musketeer'' (released in Europe as ''The Man in the Iron Mask'') isn't part of this continuity, having a completely different cast, starring several GoldenAgeOfHollywood stars (including Cornel Wilde as D'Artagnan) alongside Beau Bridges, Sylvia Kristel and Ursula Andress.
25th Jul '16 3:33:50 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* BookDumb: D'Artagnan.


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* CrashIntoHello: How D'Artagnan meets the musketeers, as in the book.


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* TheDandy: Aramis.


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* ItsPersonal: D'Artagnan engages in DuelToTheDeath with Rochefort [[spoiler:because he thinks he killed Constance]].
* TheKlutz: Constance, a far cry from how she's portrayed in the book.
25th Jul '16 8:00:17 AM PaulA
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* {{Angrish}}: Porthos's initial reaction to his hat being destroyed (see Inflationary Dialogue, below).

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* {{Angrish}}: Porthos's initial reaction to his hat being destroyed (see Inflationary Dialogue, below).destroyed.



* CombatPragmatist: See below under Sword Fight.

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* CombatPragmatist: See below under Sword Fight.fights include sucker punching, groin kicking, blinding with cloaks or laundry, bashing with convenient chairs, and ''reversing the sword to beat the bad guy with the grip''.



* HatDamage: Happens to Porthos and leads to the InflationaryDialogue below.

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* HatDamage: Happens to Porthos and leads to the InflationaryDialogue below.in a fight.
25th Jul '16 7:58:05 AM PaulA
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* AudibleSharpness: The first film opens with it.



* AudibleSharpness: The first film opens with it.



* PowderTrail: One is used to destroy the Musketeers' ship in ''The Return of the Musketeers''.



* PowderTrail: One is used to destroy the Musketeers' ship in ''The Return of the Musketeers''.
* PullingTheRugOut: PlayedForLaughs. D'Artagnan confronts several guards inside the palace. He grabs the rug they're standing on and tries to pull it out from under them, but only succeeds in ripping off the edge of the rug.
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