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4th Sep '17 10:16:50 PM Racso
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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: The first sign the Duke of Buckingham is a good guy is that he treats D'Artagnan's attempt to pick a fight with him as an innocent mistake... at least after D'Artagnan apologizes.
31st Aug '17 3:45:00 AM ClintEastwood
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* WrittenInAbsence: Creator/RichardChamberlain quit ''The Return of the Musketeers'' because he was angry at the producers lack of reaction over the death of Roy Kinnear. This is why Chamberlain's role is so brief in the final film.
3rd Aug '17 3:09:53 PM sagar
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* PreAsskickingOneLiner: Rochefort snarls one on spotting D'Artagnan prior to their final duel:
--> "Be advised, Gascon. ''Turn and run!''"
16th Jul '17 3:31:26 PM ClintEastwood
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* TruerToTheText: The first two movies, despite some combining, cutting and killing off of characters and a generous dose of slapstick, is extremely close to the source material than most other versions. The third is, as stated, a loose adaptation. That said, they do turn Rochefort into TheDragon in order to have a dramtic final sword fight since Milady, the real villain of the book, is a woman who's more of a schemer and manipulator.

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* TruerToTheText: The first two movies, despite some combining, cutting and killing off of characters and a generous dose of slapstick, is extremely close to the source material than most other versions. The third is, as stated, a loose adaptation. That said, they do turn Rochefort into TheDragon in order to have a dramtic dramatic final sword fight since Milady, the real villain of the book, is a woman who's more of a schemer and manipulator.
16th Jul '17 3:28:19 PM ClintEastwood
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* TruerToTheText: The first two movies, despite some combining, cutting and killing off of characters and a generous dose of slapstick, is extremely close to the source material than most other versions. The third is, as stated, a loose adaptation.

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* TruerToTheText: The first two movies, despite some combining, cutting and killing off of characters and a generous dose of slapstick, is extremely close to the source material than most other versions. The third is, as stated, a loose adaptation. That said, they do turn Rochefort into TheDragon in order to have a dramtic final sword fight since Milady, the real villain of the book, is a woman who's more of a schemer and manipulator.
16th Jul '17 3:28:19 PM ClintEastwood
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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.
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