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THEIR FAMOUS CRY RINGS THROUGH TYRANNY-RIDDEN FRANCE...ONE FOR ALL and ALL FOR ONE! (Original poster) See more »

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24 November 1950 (USA)  »

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This was actually produced in 1950 as part of MAGNAVOX THEATER as THE THREE MUSKETEERS. This has the unique distinction of being the first hour-long film made specifically for television. Produced at the (by then floundering) Hal Roach Studios by CBS. See more »

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4 March 2001 | by See all my reviews

This was the first televised version of the novel.It was released to tv first in 1950 and released theatrically as Sword of D'Artagnan.Robert Clarke does a fine job as D'Artagnan he physically resembles the character described by Dumas in his novel.John Sutton brings nobility to the character of Athos.Mel Archer and Keith Richards do well as Porthos and Aramis.Kristine Miller is perfect as Milady de Winter.Paul Cavanaugh excellent as the crafty Cardinal Richelieu.Lyn Thomas and Marjorie Lords turn in good performances as Constance and the Queen.If you liked the Gene Kelly 1948 version,the Don Ameche 1939 and the Walter Abel 1935 you will enjoy this one.


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