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Three and a Half Musketeers (1957)

Los tres mosqueteros y medio (original title)
An intelligent dog helps the Three Musketeers.


(novel) (as Alejandro Dumas), (adaptation) | 1 more credit »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Germán Valdés ...
D'Artagnan (as Tin Tan)
Rosita Arenas ...
Martha Valdés ...
Lady Winter (as Marta Valdes)
Óscar Pulido ...
Pompín Iglesias ...
Agustín Isunza ...
Marcelo Chávez ...
Porthos (as Marcelo)
Wolf Ruvinskis ...
Rafael Banquells ...
Ramón Valdés ...
Nacho Contla ...
(as Ignacio Contla)
Leticia Julián
Armando Arriola ...
Rafael Estrada


An intelligent dog helps the Three Musketeers.

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parody | based on novel | See All (2) »


Comedy | Fantasy





Release Date:

30 October 1957 (Mexico)  »

Also Known As:

Three and One Half Musketeers  »

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Spoofs The Three Musketeers (1935) See more »


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Music by Marguerite Monnot and Enrique Santos Discépolo
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Very Funny
8 March 2001 | by (Salida,Ca Usa) – See all my reviews

This movie was released to the United States as the Three and a half Musketeers.I first saw this 12 years ago on the Nostalgia Channel.It hasn't been released on video yet.This is a spoof of The Three Musketeers.It follows the first half of the Alexandre Dumas novel with D'Artagnan's first encounters with the Three Musketeers and saving the Queen's honor from Cardinal Richelieu and his agents Rochefort and Milady de Winter.In this version D'Artagnan is also a master of disguise.He disguises himself as Constance and Cardinal Richelieu in different scenes and not very good but good enough to fool the Cardinal's agents.If you liked the Ritz Brothers version or the 1942 Cantinflas version.You will like this one.Constance is played by Rosa Arenas(also known as Rosita Arenas) veteran actress of Mexican horror films and Milady de Winter is played by Martha Valdes an attractive auburn haired Janet Leigh look-a-like.The actor playing Rochefort does a great job.A sinister looking individual with a patch over his eye and a long scar on the cheek.I can see where he was model for the Rochefort character in other remakes.The sets and costumes resemble the Gene Kelly 1948 version.The Mexican film locations were beautiful reminds one of Normandy,France.This was my favorite of the comical versions of Three Musketeers.I have alot of older Hispanic friends who really enjoyed this version being they grew up with the comedy of Tin Tan and Cantinflas.A must see for those loving spoofs of the classics.

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