Musketeers of the Sea (1962)
"I moschettieri del mare" (original title)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Consuelo / Gracia
Channing Pollock ...
Pierre de Savigny
Philippe Clay ...
Robert Alda ...
Vice Governatore Gomez
Raymond Bussières ...
Colonnello Ortona
Carlo Ninchi ...
Conte di Lorna
Mario Scaccia ...
Re di Francia
Carla Calò ...
Mario Siletti ...
Il Tesoriere
Cesare Fantoni ...
Padre Milita
Gino Buzzanca ...
Capo Ciurma Gutierrez
Pietro Tordi ...
Il Nostromo
Furio Meniconi ...
Pirate Captain
Lamberto Antinori


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Release Date:

28 November 1962 (Italy)  »

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Musketeers of the Sea  »

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2.35 : 1
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Italian censorship visa # 36830 delivered on 19-2-1962. See more »

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Musketeers Of The Sea (Steno, 1960) **1/2
28 March 2007 | by (Naxxar, Malta) – See all my reviews

This is an overlong and fairly routine, but surprisingly enjoyable, tongue-in-cheek swashbuckler. I was interested in the film, firstly, due to an intriguing still from it found in an old British periodical of my father's called "The Movie" – but also because of its eccentric cast.

Pier Angeli appears in the dual role of a novice and her twin (kidnapped as a child and brought up as a buccaneer!), Channing Pollock – the magician whose greatest claim to cinematic fame was to be the title role in Georges Franju's splendid 1963 version of JUDEX – is the dashing musketeer hero (banished by the French king for daring to woo his personal concubine!), Aldo Ray – fitted with an unbecoming wig – is an unlikely presence in this type of film and relegated besides to provider of the rather excessive comedy relief (as one half of a pair of lovable scoundrels), while Robert Alda contributes some effective sleek villainy (assisted by a bumbling Raymond Bussieres).

The colorful scenery is further enlivened by numerous intrigues and action sequences, all set to a Carlo Rustichelli score…but the film, ultimately, emerges as nothing particularly special.

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