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31 January 1966 (France) See more »
In the third of the Angélique series, the heroine is sent on a mission by King Louis XIV, and later finds herself the subject of rumors. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Michèle Mercier ... Angélique de Plessis-Bellière
Robert Hossein ... Jeoffrey de Peyrac

Jean Rochefort ... Desgrez
Jacques Toja ... Louis XIV
Sami Frey ... Bachtiary Bey
Estella Blain ... De Montespan
Fred Williams ... Ràkóczi
Pasquale Martino ... Savary
Jean Parédès ... Saint-Amon
René Lefèvre ... Colbert (as René Lefebvre)
Michel Galabru ... Bontemps
Philippe Lemaire ... de Vardes
Ann Smyrner ... Thérèse
Carol Le Besque ... La Desoeillet
Michel Thomass ... M. de Bonchef
Robert Favart ... Le chirurgien)
Roberto ... Barcarolle (as Le Nain Roberto)
Claude Giraud ... Philippe de Plessis-Bellières
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Claire Athana ... La reine (uncredited)
Joëlle Bernard ... La Voisin (uncredited)
Valérie Boisgel ... (uncredited)
Jean Degrave ... Le domestique d'Angèle (uncredited)
Jean Gold ... Un courtisan (uncredited)
Jacques Hilling ... Molinès (uncredited)
Patrice Huet ... Petit rôle (uncredited)
Dany Jacquet ... Une dame de la cour (uncredited)
Viviane Landford ... Petit rôle (uncredited)
Jean Lefebvre ... L'apothicaire (uncredited)
Dominique Zardi ... Un participant à la messe noire (uncredited)

Directed by
Bernard Borderie 
Writing credits
Anne Golon (novel) &
Serge Golon (novel)

Alain Decaux (adaptation) and
Bernard Borderie (adaptation) and
Francis Cosne (adaptation)

Pascal Jardin (dialogue)

Produced by
Francis Cosne .... producer
Raymond Borderie .... producer (uncredited)
Original Music by
Michel Magne 
Cinematography by
Henri Persin 
Film Editing by
Christian Gaudin 
Art Direction by
Robert Giordani 
Costume Design by
Rosine Delamare 
Makeup Department
Huguette LaLaurette .... hair stylist
Maguy Vernadet .... key makeup artist
Production Management
Georges Demas .... unit manager
Henri Jaquillard .... production manager
Paul Lemaire .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tony Aboyantz .... assistant director
Paul Nuytens .... assistant director
Art Department
Roger Joint .... set dresser
Jean Mandaroux .... assistant art director
Louis Seuret .... set dresser
Italo Tomassi .... scenic artist (uncredited)
Sound Department
Jean Nény .... sound mixer
René Sarazin .... sound engineer
Camera and Electrical Department
Gilles Bonneau .... camera operator
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Marie Gromtseff .... seamstress
Ferdinand Junker .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Isabel García de Herreros .... assistant editor
Other crew
Lily Hargous .... script supervisor
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Angélique et le roy" - France (original title)
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Germany:100 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Italian censorship visa # 44732 delivered on 22-2-1965.See more »
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Once again, this film goes to prove that it's lethal to love this woman!, 17 May 2009
Author: planktonrules from Bradenton, Florida

Angélique is apparently one dangerous woman to love. So far, in the previous films, she had sex with three men and they soon died. Now, at the prologue to this third film, you see her brand new husband who she wed at the end of the second film...and of course, he dies! I felt like yelling out to each man she slept with in this film to run! While she herself never killed anyone, the results are still hard to discount--two lovers and two husbands dead.

Soon after this latest death, the King himself (Louis XIV) meets with our heroine and begs her to help convince the Persian Ambassador to agree to a treaty. However, what they didn't realize was that the handsome Persian was in fact a sexual sadist. So, it is up to the King's half- brother, some Hungarian prince, to save Angélique from the evil troll's clutches. Later, the Prince returns to get a thank you bit of nookie and I automatically assumed he'd soon be dead.

Later, she is summoned to Louis' court and it appears she's about to become his mistress. However, when she learns that her first husband might not be dead, she leaves in search of him--a good idea since someone is trying to poison her at Versailles. Unfortunately, whoever dislikes her isn't just trying to get her away from the King, as they soon make another attempt to poison her in her own palace (this, by the way, is a particularly cool scene). Does it ever end for poor Angélique?! Just before she can go off in search of her missing husband, Angélique accidentally stumbles into a Satanic cult at Versailles!! And it's not the nice Satanic cults that give out donuts and candy on pagan holidays, but the baby sacrificing kind! Will our dear heroine survive? Will she get back her scarred but sexy Marquis? Will men stop dying once they have sex with her? Tune in to find out for yourself.

Overall, this film is a good bit better than the second sequel. The second had even more plot elements and twists than this one--too many for one film. Here, though there seems to be everything but the kitchen sink thrown in, at least it's easier to follow and more satisfying.

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