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Ring of the Musketeers (1992)

Modern-day "Musketeers" attempt to live the lives of protectors of the inocent. While the biking trio rescue kindnapped children, guard witnesses, and chase Mafia types, they also seek the ... See full summary »

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John Smith D'Artagnan
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Burt Aramis
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Ann-Marie Athos
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Harry
Russ Armstrong ...
Skeptical Kid (as Russell Armstrong)
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Turner
Frances Buchsbaum ...
Lady in Crowd / John Smith Concert Fan (as Francis Buchsbaum)
Richard E. Butler ...
1st Gunman (as Dick Butler)
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Donut Shop Patron
Erik Cord ...
Gunman #2 (as Eric Cord)
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Officer Rigs
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Lisa
Brian Hayes Currie ...
Air Controller #2
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Modern-day "Musketeers" attempt to live the lives of protectors of the inocent. While the biking trio rescue kindnapped children, guard witnesses, and chase Mafia types, they also seek the missing fourth Musketeer, who wears the famous Musketeers' ring. Written by Rob Hartill

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1 December 1992 (Germany)  »

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Der Ring der Musketiere  »

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You're the Answer
Written by Mitchell Adrian and David Michael
Performed by Seven Red Seven
Administrated by Al Franklin
Published by Atherton Rd (BMI), After the Fall (BMI)
©1992 Speed Records
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Nice moustache, David.
19 October 2000 | by (Reykjavik, Iceland) – See all my reviews

Well, I definitely would NOT recommend this film to anyone who doesn't think bad movies are funny and/or someone who let's David Hasselhoff get on his nerves. If you however DO like bad movies then this is right up your, err, alley. This movie has it all...You even get to see Hasselhoff do a little musical number (I hear he's pretty popular in Germany). The rest of the cast is (also) so incredibly lame and corny, that by the time it ended, I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. If you wanna waste 90 minutes of your life, go ahead. See it.


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