Set against the troubled period of the Wars of Religion in France, at a time when the three Henries (Henri III, Henri de Guise and Henri de Béarn) vied for the the throne, these new ... See full summary »

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Set against the troubled period of the Wars of Religion in France, at a time when the three Henries (Henri III, Henri de Guise and Henri de Béarn) vied for the the throne, these new adventures of Pardaillan have the gallant musketeer defend the rightful king Henri III.Jean gives his full to thwart the Duke of Guise's attempts to have the king assassinated. A heartthrob more than ever, Pardaillan will awake serious interest in many a girl, at times becoming their prey like with Bianca Farnese, De Guise's agent... Written by Guy Bellinger

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29 February 1964 (Italy)  »

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20 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

"Hardi Pardaillan" and "Le chevalier de Pardaillan both feature Michel Zevaco's hero.But it is not really the follow-up since most of the characters of the first film are not present here,including Pardaillan's worst enemy Fausta.But Fausta is present,in a way ,for Bianca might represent her ,perhaps because Gianna Maria Canale was not available (or did not want to reprise her 1961 role)

On the other hand,there's Valérie Lagrange ,who would team up with Gérard Barray again ("Week end for Elena")and became a French rock star in the eighties after singing easy-listening in the sixties when she was still making movies.

The story blends historical events (the assassination of the Duc de Guise) and fictional adventures.This is moderately entertaining stuff. You can see this second movie before the first one,because there's no real connection between them.


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