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Sex & Nudity

A man tries to spy on his neice while she is taking a bath. D'artagnon stops him, but falls through the ceiling.

The man tries to take advangtage of his niece. She produces a dagger from under her skirts and threatens to castrate him.

In another scene, Francesca rouses D'artagnon from his bed. he is naked. Nothing is shown but she gasps and makes some comment about him showing off.

Francesca and D'artagnon kiss on the river bank. the next scene has him swimming in the river with nothing but a pair of white breeches. Francesca begins to unlace her top, but stops when Fabre and his men show up.

mild references to wenching.

mild cleavage throughout.

Violence & Gore

A young D'Artagnan's parents are brutally killed in front of him. People are stabbed, shot. An envoy and his cortege are massacred. Febre threatens a little girl. Febre is killed by D'Artagnan with a sword stab through the chest. Blood drips out onto the floor.

Profanity

A little bit of mild profane words.

Lots of alchohol in the tavern scenes.

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Rated PG-13 for intense action violence and some sexual material

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