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Second part of "les quatre Charlots mousquetaires"
Although the two movies were probably filmed at the same time,this one is certainly weaker than the first episode (which was not much of a comic movie anyway) .There is a rather unexciting script,since the main "interest" lies in the fact that Dumas's musketeers were wash outs and their valets the real heroes and such a subject could not be sustained over two movies.The threesome King/Richelieu/Father Joseph does not make up here for the mediocrity of the Charlots 's acting (the latter is almost absent).Josephine Chaplin is a more credible Constance Bonacieux than Raquel Welsh in Richard Lester's highly superior version.But for the rest,as I cannot say something nice...
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