Young Blades (2005– )
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The Chameleon 

French ambassador Pierre Parisot, a personal youth friend and former musketeers mate of captain Duvall and husband of his former sweetheart Elise, brings the king rich imperial presents ... See full summary »

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Jacqueline Roget
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D'Artagnan
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Siroc
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Ramon Montalvo Francisco de la Cruz
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King Louis XIV (as Robert Michael Sheehan)
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Queen Anne
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Captain Martin Duval
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Cardinal Mazarin (credit only)
David McIlwraith ...
Pierre Parisot
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Elise Parisot
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Govinda (as Dherendra)
Andrew McIlroy ...
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French ambassador Pierre Parisot, a personal youth friend and former musketeers mate of captain Duvall and husband of his former sweetheart Elise, brings the king rich imperial presents from Grand Mughal Shah Jahan's India, where he made a fortune. After the precious cargo is robbed by masked men, Parisot is also identified in the palace as thief thanks to a security camera invented by Siroc. However after Pierre's arrest his hands aren't marked with indelible ink, yet Louis has him thrown in the Bastille on Duvall's undoubted word. Duvall discards Elise's plea to help her prove it must be the work of an impostor, until D'Artagnan bumps into a perfect Jaques-lookalike except for his voice, which convinces the captain it must be a master of changing light, a perfect disguise art known in India. The master is Govinda, on a quest for retribution on the plunderer of Indian temple treasures, especially a book which reached the king, and acts again, while Duval saves Parisot by making a ... Written by KGF Vissers

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