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The Three Musketeers ()


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A young swordsman comes to Paris and faces villains, romance, adventure and intrigue with three Musketeer friends.

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  • Won 1 Golden Globe. Another 3 wins & 7 nominations.
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Athos
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Constance de Bonacieux
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Aramis
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D'Artagnan
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Porthos / O'Reilly
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Rochefort
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Queen Anna
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King Louis XIII (as Jean Pierre Cassel)
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M. Bonacieux
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Planchet
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Treville
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Duke of Buckingham
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Milady
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Cardinal Richelieu
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D'Artagnan's Father
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Kitty
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Felton
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Eugenie
Gitty Djamal ...
Beatrice
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Jussac (as Angel Del Pozo)
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Spy
Ben Aris ...
1st Musketeer
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Assassin
Gretchen Franklin ...
D'Artagnan's Mother
Francis De Wolff ...
Sea Captain
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King Louis XIII (uncredited) (voice)
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Treville (uncredited) (voice)
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Man in Small Carriage (uncredited)

Directed by

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Richard Lester

Written by

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George MacDonald Fraser ... (screenplay)
 
Alexandre Dumas ... (novel)

Produced by

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Ilya Salkind ... executive producer
Wolfdieter von Stein ... associate producer
Alexander Salkind ... producer (uncredited)
Ilya Salkind ... producer (uncredited)
Michael Salkind ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Michel Legrand

Cinematography by

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David Watkin ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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John Victor Smith

Editorial Department

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Peter Boyle ... assistant editor
Peter Holt ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Miriam Brickman ... (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Brian Eatwell

Art Direction by

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Leslie Dilley ... (as Les Dilley)
Fernando González ... (as Fernando Gonzalez)

Costume Design by

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Yvonne Blake

Makeup Department

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Cristóbal Criado ... makeup artist: Charlton Heston (as Cristobal Criado)
Susan Germaine ... hairdresser: Miss Faye Dunaway
Kaye Pownall ... hairdresser: Miss Raquel Welch
Charlene Roberson ... makeup artist: Miss Raquel Welch
Carmen Sánchez ... hairdresser (as Carmen Sanchez)
José Antonio Sánchez ... makeup artist (as Jose Antonio Sanchez) / wigs (as Jose Antonio Sanchez)
Ziggy Geike ... makeup artist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Francisco Bellot ... general production manager
Enrique Esteban ... production supervisor
Pierre Spengler ... executive in charge of production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Patricio Beltran Aparicio ... assistant director
Clive Reed ... first assistant director
Francisco Rodríguez ... assistant director (as Francisco Rodriguez)
Dusty Symonds ... assistant director
Alain Walker ... assistant director

Art Department

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Eddie Fowlie ... property
John Lanzer ... property buyer
Rafael Ablanque ... assistant art director (uncredited)
José María Alarcón ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Julián Martín ... scenic artist (uncredited)
Jacinto Soria ... plasterer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Tom Buchanan ... boom operator
Don Challis ... sound editor
Roy Charman ... sound mixer (as Roy J. Charman)
Gerry Humphreys ... dubbing mixer (as Jerry Humphreys)
Simon Kaye ... sound mixer
George Rice ... boom operator (as George B. Rice)
Don Sharpe ... sound editor

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Eddie Fowlie ... special effects
Pablo Pérez ... special effects supervisor (as Pablo Perez)
Fernando Pérez ... special effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Joaquín Parra ... stunt arranger (as Joaquin Parra)
Brandy ... stunt double: Michael York (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Ronald Anscombe ... camera assistant (as Ronnie Anscombe)
Antonio Colmenar ... head grip
Enrique de la Jara ... best boy (as Enrique De La Jara)
Alejandro Diges ... still photographer
Frank Elliott ... camera assistant
Peter Ewens ... camera operator
Francisco Gallardo ... gaffer
Federico G. Grau ... still photographer (as Federico Grau)
Luis Peña ... camera assistant (as Luis Pena)
Vincent Rossell ... still photographer
Paul Wilson ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Manuela Iglesias ... wardrobe assistant: Miss Raquel Welch
Ron Talsky ... costume designer: Miss Raquel Welch
Jean Zay ... costume supervisor
Haleen K. Holt ... costume illustrator (uncredited)
May Routh ... costume illustrator (uncredited)

Music Department

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Peter Watson ... music editor
Michel Legrand ... conductor (uncredited)
David Munrow ... advisor: period music (uncredited)

Other crew

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Christina Bracht ... production secretary
Antonio Del Toro ... production assistant
Quinn Donoghue ... unit publicist
Norman Enfield ... publicity assistant
Louis Diaz Gonzalez ... production assistant
Norma Gorcey ... production secretary
William Hobbs ... fight director
Jennie McClean ... production secretary
Juan Jose Molina ... production assistant
Maria Monreal ... producer's secretary
Jean-Philippe Mérand ... production coordinator (as Jean Philippe Merand)
John Ornstein ... production assistant
Armand Rubin ... world wide representation: Europex - Paris
Alexander Salkind ... presenter
Ann Skinner ... continuity
Mike Hoare ... sailing coordinator (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

The young D'Artagnan arrives in Paris with dreams of becoming a king's musketeer. He meets and quarrels with three men, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, each of whom challenges him to a duel. D'Artagnan finds out they are musketeers and is invited to join them in their efforts to oppose Cardinal Richelieu, who wishes to increase his already considerable power over the king. D'Artagnan must also juggle affairs with the charming Constance Bonancieux and the passionate Lady De Winter, a secret agent for the cardinal. Written by Eric Sorensen

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Also Known As
  • The Three Musketeers (The Queen's Diamonds) (United States)
  • The Three Musketeers: The Queen's Diamonds (United States)
  • Los tres mosqueteros: Los diamantes de la reina (Spain)
  • Los tres mosqueteros (Spain)
  • The Three Musketeers: The Queen's Diamonds (United Kingdom)
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  • 106 min
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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross $1,046,956

Did You Know?

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Trivia Oliver Reed was severely injured and almost died when he was stabbed in the throat during the windmill duel scene. See more »
Goofs When M. Bonancieux is using his periscope in the palace gardens, his view is shown as being upside-down. In fact a periscope does not invert the image. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge (1974). See more »
Quotes Cardinal Richelieu: Who is the man that accuses you?
Bonacieux: [Rochefort enters and Bonacieux points at him] That! That is the man!
Count Rochefort: Take him away.
Bonacieux: That is *not* the man!
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