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The Glorious Musketeers (1974)

Les trois mousquetaires (original title)
D'Artagnan and his musketeer comrades must thwart the plans of Cardinal Richelieu to usurp King Louis XIII's power.

Directors:

John Halas, Franco Cristofani (co-director)

Writers:

Howard Clewes (script and dialogue), Paolo Di Girolamo (adaptation) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Francis Perrin Francis Perrin ... d'Artagnan (voice)
Michel Duchaussoy ... Aramis (voice)
Claude Bertrand Claude Bertrand ... Porthos (voice)
Michel Elias Michel Elias ... Athos et la Chouette (voice)
Philippe Clay ... Richelieu (voice)
Fred Pasquali Fred Pasquali ... Louis XIII (voice) (as Pasquali)
Anna Gaylor Anna Gaylor ... Constance (voice)
Perrette Pradier ... Milady (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Adrienne Corri ... Milady (voice)
André Valmy André Valmy ... Rochefort (voice)
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D'Artagnan and his musketeer comrades must thwart the plans of Cardinal Richelieu to usurp King Louis XIII's power.

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Connections

Version of The Sex Adventures of the Three Musketeers (1971) See more »

Soundtracks

Pour vivre en liberté
Written by Michel Polnareff & Pierre Grosz
Performed by Michel Polnareff
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Very Good Children's Musical Version
3 March 2011 | by msinabottleSee all my reviews

This is the one a lot of we X-ers saw in elementary school, with some good humor and songs that STILL linger in the memory. The film begins with a slow sequence to the tune of 'Wake Up! It's a Lovely Day!/It's the perfect day/To take your breath away!' You meet each of the three musketeers, then D'artagnan, and the owl whose presence on the cover of this DVD confirms that this is the film that's bedeviled my memory for years.

There are other songs at key moments--I also remember, 'Freedom and Liberty,' at least it does show the final fighting of the English and French at Le Rochelle, and a VERY sinister animated villain version of Cardinal Richelieu. Milady DeWinter is... chilling. I later went on to read the book, and I still have fond memories of the Michael York live action--but I can STILL hum the songs from this one. That's quite something!


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Language:

English

Release Date:

15 August 1974 (West Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

The Three Musketeers See more »

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