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The Three Musketeers 

Naive but avid for adventure, young D'Artagnan travels from Gascony to Paris in 1625 to become a Musketeer like his father. He is at once plunged into intrigue.
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Jeremy Brett ...  D'Artagnan 10 episodes, 1966-1967
Brian Blessed ...  Porthos 10 episodes, 1966-1967
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Naive but avid for adventure, young D'Artagnan travels from Gascony to Paris in 1625 to become a Musketeer like his father. He is at once plunged into intrigue.

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13 November 1966 (UK) See more »

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Los tres mosqueteros See more »

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(10 episodes)

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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For Musketeers Completists
9 September 2006 | by JHC3See all my reviews

This 1966 BBC production is a fairly conventional adaptation of the classic Alexandre Dumas story. Content-wise, it is comparable to the better-known 1948 and 1973 versions. Whereas those films have comedic elements, this one lacks any significant humor.

On its own merits, it appears to have enjoyed a respectable budget and fairly good production values. The casting of Brian Blessed as Porthos is particularly welcome. However, the performances are stiff, the fights and swordplay uninspired and unrealistic, the music and cinematography mediocre to poor. Portions of the portrayal of D'Artagnan are grating, particularly in Episode One. There is an over-reliance on dialogue, giving the film the tone of a plodding soap opera rather than a rousing adventure. When compared to the 1948 and 1973 adaptations, its weaknesses become particularly glaring. Nevertheless, dedicated fans of the Musketeers genre should probably give it a chance.


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