Based on the novel The Three Musketeers by Dumas, Young Blades follows a group of youths as they cross swords with dastardly villians while keeping up on their studies at the Musketeer Academy.






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Series cast summary:
...  D'Artagnan 13 episodes, 2005
...  Siroc 13 episodes, 2005
...  Ramon Montalvo Francisco de la Cruz 13 episodes, 2005
...  King Louis XIV 13 episodes, 2005
...  Captain Martin Duval 13 episodes, 2005
...  Cardinal Mazarin 13 episodes, 2005
...  Jacqueline Roget / ... 13 episodes, 2005
...  Queen Anne 13 episodes, 2005
...  Captain Bernard / ... 9 episodes, 2005
Andrew McIlroy ...  Valet / ... 8 episodes, 2005


The young blades are French royal 'musketeer' guards (despite the name sword-fighters, not sharpshooters) of the generation after the legendary, now knighted Gascon hero D'Artagnan and his three mentors. They include his son, now known as D'Artagnan, and his companions in arms, stationed in the Bastille, under captain Duvall's command: Siroc the erudite inventor and Ramon, a romantic, poetically gifted Spaniard who deserted the Habsburg camp, France's arch-rival. They are joined by a late musketeer's daughter Jaqueline, who masquerades (only D'Artagnan junior knows) as her imaginary brother Jacques (the real one being no good at fighting and fled to America), looking for revenge and glory. Louis XIII's son Louis XIV, the future Sun king, is now on the French throne although a mere boy, ruled in name by his vain and useless mother, Queen-regent Ann, and in fact by cardinal Richelieu's hand-picked, Italian-born successor, cardinal Mazarin. In this series, the power-hungry prime minister... Written by KGF Vissers

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Release Date:

23 January 2005 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

M, mint muskétás  »

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1.33 : 1
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Jacqueline Roget: [Jacqueline is in disguise as a man.]
[D'Artagnan yawns.]
Jacqueline Roget: Is catching a palace spy so boring?
D'Artagnan: Waiting to catch one is. I know a game we can play to stay awake.
Jacqueline Roget: I know that game too. You're the *last* man on earth I'd play it with.
D'Artagnan: [smirks] You're the *only* man on earth I'd play it with.
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What a pleasant surprise
1 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

If you can get past the low budget and occasionally problematic production quality then this ain't bad, not bad at all. In fact the acting is really interesting, almost unusual especially from the younger players. The wit and modern relevance in it reminds me of things like Buffy the Vampire Slayer but there is only one brief occult element here. Dammit, this thing has a personality and charm all of its own ! It made me laugh ... the Musketeers poetry and I thought the performance given by the actor who plays the young King was particularly amusing. Maybe there's more of this out there somewhere ? Why so serious guys ?

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