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The Three Musketeers (2005)

De tre musketerer (original title)
Alexander Dumas' classic swashbuckling novel comes to life in this delightful interpretation told through the art of puppetry.


Janis Cimermanis


Alexandre Dumas (novel) (as Alexandre Dumas père), Maris Putnins
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Credited cast:
Nastja Arcel Nastja Arcel ... The Queen (voice)
Lars Bom Lars Bom ... Athos (voice)
Lene Maria Christensen ... Fru Bonacieux (voice)
Peter Gantzler ... Atamis (voice)
Lars Hjortshøj Lars Hjortshøj ... Porthos (voice)
Tommy Kenter Tommy Kenter ... Rochefort (voice)
Nicolaj Kopernikus ... D'Artagnan (voice)
Peter Mygind ... Buckingham (voice)
Kjeld Nørgaard Kjeld Nørgaard ... The King (voice)
Jens Okking ... Mr Bonacieux (voice)
Niels Olsen Niels Olsen ... Richelieu (voice)
Maria Stokholm Maria Stokholm ... Milady (voice)


Alexander Dumas' classic swashbuckling novel comes to life in this delightful interpretation told through the art of puppetry.

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Denmark | Latvia



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7 July 2006 (Denmark) See more »

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Kids movie - and not a good one
9 June 2007 | by jerdwyerSee all my reviews

Stop motion puppetry is known to most people (in the US at least) from the TV Christmas specials about Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. This film doesn't add much to the field. Stop motion puppetry is poorly suited to action sequences of sword fighting, the dialogue is average and I found some of the voices annoying, and the plot has been stripped down to the bare essentials, which leaves adult viewers wondering about the motivation of all of the characters.

Lest you get them confused, stop motion puppetry does not mean the expressive claymation of Wallace and Grommit. The only facial motion these puppets are capable of is moving their mouths up and down.

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