The Musketeers (2014–2016)
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A Marriage of Inconvenience 

On her way to marry the crown prince of Sweden, princess Louise of Mantua, the king's cousin, is attacked by would-be kidnappers who are killed by the musketeers. The attackers were paid in... See full summary »

Director:

Edward Bennett

Writers:

Adrian Hodges (created by), Alexandre Dumas (based on the characters of) | 1 more credit »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Howard Charles ... Porthos
Santiago Cabrera ... Aramis
Ben Starr ... Francesco
Tom Burke ... Athos
Luke Pasqualino ... D'Artagnan
Perdita Weeks ... Louise
Hugo Speer ... Treville
Nicholas Blane ... Duc De Barville
Marc Warren ... Rochefort
Laurence Kennedy Laurence Kennedy ... Archbishop Jacqueme
Alexandra Dowling ... Queen Anne
Tamla Kari ... Constance
Ryan Gage ... King Louis
Charlotte Salt ... Marguerite
Bohdan Poraj Bohdan Poraj ... Bonacieux (as Bo Poraj)
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Storyline

On her way to marry the crown prince of Sweden, princess Louise of Mantua, the king's cousin, is attacked by would-be kidnappers who are killed by the musketeers. The attackers were paid in Spanish gold but Rochefort has had a hand in the operation. Louise is brought to Paris for her own safety but another attempt is made on her life and the musketeers link the weaponry used to Rochefort. Ultimately they are more concerned with the princess herself, who may not be what she seems, whilst Rochefort is suspicious of Aramis's relationship with the queen and Constance's husband is a casualty in a shoot out. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Adventure | Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

28 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Czech Republic

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

During a scene where the Musketeers are fighting in a Paris marketplace, a stall is displaying orange carrots for sale. In the 17th Century (when the Musketeers' story is set) orange carrots were a novelty. Before the 17th Century, carrots were white or purple. Orange carrots were first cultivated in the Netherlands and their colour was taken as symbolically supportive of the Protestant House of Orange. Though France was Catholic there may have been some sympathy with Netherlands Protestants as William of Orange had led rebellion in the Netherlands against its then-Spanish rulers (and the Spanish were, of course, France's enemies during this period). See more »

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