The Three Musketeers

Synopsis: The hectic adventures of D'Artagnan, a young provincial noble who just comes to Paris to enter the musketeers. He will meet action, love, hate, the king and the queen as his impetuousness gets him involved in political plots... and of course virile and indestructible friendship with the three musketeers Athos, Porthos and Aramis.
Director(s): George Sidney
Production: WARNER BROTHERS PICTURES
 
IMDB:
7.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
71%
NOT RATED
Year:
1948
125 min
140 Views


I'll rapture my cape and...

My cape

A thousand crowns!

How do I get out of here?

By the end of my foot.

I endure no such insult|from any man.

Rapture and endure my sword in your belly|at the Louvre.

Name the hour.

One.|One.

Well.

What?

You embarrass me.

Aramis, don't tell me|there is no Lady in your life?

My life is dedicated to things|of the spirit,

not of the flesh.

My habit may be that|of a musketeer,

my habits are not.

You sir!

Who, me?

Yes, you!

Wait!

I was addressing you sir.

What is your hurry?

No, hurry at all sir. Oh, that's better.

Come on, that's enough.

Now tell me.

Do I look like a man who|spends his time with the ladies.

Well, if you don't sir,

then Paris must sigh|with the Ladies sighs.

That's not what I asked.

These gentlemen insist that|I waste my time with the Ladies.

I cannot conceive, sir.

That in the company of a Lady,

you would waste a single moment.

Man...

Take your heel,|before I take your throat.

Monsieur Aramis, your language.

Would you care to|object to my language

behind the Louvre at one o'clock?

Yes sir.

Couldn't we make it at two?

Well, you are in good time.

Where are your seconds?

Oh, I have no seconds|monsieur Athos.

I only arrived in Paris|last night.

What a pity.

To arrive in Paris on one day

and to be killed on the next.

Oh, there is no hurry,|my second hasn't arrived yet.

With all respect sir.

Would it be proper|if we didn't wait?

You see, I have|a similar appointment in an hour.

That is, if I survive this one.

No, just as you say.

But don't worry about it,|you won't survive.

You know, you're quite a fellow.

Your first day in Paris|and two duels.

Three.

I have another one an hour later.

Oh no.

Are these your seconds?

Athos,|this is not the man you fight?

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Robert Ardrey

Robert Ardrey (October 16, 1908 – January 14, 1980) was an American playwright, screenwriter and science writer perhaps best known for The Territorial Imperative (1966). After a Broadway and Hollywood career, he returned to his academic training in anthropology and the behavioral sciences in the 1950s.As a playwright and screenwriter Ardrey received many accolades. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1937, won the inaugural Sidney Howard Memorial Award in 1940, and in 1966 received an Academy Award nomination for best screenplay for his script for Khartoum. His most famous play, Thunder Rock, is widely considered an international classic.Ardrey's scientific work played a major role in overturning long-standing assumptions in the social sciences. In particular, both African Genesis (1961) and The Territorial Imperative (1966), two of his most widely read works, were instrumental in changing scientific doctrine and increasing public awareness of evolutionary science. His work was so popular that many prominent scientists cite it as inspiring them to enter their fields. more…

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