Barbie and the Three Musketeers

Synopsis: Barbie stars as Corinne, a country girl who dreams of being a Musketeer, protectors of the French royal family, just like her father, D'Artagnan. Now seventeen, Corinne asks her mother to let her go to Paris to become one.
Genre: Animation

I know it's crazy

But I am not afraid

A country girl

in a different world

Trying to find my own way

I know that I can be

Whatever I can dream

All for one

It's true

I'll show you what I can do

Pure heart

Clear mind

Fighting for what's right

every time

I'm strong now

And that's how

I know it won't be long now

All for one

One for all

All for one

One for all

All for one

One for all

En garde,

Monsieur Scarecrow!

You cannot defeat me!

For I am a musketeer!


Dinner and a show.

Corinne's getting

better every day!

Soon we'll be




More like mus-catastrophe!

Well, Miette, I must say,

you do have flair.

Thanks, Alexander!

Tell me again what it was

like to be a mus-cat-eer horse?

Did you live at the castle?

Did you ever save the prince?

Ah! That was

a long time ago.

You need a bit more height if

you want to stick that landing.

I'll get it next time!

You're determined,

just like your father.

And I'm going to be a

musketeer like him, too.

Being a musketeer

is a serious job.

And it can be

very dangerous.

I've been waiting

my whole life for this.

I'm 17 now,

and we agreed that when I

turned 17, I could go to Paris

to be a musketeer.

To be a musketeer.

I know.

Then I suppose

you'll need this.

It's a letter

to Monsieur Treville.

The captain

of the musketeers?

He was a friend

of your father's.

I've asked him

to look out for you.

And here are 15 crowns.

I wish it could be more.

But, Mother,

you need the money.

You'll need

it in Paris.

And I want you to take

Alexander. He knows the way.

Oh, thank you!

Let's eat, and then

off to bed with you.

You've got

a big day tomorrow.

I think

that's everything.

Goodbye, Mother.


You can let me go now.

Do I have to?

You must be brave.

Remember what your

father taught you.

"True courage is... "

"Is pursuing your dream even when

everyone else says it's impossible. "

I'll make you

proud, Mother!

You always do.

Wait for me!

Come, Miette.

We're going to Paris!

Take a look around

Take a walk downtown

Wondering if what you have

been telling me is true

That I've been living large

Should accept

that it's too hard

Forget about your dreams, girl

No, you wait a minute

'Cause I've opened my eyes

I'm making my way, you see

Doing after disbelief

Jumping in

and giving it everything

There's nothing left to prove

To anybody else but me

So go right ahead

and call me crazy

'Cause I'm making my way

You bet I am

Making my way

Does it freak you out?

I am fierce and proud

Doing it with style, baby

Who's the fool now?

I finally sifted through

useless attitudes

Ain't nobody

pushing me around now

I know who I am

I'm making my way, you see

Doing after disbelief

Jumping in

and giving it everything


There's nothing left to prove

To anybody else but me

So go right ahead

and call me crazy...

Faster, Alexander! Faster!

It's just as I remember.

I'm making my way

This life is a maze...

Today is the day

I take Paris!

This life is mine

It's mine

Excuse me.

Can you watch

over my horse?

I suppose there's room for one more.

I'm Serge.

I work at the castle.

Pleased to meet you, Serge.

I'm Corinne, from Gascony.

It will just be for a

couple of days. Thanks!

I'm gonna be a musketeer!

She's gonna be a musketeer?

Good luck with that!

Don't worry, Alexander.

I'll visit

as soon as I can!

I'll be fine.

You look after

our girl Corinne.

I will!

Whoops! Pardon me.

Coming through!

You'll have to do

much better than that!

I'm just getting started!

Au contraire,

I believe you are finished!

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Amy Wolfram

Amy Wolfram is a writer of comics and television. She has scripted episodes of the animated series Teen Titans, Legion of Super-Heroes and Te more…

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