The Three Musketeers

Synopsis: The young D'Artagnan arrives in Paris with dreams of becoming a king's musketeer. He meets and quarrels with three men, Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, each of whom challenges him to a duel. D'Artagnan finds out they are musketeers and is invited to join them in their efforts to oppose Cardinal Richelieu, who wishes to increase his already considerable power over the king. D'Artagnan must also juggle affairs with the charming Constance Bonancieux and the passionate Lady De Winter, a secret agent for the cardinal.
Genre: Action, Adventure
Director(s): Richard Lester
Production: Live Home Video
  Won 1 Golden Globe. Another 3 wins & 7 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
106 min


Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas


Tap into your sword only

when no other option you have left.

It has helped me a lot,

as you can see. - Yes, Father.

Want to take a seat, sir?

- No, I have no time.

You have to leave.

Since I revealed my secrets.

We also give the 15 crowns.

And this.

Your grandfather used this sword to

fight against the Moors in Lepanto.

I also used it.

At the time of King Henry.

Now it's yours.

With it will go to see Mr. Treville,

the head of the King's Musketeers.

Surely you remember her.

And me too.

My son, you will be Musketeer.

You are young and brave,

're Gascon and D'Artagnan.

Fight whenever you can.

Never let them insult you,

unless concerned del Rey

or of Cardinal Richelieu.

Beware of the cardinal,

because it has more power than the King.

But you are

a man of the King and Queen.


Now go and say goodbye to your mother.

Slather the balm

whenever you have a scratch.

And while the coat dries

and shoes. - Yes, Mom.


- Bye, Dad.

Do not sell the horse!

Left to die of old age.

And fight, remember!

Take care.

Come on!

It is about a piece of butter.

Or maybe it's cheese with legs.

Tell me, sir, do you laugh,

to laugh together. If you talk to me.

If you were a gentleman,

would speak. He did not speak with you.

But I'm talking about, sir!

Turn to me, if a man!

Let's see if he laughs!

It is a Gascon.

- Do we get rid of it? - No.

Sentadlo in his ridiculous horse

and let him go.

No time to talk, ma'am.

The Cardinal is sent to England.

Let us know when to leave the Duke.

So what?

- Wait for orders.

Do you? When will I see?


I must punish you, sir.

My apologies, ma'am.

But I have to kill his friend.

Are not you afraid?

Get out now, idiot.

You will know me.

It is very handsome.

Claude, pays the bill.

You ...

Where is Mr. Treville?

- Top. - Thank you.

I like the buckles.

I am a man who spends money

night in fine shirts.

Or the money to his mistress.

Oh, no, my own money. I paid

more than twelve gold doubloons.

My belt is gold.

It is amazing

the amount of gold in France.

I can open a little cape?

- No, no, sir. I'm cold.

Discretion is part of the vanity.

I do not understand.

I heard that about the value,

but well dressed

I find it hard to be discreet.

A thrust clean! A memory

Cardinal's Guard, Mr. Athos.

- Lying. It is a grain.

Is evident. - To you I do not care.

Treatment is always the same.

Mr. Treville will see you now.

Thank you.

Her father says that you take

his ancient sword, Mr. D'Artagnan.


Oh ... it give another,

while yours grows a little.

I'm not asking for alms.

Then nobody will be given.

It is not alms, but courtesy

the son of an old friend.

So that

keep your enemies at bay.

Thank you, sir.

Thank you.

This is all I can offer.

You will see ...

no one can be Musketeer

to not participate in any

campaign, or shone in the fight.

What I can do is write

a letter to Mr. De La Salle,

commander of the guard ...

Coward, spit on you!


It goes with you, sir.

But with that individual one-eyed!

I told him stop!

Sorry, but I have a hurry.

- Clearly in a hurry, young man.

Do you think an apology enough?

You need to learn good manners.

I said "excuse me."

No need to learn good manners.

The learn anyway.


In the convent

of the Carmelites, at noon.

Wrapped in gold. - Stop!

- Go you with her eyes closed.

I beg your pardon, sir.

- I demand an apology.


- Plaza Luxembourg one.

Oh, look ... the statue!

Excuse me, gentlemen.

You dropped this.

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George MacDonald Fraser

George MacDonald Fraser OBE FRSL (2 April 1925 – 2 January 2008) was a Scottish author who wrote historical novels, non-fiction books and several screenplays. He is best known for a series of works that featured the character Flashman. more…

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