Revenge of the Musketeers

Overview

A brave and resourceful young woman keeps the spirit of the Three Musketeers alive in this historical adventure. Eloise Sophie Marceau is the daughter of the famed swordsman D'Artagnan Philippe Noiret; while she has a remarkable gift with a blade herself, Eloise is devoting herself to her studies at a convent. However, when a slave escapes from the estate of the evil Duke of Crassac Claude Rich and seeks refuge in the convent, the Mother Superior Pascale Roberts is murdered in retaliation by the Duke's soldiers. ...
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Overview

A brave and resourceful young woman keeps the spirit of the Three Musketeers alive in this historical adventure. Eloise Sophie Marceau is the daughter of the famed swordsman D'Artagnan Philippe Noiret; while she has a remarkable gift with a blade herself, Eloise is devoting herself to her studies at a convent. However, when a slave escapes from the estate of the evil Duke of Crassac Claude Rich and seeks refuge in the convent, the Mother Superior Pascale Roberts is murdered in retaliation by the Duke's soldiers. In the midst of the attack, Eloise learns that the Duke and his men have even more dastardly plans in store; the murder of the Mother Superior is part on an ongoing scheme to throw the nation into disarray, making it easier for the Duke to overthrow the King and seize power. Joined by Quentin Nils Tavernier, a poet, Eloise sets out to call her father and his old compatriots to action to stop the Duke; however, D'Artagan, who now lives a quiet life teaching fencing, isn't so sure he wants to wage a battle against the insurgent forces, no matter how awful they may be. La Fille de d'Artagnan The Daughter of d'Artagnan was released in the United States as Revenge of the Musketeers; leading lady Sophie Marceau does her own fencing on screen.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/24/2014
  • UPC: 622406140298
  • Original Release: 1994
  • Source: Imports
  • Presentation: Canadian Import
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 18,119

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sophie Marceau Eloise
Philippe Noiret D'Artagnan
Claude Rich Duke of Crassac
Sami Frey Aramis
Jean-Luc Bideau Athos
Raoul Billerey Porthos
Nils Tavernier Quentin
Charlotte Kady Lady in Red
Jean-Paul Roussillon Planchet
Luigi Proietti Mazarin
Pascale Roberts Mother Superior
Emmanuelle Bataille Sister Felicite
Christine Pignet Sister Celine
Fabienne Chaudat Sister Fredegonde
Jean-Claude Calon Slave Trader
Stephane Legros Louis XIV
Daniel Breton Recruiting Sergeant
Canto Castro Principal Singing Monk
Filipe Ferrer Conti
Jean-Claude Frissung Doctor
Yves Gabrielli Man of the Right
Joao Lagarto Jules
Mario Luraschi Henchman
Lionel Vitrant Dying Man
Technical Credits
Bertrand Tavernier Director
Patrick Blossier Cinematographer
Ariane Boeglin Editor
Frederic Bourboulon Executive Producer
Michel Desrois Sound/Sound Designer
Gerard Lamps Sound/Sound Designer
Michel Leviant Screenwriter
Jacqueline Moreau Costumes/Costume Designer
Philippe Sarde Score Composer
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