The Four Musketeers

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This comic interpretation of Alexandre Dumas's classic adventure saga picks up where 1974's The Three Musketeers left off, as D'Artagnan Michael York, Athos Oliver Reed, Aramis Richard Chamberlain, and Porthos Frank Finlay scuttle the plans of Lady de Winter Faye Dunaway to remove Queen Anne Geraldine Chaplin from the seat of power. De Winter is determined to get revenge against the Musketeers, and when she learns that D'Artagnan is infatuated with the lovely Constance Raquel Welch, she first tries to foil their ...
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This comic interpretation of Alexandre Dumas's classic adventure saga picks up where 1974's The Three Musketeers left off, as D'Artagnan Michael York, Athos Oliver Reed, Aramis Richard Chamberlain, and Porthos Frank Finlay scuttle the plans of Lady de Winter Faye Dunaway to remove Queen Anne Geraldine Chaplin from the seat of power. De Winter is determined to get revenge against the Musketeers, and when she learns that D'Artagnan is infatuated with the lovely Constance Raquel Welch, she first tries to foil their romance by seducing D'Artagnan herself, and then by persuading Rochefort Christopher Lee to kidnap Constance. She then engineers the assassination of the Duke of Buckingham Simon Ward, a close friend of D'Artagnan; when word of the Duke's death and Constance's imprisonment reaches D'Artagnan and his comrades, the foursome ride off to rescue the fair lady and see that justice is done against de Winter. The Four Musketeers was filmed concurrently with The Three Musketeers; it was originally intended to be one film, but when director Richard Lester realized the movie would be over three and a half hours long, the decision was made to release it as two separate features instead. This led to lawsuits filed by several of the stars, claiming that they were hired under false pretenses and entitled to be paid for making two films rather than one. The actors won their case, but their settlement was significantly less than the salary they hoped to receive.
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At moments the dark edges of Richard Lester's The Three Musketeers threaten to overwhelm its sequel. Here first seen working to quell a Huguenot rebellion, the musketeers recognize the absurdity of the conflict, but driven by duty and the love of action more than principle, they proceed to take part in the suppression anyway. Eventually the appearance of recognizable villains -- Heston, Dunaway and Lee -- puts the ambiguity to rest and allows Lester to bring on the slapstick -- albeit slapstick tempered with a bit more tragic potential than before. For all the lighthearted action, Lester has a keen sense of how ugly violence can be, a strand of his work that runs from How I Won the War through this film and on to the underrated elegiac swashbuckler Robin and Marian. It's a theme confined mostly to the background here, but its presence remains strong enough to set The Four Musketeers apart from its more lighthearted predecessor. Having fostered love for his merry soldiers, Lester now feels a need, perhaps a little too late, to make his audience confront the shadier aspects of their exploits.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/18/2011
  • EAN: 5055201815897
  • Original Release: 1975
  • Source: Ais
  • Format: Blu-ray

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Oliver Reed Athos
Raquel Welch Constance
Richard Chamberlain Aramis
Michael York D'Artagnan
Frank Finlay Porthos
Christopher Lee Rochefort
Jean-Pierre Cassel Louis XIII
Geraldine Chaplin Queen Anne
Charlton Heston Cardinal Richelieu
Roy Kinnear Planchet
Nicole Calfan Kitty
Sybil Danning
Faye Dunaway Lady de Winter
Simon Ward Duke of Buckingham
Technical Credits
Richard Lester Director
Yvonne Blake Costumes/Costume Designer
Brian Eatwell Production Designer
George MacDonald Fraser Screenwriter
Simon Kaye Sound/Sound Designer
Michel Legrand Score Composer
Clive Reed Asst. Director
Ilya Salkind Executive Producer
Alexander Salkind Producer
Lalo Schifrin Score Composer
John Victor Smith Editor
Pierre Spengler Producer
Ron Talsky Costumes/Costume Designer
David Watkin Cinematographer
Paul Wilson Cinematographer
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