Three Musketeers & The Four Musketeers

Three Musketeers & 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 isSee more details below

Overview

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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Product Details

Release Date:
06/01/2010
UPC:
0012236110309
Rating:
PG
Source:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
1
Time:
3:34:00
Sales rank:
5,250

Special Features

Closed Caption; "The Saga of the Musketeers" part 1 and part 2; Making-of featurette; Theatrical trailers and tv spots

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- The Three Musketeers
1. Program Start / Main Titles [2:30]
2. The Three Presents of D'Artagnan the Elder [4:35]
3. Athos, Porthos and Aramis [5:41]
4. The King's Musketeers and the Cardinal's Guards [7:52]
5. Madame Bonacieux [3:45]
6. His Majesty King Louis XIII [4:10]
7. Concerning a Court Intrigue [5:41]
8. Duke of Buckingham [2:58]
9. The Queen's Diamonds [3:33]
10. Men of the Robe and Men of the Sword [3:08]
11. The Bastille [5:07]
12. Gambler's Feast [3:59]
13. A 17th Century Mousetrap [3:47]
14. Lover and Husband [5:03]
15. Plan of Campaign [5:24]
16. Ambush by the Lake [4:08]
17. The Blade of Rochefort [3:44]
18. The Journey [3:55]
19. In Which the Plot Thickens [4:38]
20. D'Artagnan's Return [2:37]
21. The Ballet of La Marlaison [4:16]
22. Rendezvous [4:47]
23. All for One and One for All [6:11]
24. The Four Musketeers [3:41]
25. End Credits [1:40]
Disc #2 -- The Four Musketeers
1. Program Start / Main Titles [1:43]
2. Porthos Reminisces [1:50]
3. The Rescue of Rochefort [7:02]
4. Countess De Winter [4:17]
5. Buckingham's Desire [1:56]
6. The Wife of Athos [5:43]
7. A Gascon a Match for Cupid [7:08]
8. Milady's Secret [3:47]
9. Cardinal Richelieu's Offer [3:19]
10. The Rescue of Constance [4:38]
11. Duel on Ice [4:47]
12. The Anjou Wine [2:32]
13. Dream of Vengeance [7:18]
14. The Siege of La Rochelle [5:27]
15. Rebel Onslaught [4:34]
16. Captivity [5:24]
17. Harlot's Wiles [5:14]
18. Assassin's Blade [4:28]
19. The Man in the Red Cloak [3:05]
20. The Carmelite Convent at Bethune [5:30]
21. Two Varieties of Demons [3:52]
22. Duel to the Death [3:48]
23. Trial and Execution [3:38]
24. Officer's Commission [3:40]
25. End Credits [1:43]

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