is a The Three Musketeers 1948 film about D'Artagnan and his musketeer comrades who thwart the plans of Royal Prime Minister Richelieu to usurp the King's power.
Directed by George Sidney. Written by Robert Ardrey, based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas.
Mightiest of All Romantic Adventures! ...Storming it's way to the screen with unbelievable excitement! ( taglines)
To die among friends. Can a man ask more? Can the world offer less? Who wants to live 'till the last bottle is empty? It's all-for one, d'Artagnan, and one for all.
This was my family's chapel, Charlotte. You'll remember we took our vows here. I loved you, Charlotte. I still love you. I love you as I love war and drunkenness. I love you as men love all that is worst for them.
Richelieu [ edit ]
It takes a good man to prevent a catastrophe, Milady, and a great man to make use of one.
The Duke of Buckingham [ edit ]
[to the queen] England is mine, France shall be mine, and you shall be mine.
Constance Bonacieux [ edit ]
Whatever my reputation or my D'Artagnan's, I don't take love lightly.
Dialogue [ edit ]
Jussac: [while dueling] Why don't you use your right hand, Athos? Athos: I save my right hand for my drinking.
Constance Bonacieux: Oh monsieur! Monsieur, you come from the heavens.
D'Artagnan: No mademoiselle, just from upstairs. ...
D'Artagnan: I come from the end of the earth to implore you. Constance Bonacieux: I thought you said you came from upstairs.
D'Artagnan: I kissed the Queen's hand! Constance Bonacieux: Have you no higher ambitions?
Lady de Winter: But, your grace, how can you trust me with such a confidence? What if I refuse to go to England? Richelieu: Can there be anybody more trustworthy, Milady, than an ambitious woman of fashion... with a history?
D'Artagnan: Porthos, when did a wound ever come between you and a fight? Porthos: [lying on his stomach] Well, unfortunately the position of this one comes between me and my horse.
Taglines [ edit ]
Mightiest of All Romantic Adventures! ...Storming it's way to the screen with unbelievable excitement!
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