The Three Musketeers (1921)
The legendary three, plus D'Artagnan, team up to foil the craven Cardinal Richelieu and preserve the honor of their gracious queen. This Douglas Fairbanks gargantuan costume follow-up to The Mark of Zorro features spectacle, action and athletic stuntwork aplenty -- and an interesting cast including Adolphe Menjou and Eugene Pallette.
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Critic Reviews for The Three Musketeers
Exuberantly embraces the melodramatic absurdities of Dumas's moral universe [though] Don Q Son of Zorro did better with this kind of sophisticated European intrigue.
Audience Reviews for The Three Musketeers
This 3 Musketeers movie is just like all the others, no surprises here, it's no better and no worse than any other. Overall it is pretty fun and entertaining, but it's long and has a bunch of boring scenes with the queen and duke and other characters. It could have been better.More
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