At Sword's Point Reviews
Featuring more thigh/back slapping and head back uproarious laughter towards the sky than a panto, truly awful choreography and a distinct lack of respect for an audiences ability to tell the difference between location and stage shooting, not to mention a total disregard for coherent editing and continuity.
If it weren't for Maureen O'Hara's presence in the cast list I doubt this would even get an honourable mention in the Musketeer filmic canon, still its a damn sight better than the Paul W.S. Anderson version but that's not saying much.
Maureen O'Hara's role was very much the influence of this film, the tom boy character she plays was very easy to watch and made a difference to this film and of course to the set of characters.
A fun enjoyable film.