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In 1625 France, D'Artagnan joins the king's musketeers, meets three new friends - Athos, Porthos and Aramis - among them and, together, the four quickly find themselves embroiled in court intrigue with Prime Minister Richelieu attempting to sabotage the congenial relationship existing between France and England.

  1. Budd Boetticher

    Director

  2. Alexandre Dumas

    Novel

  3. Roy Hamilton

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Robert Clarke

    Robert Clarke

    D'Artagnan

  2. Lyn Thomas

    Lyn Thomas

    Lady Constance

  3. John Hubbard

    John Hubbard

    Athos

  4. Mel Archer

    Porthos

  5. Keith Richards

    Keith Richards

    Aramis

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Blades of the Musketeers

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  • January 1, 1953
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Original Language English

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