The Three Musketeers (1921)
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as De Rocheford
as Constance Bonacieux
as Duke of Buckingham
as Louis XIII
as Monsieur Bonacieux
as Planchet, D'Artagnon's Lackey
as Cardinal Richelieu
as Capt. de Treville
as Father Joseph
as Anne of Austria
as Milady de Winter
as D'Artagnan's Father
Critic Reviews for The Three Musketeers
There is a flare and sweep about the film, with the assembling, cutting and continuity seeming spotlessly correct. Douglas Fairbanks and D'Artagnan are a happy combination.
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.
As for the rest of the production, The Three Musketeers is well worthy of its story and its star.
The Three Musketeers is a thrilling, gripping, unadulterated success.
A very long and very entertaining comedy in the style of Chaplin. [Full Review in Spanish]
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.
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