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D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers is a three-part musical miniseries produced in the Soviet Union and first aired in Release date. December 24, D'Artagnan and Three Musketeers is a three-part musical miniseries directed by Georgi Yungvald-Khilkevich and first aired in It is based on the . There's no shortage of Three Musketeers adaptations already sought the four Beatles to play d'Artagnan and the three musketeers). Lester's.
Great sets and scenery. Some of the problems with this version are: There is no Chevalier or Count de Rochefort and no Lord de Winter a big mistake as far as the character of Rochefort goes. Milady in this had no fleur-de-lis instead she has a serpentine Mark of the Devil which appeared on her skin after the Devil resurrected her after Athos had hanged her.
Milady and Athos did not have a child together and she did not sacrifice her child to the Devil in exchange for her soul. Milady's son was by her marriage to her second husband Lord de Winter and his name was John de Winter aka Mordaunt and a "worthy" descendant of Milady de Winter he was an assassin and spy also and had his mother's appetite for revenge especially against his Uncle,his mother's executioner and the 4 Musketeers for depriving him of a mother.
For more on Mordaunt read the novel and sequel The Twenty Years After and try to get a decent movie version of the novel. Richard Lester gave the Mordaunt character a sex change in his version and the Italian version is very loosely based. D'Artagnan was the shortest of the Musketeers and was olive skinned read the very first chapter of the novel and he was eighteen years old Aramis and Porthos were in their 20's and Athos in his early thirties.
For physical descriptions of the Musketeers they were fair and handsome men read the first part of the novel and the chapter the Antechamber of Monsieur de Treville. Milady de Winter was 16 years old not twenty when she married Athos and Athos was 25 read the chapter in the novel Three Musketeers called the wife of Athos.
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When D'Artagnan first sees Milady in the beginning of the novel which started in the year and ended in Milady was twenty to twenty two years old and towards the end of the novel Athos in the chapter called How Athos found his outfit Athos when he finds out that his wife is still alive describes her as beautiful,tall,well-made,blue-eyed with a strange look to them which might have inspired the screenwriter of this adaptation to make it appear that Milady was a demon possessed secret Satanist and blonde who would be 26 to 28 years of age.
Milady's getaway coachman reveals himself as the musketeers' manservant Planchet and delivers her to his masters, who retrieve the necklace from her. Athos prepares to execute Milady for her treachery, but she leaps off the airship, apparently dying on her own terms. The musketeers depart back to Paris, only to be intercepted by Rochefort in a much larger airship, for Milady had given Richelieu copies of da Vinci's blueprints.
Rochefort offers to exchange Constance for the necklace, but captures d'Artagnan and mounts an assault as soon as he retrieves the jewels.
His superior airship has the upper hand and severely damages the opposing vessel, but the musketeers use the clouds to rally and counterattack.
The fight ends when both ships ram each other, crashing onto Notre Dame. On the roof, d'Artagnan duels and ultimately kills Rochefort. Constance is sent ahead to quietly return the necklace to Queen Anne.
The musketeers arrive at the ball and, for the sake of King Louis and his people, lie by claiming that Rochefort tried to sabotage an airship that Richelieu built for them, and that they executed him for his treason on Richelieu's permission. Maquet would suggest plot outlines after doing historical research; Dumas then expanded the plot, removing some characters, including new ones, and imbuing the story with his unmistakable style.
Plot summary[ edit ] In France, d'Artagnan a poor young nobleman leaves his family in Gascony and travels to Paris to join the Musketeers of the Guard. At a house in Meung-sur-Loirean older man derides d'Artagnan's horse. Insulted, d'Artagnan demands a duel.
But the older man's companions instead beat d'Artagnan unconscious with a cooking pot and a metal tong that breaks his sword. D'Artagnan resolves to avenge himself upon the older man, who is later revealed to be the Comte de Rochefortan agent of Cardinal Richelieuwho is passing orders from the Cardinal to his spy. Lady de Winter, usually called Milady de Winter or simply "Milady". In Paris, d'Artagnan visits M.
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He does, however, write a letter of introduction to an academy for young gentlemen which may prepare his visitor for recruitment at a later time. As d'Artagnan prepares himself for the first duel, he realizes that Athos's seconds are Porthos and Aramis, who are astonished that the young Gascon intends to duel them all.
As d'Artagnan and Athos begin, Cardinal Richelieu 's guards appear and attempt to arrest d'Artagnan and the three Musketeers for illegal dueling. Although they are outnumbered, the four men win the battle.
D'Artagnan seriously wounds Jussac, one of the Cardinal's officers and a renowned fighter. Depiction of the Cardinal's musketeers, the great rivals of the King's musketeers. D'Artagnan hires a servant named Planchet, finds lodgings, and reports to Monsieur des Essart, whose company is a less prestigious regiment in which he will have to serve for two years before being considered for the Musketeers.
Shortly after, his landlord speaks to him about the kidnaping of his wife, Constance Bonacieux.
When she is presently released, d'Artagnan falls in love at first sight with her. Constance tries to send her husband to London, but the man is instead manipulated by Richelieu and thus does not go, so d'Artagnan and his friends intercede.
En route, the Cardinal's henchmen repeatedly attack them and only d'Artagnan and Planchet reach London. Before arriving, d'Artagnan is compelled to assault, and nearly to kill, the Comte de Wardes, a friend of the Cardinal, cousin of Rochefort and Milady's lover.
Although Milady stole two of the diamond studs, the Duke of Buckingham provides replacements while delaying the thief's return to Paris.
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D'Artagnan is thus able to return a complete set of jewels to Queen Anne just in time to save her honour. In gratitude, she gives him a beautiful ring. Shortly afterwards, d'Artagnan begins an affair with Madame Bonacieux.
Arriving for an assignation, he sees signs of a struggle and discovers that Rochefort and M. Bonacieux, acting under the orders of the Cardinal, have assaulted and imprisoned her. D'Artagnan and his friends, now recovered from their injuries, return to Paris. D'Artagnan meets Milady de Winter officially, and recognizes her as one of the Cardinal's agents, but becomes infatuated with her until her maid reveals that Milady is indifferent toward him.
Entering her quarters in the dark, he pretends to be the Comte de Wardes and trysts with her.