The Three Must-Get-Theres

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The Three Must-Get-Theres
The Three Must get Theres.jpg
Directed by Max Linder
Produced by Max Linder
Written by Max Linder
Starring See below
Cinematography Max Dupont
Enrique Juan Vallejo
Distributed by United Artists
Release dates August 27, 1922
Running time 55 min
Country USA
Language English
The Three Must-Get-Theres

The Three Must-Get-Theres is a 1922 silent film directed by Max Linder.

A young man from Gascony travels to Paris hoping to become one of the King's musketeers.

The film follows the plot of the novel by Alexandre Dumas. It is also meant as a parody of the previously released 1921 film The Three Musketeers, starring Douglas Fairbanks.

This is Linder's final American film before returning to France.


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