The Three Must-Get-Theres
|The Three Must-Get-Theres|
|Directed by||Max Linder|
|Written by||Max Linder|
Enrique Juan Vallejo
|Release date(s)||August 27, 1922|
|Running time||55 min|
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.
- Max Linder as Dart-In-Again
- Bull Montana as Li'l Cardinal Richie-Loo
- Frank Cooke as King Louis XIII
- Jobyna Ralston as Constance Bonne-aux-Fieux
- http://www.europafilmtreasures.eu/fiche_technique.htm?ID=312 The full film.
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