|Directed by||Jules White|
|Screenplay by||Jack White|
|Story by||Felix Adler|
|Produced by||Jules White|
Philip Van Zandt
|Edited by||Edwin H. Bryant|
|Distributed by||Columbia Pictures|
Musty Musketeers is a 1954 short subject directed by Jules White starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). It is the 154th entry in the series released by Columbia Pictures starring the comedians, who released 190 shorts for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
The Stooges wish to marry their sweethearts, but are forbidden by Old King Cole (Vernon Dent) until Princess Alisha (Virginia Hunter) weds Prince Gallant III of Rhododendron "when the flowers bloom in the Spring." Unfortunately, evil magician Murgatroyd (Philip Van Zandt) has his own plans to marry Alisha, and promptly abducts her. The Stooges do their best to foil his plot.
- Moe Howard as Moe
- Larry Fine as Larry
- Shemp Howard as Shemp
- Vernon Dent as King Cole
- Philip Van Zandt as Mergatroyd the Magician
- Virginia Hunter as Princess Alicia (stock footage)
- Wanda Perry as Princess Alicia
- Heinie Conklin as Guard
- Johnny Kascier as Guard
- Joe Palma as Lancier the Captain of the Guard
- Frank Sully as King's aide
- Al Thompson as King's aide (stock footage)
- Norma Randall as Millieth
- Ruth White as Lillieth
- Diana Darrin as Tillieth
- Sherry O'Neil as Showgirl
- Cy Schindell as Fat Guard (stock footage)
Musty Musketeers is a remake of 1948's Fiddlers Three, using ample recycled footage. The short's new scenes include a marriage proposal at the beginning with their sweethearts, as well as those at the end with a comic sword fight with actor Philip Van Zandt. Hunter was unavailable for the new footage, so she was replaced by Wanda Perry, who holds a fan over her face. New footage was shot on April 27, 1953.
- Moe (to Shemp): "Thou art the matzohead!"