The Secret of Queen Anne or Musketeers Thirty Years After

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The Secret of Queen Anne or Musketeers Thirty Years After
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Directed byGeorgi Yungvald-Khilkevich
Written byAlexandre Dumas, père
Georgi Yungvald-Khilkevich
Georgi Nikolayev
Produced byGeorgi Yungvald-Khilkevich
StarringMikhail Boyarsky
Veniamin Smekhov
Igor Starygin
Valentin Smirnitsky
Music byMaksim Dunayevsky
Film-studio "Katran" with the participation of the Odessa Film Studio
Release date
Running time
158 min. (2 episodes 79 min. each)

The Secret of Queen Anne or Musketeers Thirty Years After (Russian: Тайна королевы Анны, или Мушкетёры тридцать лет спустя; translit. Taina korolevi Anni, or Mushketeri tritsat' let spustya) is a 1993 Russian musical film directed by Georgi Yungvald-Khilkevich based on Alexandre Dumas' 1847-1850 novel The Vicomte de Bragelonne.[1]

Filming began in the summer of 1990 and ended in the autumn of 1991. Sound and editing took place in 1992. The premiere of the movie took place only in 1994 on the first Ostankino channel. [2]

The filming locations were Tallinn, Leningrad, Odessa and the Karakum desert, which is located on the territory of Turkmenistan.[3]

The previous film - Musketeers Twenty Years After, the next one - The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin.


First episode. King of England Charles II asks King of France Louis XIV to help establish himself on the throne. However, Louis refuses him under the influence of Cardinal Mazarin. D'Artagnan, together with Porthos, captures the enemy of Charles — General Monk. At the same time, Athos takes out a million gold pieces, which the King of England also needs to fulfill his goals.

The second series tells us more about Aramis, who by this time had become a general of the Jesuit Order and Bishop of Vannes. He, together with the son of Athos, Raul, conspires against Louis. Aramis wants to rescue the king's imprisoned twin brother in order to exchange one for the other.



  1. ^ Александр Юрьевич Кожевников (2007). Крылатые фразы и афоризмы отечественного кино (in Russian). ОЛМА Медиа Групп. pp. 801–. ISBN 978-5-373-00972-0.
  2. ^ "Mikhail Boyarsky lost his voice and only 15 years later sang along with Kharatyan".
  3. ^ "Официальный сайт Льва Дурова > Как снимался фильм. > ГЕОГРАФИЯ СЪЁМОК -". Retrieved 2022-07-16.

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