The Three Musketeers in film
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- The Three Musketeers, a 1903 French production about which very little is known.
- The Three Musketeers: Part 1 and Part 2, 1911 silent film shorts from Edison Studios starring Sydney Booth (a member of the Booth family) as D'Artagnan.
- Les trois mousquetaires, 1913, French silent film serial directed by André Calmettes, which ran in two installments: La haine de Richelieu and Le triomphe de d’Artagnan.
- The Three Musketeers, a 1914 American film directed by Charles V. Henkel and starring Earl Talbot.
- The Three Musketeers (1916 film), a Hollywood feature directed by Charles Swickard, supervised by Thomas H. Ince and including in its cast Louise Glaum as Milady de Winter and Dorothy Dalton as Queen Anne.
- Les Trois Mousquetaires, a 1921 French silent film version featuring Aimé Simon-Girard and Claude Mérelle. A blockbuster of its day, it spawned a number of sequels (an adaptation of Twenty Years After was released the following year).
- The Three Musketeers (1921 film), a 1921 silent film version starring Douglas Fairbanks.
- Les Trois Mousquetaires (1933 film), a French talkie remake of the 1921 French film, with the same director (Henri Diamant-Berger) and much of the same cast.
- The Three Musketeers (1933 serial), a Mascot Studios serial featuring John Wayne, updated and set in North Africa, with the Musketeers replaced by French Foreign Legionnaires.
- The Three Musketeers (1935 film), a black and white RKO version featuring Walter Abel.
- The Three Musketeers (1939 film), a comedic version starring Don Ameche and the Ritz Brothers.
- Los Tres Mosqueteros (1942), a Mexican movie directed by Miguel M. Delgado and starring famous comedian Cantinflas as D'Artagnan.
- The Three Musketeers (1946 film), an Argentinian/Uruguayan film.
- The Three Musketeers (1948 film), an MGM production starring Gene Kelly, Van Heflin, Lana Turner, and June Allyson.
- The Three Musketeers (1953 film), director André Hunebelle, featuring Georges Marchal and Bourvil.
- Los tres mosqueteros y medio (1957 film), Mexican comedic version starring Tin-Tan.
- The Three Musketeers (1961 film), a double-feature adaptation directed by Bernard Borderie, with Gérard Barray, Mylène Demongeot, Guy Delorme and Jean Carmet.
- The Three Musketeers (1969 film), a television movie starring Kenneth Welsh and featuring Christopher Walken.
- The Three Musketeers (1973 film), and The Four Musketeers (film) (1974), a two-film adaptation starring Michael York, Charlton Heston, Raquel Welch, Oliver Reed, Frank Finlay, Faye Dunaway, Richard Chamberlain, and Spike Milligan.
- d'Artagnan and Three Musketeers (1978), a popular Soviet musical featuring Mikhail Boyarsky.
- The Three Musketeers (1993 film), a Disney production starring Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Chris O'Donnell, Oliver Platt, and Tim Curry.
- The Musketeer (2001), a very loose adaptation, in a style imitating Asian action movies.
- D'Artagnan et les trois mousquetaires (2005), starring Vincent Elbaz.
- The Three Musketeers (2011 film), a 3D version of the film directed by Paul W.S. Anderson starring Logan Lerman, Ray Stevenson, Luke Evans, Christoph Waltz, Mads Mikkelsen, Orlando Bloom, Milla Jovovich and Matthew Macfadyen.
- 3 Musketeers (film), a 2011 direct-to-video modern action adaptation produced by The Asylum
- The Three Musketeers (2013 film), a Russian historical adventure film
- The Four Musketeers, a 1936 Italian animated film. It reportedly involved the use of three thousand marionettes.
- The Two Mouseketeers, a Tom and Jerry cartoon, with three follow-ups, Touché, Pussy Cat!, Tom and Chérie and Royal Cat Nap
- The Three Musketeers in Boots, a 1972 anime from Toei Animation featuring cats as the main characters
- d'Artagnan l'intrépide, a 1974 animated feature film directed by John Halas
- Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds (1981), a 26 part cartoon series by BRB Internacional and Nippon Animation.
- Dog in Boots (1981), Soyuzmultfilm's animated parody film directed by Yefim Gamburg.
- The Three Musketeers, a 1986 Australian made-for-television animated adventure film from Burbank Films Australia
- The Three Musketeers (1987 TV series), is a Japanese animated television series based on the d'Artagnan Romances written by Alexandre Dumas.
- The Three Musketeers (1992 film), production using classical music
- Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004), another Disney remake, this one a made-for-video film. The plot makes it more like a sequel, actually featuring the Musketeers from the original story as separate characters.
- Barbie and the Three Musketeers (2009), a direct-to-video Barbie movie in which the Musketeers are female
Films based on sequels of the novel
- The Man in the Iron Mask (film), a number of films with that title (or something similar, or in one case The Fifth Musketeer) based on the final section of the novel The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Dumas, père
- The Return of the Musketeers (1989), a film version of Twenty Years After by the team responsible for the 1973 and 1974 films and is a direct sequel to them, featuring much of the same cast
- The Secret of Queen Anna, or Musketeers Thirty Years After (1993), a Russian musical based on The Vicomte de Bragelonne and starring Mikhail Boyarsky as d'Artagnan (see also The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin below)
Films featuring "descendants" of the Musketeers
- At Sword's Point (1952), an RKO Radio picture starring Cornel Wilde, Dan O'Herlihy, Alan Hale, Jr., and Maureen O'Hara as the sons and daughter of the original Musketeers
- Ring of the Musketeers (1992), a TV movie directed by John Paragon, starring David Hasselhoff, Thomas Gottschalk, Cheech Marin, Alison Doody, John Rhys-Davies, and Corbin Bernsen. Set in modern times, the descendants of the Musketeers protect the innocent.
- The Return of the Musketeers, or The Treasures of Cardinal Mazarin (2009), a Russian musical starring Mikhail Boyarsky as d'Artagnan, who, with the other Musketeers, return from the dead to save their sons and daughters (see also The Secret of Queen Anna, or Musketeers Thirty Years After in the previous section)
- Revenge of the Musketeers (1994) (The Daughter of d'Artagnan), a French production starring Sophie Marceau in the title role, and Philippe Noiret as an aged d'Artagnan
- La Femme Musketeer (2004), a made-for-TV production starring Susie Amy as d'Artagnan's daughter "Valentine", with Michael York, Gérard Depardieu, Christopher Cazenove, John Rhys-Davies, and Nastassja Kinski
- A Modern Musketeer (1917), in which Douglas Fairbanks plays both D'Artagnan and his modern-day emulator
- Milady and the Musketeers (1952), a prequel about Athos and Milady de Winter, starring Yvette Lebon, Rossano Brazzi and Massimo Serato
- Les Quatre Charlots Mousquetaires (1974) and A Nous Quatre Cardinal (1974), two-part comedy parody starring Les Charlots as the Musketeers' valets
- The Three Mesquiteers, a series of 51 western B-movies released between 1936 and 1943
- The Three Musketeers, a 1954 BBC adaptation in six 30-minute episodes, starring Laurence Payne, Roger Delgado, Paul Whitsun-Jones and Paul Hansard
- The Three Musketeers, a 1966 BBC adaptation in ten 25-minute episodes, directed by Peter Hammond and starring Jeremy Brett, Jeremy Young, and Brian Blessed
- The Three Musketeers (cartoon), a series of animated shorts produced by Hanna-Barbera in 1968 as part of The Banana Splits television show
- The Three Musketeers, a 1973 Australian made-for-TV cartoon, one of a series of Famous Classic Tales adaptations
- Dogtanian and the Three Muskehounds, a 1981 Spanish animated series featuring dogs as the main characters
- The Three Musketeers (1987 TV series) (Anime Sanjushi), a Japanese animated series produced by Gakken
- Young Blades, a television series that aired on PAX
- The Three Musketeers (2013 TV series) (2013), a Russian film adaptation directed by Sergey Zhigunov and Alexey Zlobin
- The Musketeers, a 2014 BBC series by Adrian Hodges
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