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The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge

Year:
Duration:
108 min
Genres:
Action | Adventure
IMDB rate:
7.1
Director:
Richard Lester
Awards:
Nominated for Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination
Details
Country: Spain
Release Date: 1975-02-26
Filming Locations: Aranjuez, Madrid, Spain
Cast
Actor
Character
Oliver Reed
Oliver Reed
The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge
Raquel Welch
Constance de Bonancieux
Richard Chamberlain
Aramis
Michael York
D'Artagnan
Frank Finlay
Porthos
Christopher Lee
Rochefort
Geraldine Chaplin
Queen Anne of Austria
Jean-Pierre Cassel
Louis XIII
Faye Dunaway
Milady
Roy Kinnear
Planchet
Michael Gothard
Felton
Nicole Calfan
Maid Kitty
Ángel del Pozo
Jussac
Eduardo Fajardo
Simon Ward
Duke of Buckingham
Charlton Heston
Cardinal Richelieu
Sybil Danning
Eugenie
Gitty Djamal
Beatrice
Jack Watson
Busigny
Bob Todd
Firing Squad Officer
Tom Buchanan
Firing Squad Sergeant
Leon Greene
Swiss Officer
Lucy Tiller
Mother Superior
Norman Chappell
Submarine Inventor
Richard Adams
Tortured Thug
Tyrone Cassidy
English Officer
Joss Ackland
D'Artagnan'Father
Gretchen Franklin
D'Artagnan's Mother (archive footage)
Richard Briers
Louis XIII
Oliver MacGreevy
Headsman (uncredited)
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Trivia
Cardinal Richelieu says to d'Artagnan that he has no personal enemies, only enemies of France. This line is in neither the original novel, nor the script. Charlton Heston came across this quote of the Cardinal's when researching the role, and asked Richard Lester to find a place to include it in the film.
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In reality, George Villiers, 1st Duke of Buckingham (28 August 1592 - 23 August 1628) was indeed assassinated in a similar fashion, but by a disgruntled army officer who was wounded in one Villiers military campaigns and not by his deceived protestant manservant. Also, there were claims (or slanders) that the Duke was the lover of his close friend and then king, James I of England, and not the Queen of France.
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In the film, Milday is executed as in the original novel; in the film's novelization by Michael Hardwick, after she has murdered Constance Athos corners her and uses the pistol he threatened her with earlier.
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Goofs
At the time movie takes place (early 1600s) firearms were either matchlocks or wheellocks, or flintlocks. So the musketeers and their rivals using matchlock muskets is correct, but Lady de Winter's percussion pistol wouldn't be invented until the 19th century.
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In the climactic duel in the convent, Rochefort's wound moves lower between shots.
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When the bomb attached to the bread is thrown back at La Rochelle, it is the bread which explodes as the bomb is still clearly intact after the explosion
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Quotes
D'Artagnan: [holding Milady at bay with the point of his sword after she has tried to stab him with a poisoned dagger] Try that again and I'll cut some fleur-de-lys on the rest of you!
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D'Artagnan: It is too much! I cannot accept it. Athos, you take it.
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Cardinal Richelieu: [to D'Artagnan] I don't make such an offer twice in one day. But if you should survive to return to Paris, then you may see my hand stretched out to you once more. For then, you would be a very remarkable young man indeed. I would remark on it to people.
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Photos from cast
Oliver Reed