Duelist and poet Cyrano de Bergerac and musketeer d'Artagnan meet and team up to stop the conspiracy against King Louis XIII of France.
Abel Gance wrote that Italian producers entered in dispute about the filming in Spain. Sojourning in Rome at this time, Nathan Juran was employed in second unit for the shooting of combat scenes, while Gance was shooting the scenes with actors. The Italian associates intended to send Juran in Spain, to make him shoot at their leisure the scenes that suited them, instead of those planned by Gance.
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