TV Movie | Not Rated | | Adventure, History
D'Artagnan and his fellow Musketeers plot to replace the ineffectual Louis XIV of France with his secretly imprisoned twin brother Phillipe, who is the firstborn and rightful King.
In the novel, the plot to replace Louis with Phillipe is engineered and executed by the Musketeer Aramis, with some unwitting aid by Porthos. Neither character, nor the third Musketeer Athos, appears in this movie. However, Louis and Phillipe are played in this movie by Richard Chamberlain, who also played Aramis in The Three Musketeers (1973), The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge (1974), and The Return of the Musketeers (1989).
What poet of antiquity first warned us to beware of Greeks bearing gifts?
At about 35:50 min, when Colbert is at the tailor's to check the dress for the king, in the moment when the dress is brought into the room, you can see an electrical switch near the door frame as well as a cable running along the frame.
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