PG-13 | | Action, Adventure
The cruel King Louis XIV of France has a secret twin brother who he keeps imprisoned. Can the twin be substituted for the real king?
Louis XIV did have a brother named Philippe, but he was not a twin. He was several years younger, a flamboyant homosexual, and had the title Duc d'Orleans. In the source novel by Alexandre Dumas, both Philippe the fictional twin and Philippe d'Orleans appear as ... ...
Aramis, is this the way to hell?
Aramis: Hell may be our destination, but not this trip.
It's been pointed out that, since the twin brothers were not really fathered by Louis XIII, neither would have a claim to the throne and Louis would not be king to begin with. However, since the origins of the twins' birth was clearly unknown to any (excepting the real parents) in the film, including the twins themselves, this is highly irrelevant.
$17,271,450 (USA) (15 March 1998)
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