The Further Adventures of the Musketeers (1967– )

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Based on the Alexandre Dumas novel 'Twenty Years After', the series follows Athos, Porthos and Aramis, along with their new recruit d'Artagnan, as they continue to protect the name and throne of the king.


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24 April 2006 | mkb-8
First class serialisation
This TV version of the Dumas novels was made during the golden age of the BBC Sunday teatime classic serial and I still have fond memories of it forty years later. Like its predecessor, 'The Three Musketeers', the whole thing was played straight and not as a jokey camp fest like so many of the movie versions. The versatile Joss Ackland was particularly outstanding.

It is actually a very good story, and if played straight with outstanding actors as was the case in this BBC version, can make for thrilling and at times moving drama. Let's hope that the original tapes are still lodged safely in the BBC vaults and have not been wiped, since this is a true classic.

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21 May 1967

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English


Country of Origin

UK

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