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Michael York as D’Artagnan in “The Four Musketeers” (1974) – reviewed by George

Last week Richard Lester’s Musketeers movie had a perfectly good ending, but here is the second half of the story. D’Artagnan is being inducted into the King’s Musketeers in a ceremony performed in front of King Louis XIII (Jean Pierre … Continue reading

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Michael York as D’Artagnan in “The Three Musketeers” (1973) – reviewed by George

As you would expect from director Richard Lester, while the book is followed, a lot of humor is injected into the proceedings. This is an adventure-comedy version. It starts with a really rough fencing (or dueling) lesson from father to … Continue reading

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The Four Feathers (1978) – reviewed by George

Harry Feversham (Beau Bridges) is the motherless child of the overbearing General David Feversham (Harry Andrews) and is forced into uniform by years of his father’s combination of basic disgust with Harry’s character and high expectations for him. The combo … Continue reading

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