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The Man in the Iron Mask (1977 film)

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The Man in the Iron Mask
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Written byWilliam Bast
Alexandre Dumas, père (Novel)
Directed byMike Newell
StarringRichard Chamberlain
Jenny Agutter
Patrick McGoohan
Ralph Richardson
Louis Jourdan
Ian Holm
Hugh Fraser
Theme music composerAllyn Ferguson
Country of originUnited States
Original language(s)English
Producer(s)Norman Rosemont
CinematographyFreddie Young
Editor(s)Bill Blunden
Running time100 minutes
Original release17 January 1977 (1977-01-17)

The Man in the Iron Mask is a 1977 television film loosely adapted from the 1847-1850 novel The Vicomte de Bragelonne by Alexandre Dumas and presenting several plot similarities with the 1939 film version. It was produced by Norman Rosemont for ITC Entertainment, and starred Richard Chamberlain as King Louis XIV and his twin Philippe, Patrick McGoohan as Nicolas Fouquet, Ralph Richardson as Jean-Baptiste Colbert, Louis Jourdan as D'Artagnan, and Ian Holm as the Chevalier Duval. Jenny Agutter plays Louis XIV's mistress, Louise de la Vallière and Vivien Merchant appears as Queen Marie-Therese. It was directed by Mike Newell.


In this version, the twins' ages are swapped: Philippe is the firstborn and rightful king, who had been spirited away at birth and raised with no knowledge of his true identity in a plot by Cardinal Mazarin to manipulate Louis before his own death. Colbert and D'Artagnan plot to replace Louis (who is an ineffective king more interested in dancing and pleasure than the welfare of France) with Philippe, and in the process bring down the corrupt finance minister Fouquet, who has embezzled from the national treasury. Louis is repulsed by his own wife and makes repeated advances on Louise, who is in turn repulsed by him yet falls in love with Philippe.




Although a made-for-TV movie, actual locations in France were used for filming, including the Château de Fontainebleau and Fouquet's actual chateau of Vaux-le-Vicomte for the final ball scene.

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