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The Three Musketeers (1961 film)

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The Three Musketeers
Semur-en-Auxois, one of the locations
Directed byBernard Borderie
Written byBernard Borderie et
Jean-Bernard Luc [1]
Based onThe Three Musketeers
1844 novel
by Alexandre Dumas
Produced byFilms Borderie
Les Films Modernes
Le Film d'Art
Fono Roma
StarringGérard Barray
Mylène Demongeot
Perrette Pradier
Georges Descrières
CinematographyArmand Thirard
Edited byChristian Gaudin
Music byPaul Misraki
Distributed byPathé Distribution
Release date
  • November 4, 1961 (1961-11-04) (France)
Running time
186 minutes
Box office$33.5 million[2]

The Three Musketeers is a 1961 film adaptation of the 1844 novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. It was released in two parts within the same year.[3]

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Plot summary



Filming locations included Bois de Boulogne, Château de Guermantes in Seine-et-Marne and Semur-en-Auxois (department Côte-d'Or).


"The Three Musketeers" was the sixth most watched movie at the French box office in 1961.[2]


  1. ^ "The Queens's Diamonds/The Revenge of Milady (screen writer's homepage)". Retrieved 2011-06-16.
  2. ^ a b French box office for 1961 at Box Office Story
  3. ^ "Les Trois Mousquetaires (2 époques) (Bernard Borderie, 1961): on ne présente plus l'œuvre d'Alexandre Dumas, ici adaptée en deux films". Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 2011-06-16.

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