Revenge of the Musketeers
Revenge of the Musketeers ★★½ D'Artagnan's Daughter; La Fille de D'Artagnan 1994 (R)
Exciting swashbuckler that finds the beautiful Eloise (Marceau) uncovering a dastardly plot by the Duc of Crassac (Rich) to kill King Louis XIV (Legros). She goes to her father, aging Musketeer D'Artagnan (Noiret), and he seeks the aid of old compatriots Athos (Bideau), Porthos (Billerey), and Aramis (Frey). Since Eloise can handle a sword as well as any of the Musketeers, she gets her own share of dering-do. French with subtitles. 130m/C VHS, DVD . FR Sophie Marceau, Philippe Noiret, Jean-Luc Bideau, Raoul Billerey, Sami Frey, Claude Rich, Nils (Niels) Tavernier, Charlotte Kady, Stephane Legros, Luigi Proietti; D: Bertrand Tavernier; W: Michel Leviant; C: Patrick Blossier; M: Philippe Sarde.
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