- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 1 hours, 54 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: September 9, 2003
- Originally Released: 1933
- Label: Alpha Video
- Encoding: Region 0 (Worldwide)
- Packaging: Keep Case
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
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Description by OLDIES.com:
"One for all and all for one" in this action-packed serial adaptation of Alexander Dumas' The Three Musketeers. Tom Wayne (John Wayne) is a fugitive from justice, framed for a murder he did not commit. El Shaitan, the mysterious and diabolical leader of the Devil's Circle, a group who are plotting an Arab rebellion against the Foreign Legion, is to blame. It's up to Tom's sweetheart Elaine (Ruth Hall) and the trustworthy Three Musketeers, Clancy (Jack Mulhall), Renard (Raymond Hatton) and Schmidt (Francis X. Bushman Jr.), to put an end to his reign of terror and clear Tom's name. Tom and The Three Musketeers narrowly escape death in episode after episode as they saddle up for a Sahara thrill-ride in the name of truth, justice and brotherhood.
Alexander Dumas' THE THREE MUSKETEERS comes to vivid life in this big-screen, serialized adaptation with stars such as John Wayne, Lon Chaney JR. and Raymond Hatton. The action begins with Tom (Wayne) being set up by El Shaitan, the leader of the Devil's Circle, a group that is organizing an Arab rebellion against the Foreign Legion. Can Tom's sweetheart and the trustworthy Three Musketeers put an end to El Shaitan's terror and clear Tom's name' Contains Chapters 1-6.
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The Three Musketeers
Movie Lover: Stan Twigge
Newcastle-under-Lyme, England UK
-- July, 11, 2009
This serial above everything else is the one I remember most about Saturday morning cinema. I was not to know for nearly 70 yrs that it starred John Wayne. Wild horses would not have stopped me seeing every episode. I was not good at getting up in a morning, but Saturday was different, out side the cinema half an hour before opening, Happy days!
One for all and all for fun!
Movie Lover: Dr. Maniac
-- June, 2, 2004
Lon Chaney Jr and John Wayne together? Hey, in Hollywood anything is possible! 26 year old Lon is Armand Corday, a Foreign Legion officer who belongs to a secret group led by the masked "El Shaitan". Deciding the quit the gang, Armand is murdered and his best pal Tom Wayne (John Wayne) is framed for the killing! Tom spends the next 12 chapters on the run from the Legion trying to clear his name and find out who El Shaitan really is before the villain can massacre the entire Legion outpost.
The Musketeers of the title include some other famous "Jr's" like Noah Beery Jr and Francis X. Bushman Jr. The ubiquitous Bronson Canyon stands in for a trecherous location known as The Devil's Cauldron. John Wayne is quite good, in fact the only bad things he had to say about his days at Mascot Studios concerned his having to change his clothes so many times during the day because they shot every scene for a certain location at one time!
There is lots of action in this one, chases on horseback, fistfights, fires and "how are they going to get out of that?" cliffhanger endings.
You will not be disappointed by this one.
very good quality and a fun serial
Movie Lover: kinovend
Grand Rapids, MI US
-- October, 22, 2003
John Wayne is good in this very early action serial. The film from which the DVD was made was in excellent shape albeit a little grainy. Sharpness and contrast are excellent. The audio is very good with minimal background noise/hiss/hum.
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