The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers (1948)

The third talkie version of Dumas' The Three Musketeers, this splashy MGM adaptation is also the first version in Technicolor. Gene Kelly romps his way through the role of D'Artagnan, the upstart cadet who joins veteran Musketeers… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 20, 1948
DVD Release Date: March 6, 2007
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Dennis Schwartz
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It might look good but it doesn't taste that good after a few bites.

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Mark Bourne

...enjoyable corn in the 'Classics Illustrated' tradition. You can't believe a minute of it, but neither can you ignore its rollicking bygone Hollywood charms.

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Steve Crum

Colorful, figuratively and literally, MGM spectacle.

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Phil Hubbs
There have been many many film versions of this classic tale by French author Alexandre Dumas, the earliest dating back as far as 1903. This MGM production is… More
Aj V
It's true that all the Three Musketeer movies have the same story pretty much, but what makes them interesting is the actors, and this one has many good… More
KJ Proulx
"The Three Musketeers (1948)" is an extremely simple tale of a man (D'Artagnan) who comes as a peasant to seek war with the three musketeers who… More
Veronique Kwak
the 1948 "three musketeers" is apparently star-vehicle for gene kelly and lana turner (perhaps also van heflin) who basically take all the ravieting… More
jay nixon
Boy is this thing all over the place. Sumptous to be sure it has the MGM touch in spades as far as lavishness goes but an inconsistent tone and some terrible… More
John Ballantine
This attempt to make a whimsical version of Dumas' novel sucks all the life out of the novel and reduces it to a bunch of Hollywood stars fooling around… More