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The Three Musketeers A U film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over, although it is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child.

U films should be set within a positive framework and should offer reassuring counterbalances to any violence, threat or horror. If a work is particularly suitable for pre-school children, this will be indicated in the ratings info.

BBFC


1948
 125 minutes (2 hours 05 minutes)
UK release date Released: 12th July 2020  |  BBFC Age Rating:  U
US release date Released: 20th October 1948
The Three Musketeers

Directed by

George Sidney

Starring

Actor
Character
Lana Turner
Lady de Winter
D'Artagnan
June Allyson
Constance
Van Heflin
Athos
Angela Lansbury
Queen Anne
Frank Morgan
King Louis XIII
Vincent Price
Richelieu
Keenan Wynn
Planchet
John Sutton
The Duke of Buckingham
Gig Young
Porthos
Robert Coote
Aramis
Reginald Owen
Treville
Ian Keith
Rochefort
Patricia Medina
Kitty
Richard Wyler
Albert
Kirk Alyn
Aramis' Friend
William Bailey
Guard
David Bair
D'Artagnan's Brother
Gregg Barton
Musketeer
Charles Bates
D'Artagnan's Brother
Wilson Benge
Valet
David Bond
Friend
Wheaton Chambers
Traveler
Gordon B. Clarke
Musketeer
Fred Coby
Musketeer
Gene Coogan
Man Offstage
Jacob Dance
Old Man
Redmond Doms
Vernon Downing
Officer
William Edmunds
Innkeeper-Landlord
Douglas Evans
British Officer
Byron Foulger
Bonacieux
Sol Gorss
Jussac
Frank Hagney
Executioner of Lyons
Alec Harford
Valet
Jean Heremans
Cardinal Guard
Arthur Hohl
Dragon Rouge Host
John Holland
Aramis' Friend
Noel Howard
Richelieu Guard
Roland Hughston
Richelieu Guard
Bert Kennedy
Fencer
Burt Kennedy
Fencer
Michael Kostrick
Traveler
Paul Kruger
Officer
Norman Leavitt
Mousqueton
Bert LeBaron
Richelieu Guard
Dickie LeRoy
D'Artagnan's Brother
Paul Maxey
Majordomo
Francis McDonald
Fisherman
Alberto Morin
Bazin
Paul Newlan
Musketeer Guard
Jack Owen
Leonard Penn
Musketeer
Gil Perkins
Felton
William Bill Phillips
Grimaud
Allen Pinson
Richelieu Guard
Ruth Robinson
D'Artagnan's Mother
Carl Saxe
Guard
Irene Seidner
Innkeeper-Landlord's Wife
Jack Shea
Sentry
Reginald Sheffield
Subaltern
Dick Simmons
Count de Wardes
Mickey Simpson
Executioner
Tom Stevenson
Subaltern
Jack Stoney
Fisherman
William Tannen
Traveler
David Thursby
Innkeeper
Tom Tyler
1st Traveller
Robert Warwick
D'Artagnan Sr.
Harry Wilson
Kidnapper
Marie Windsor
Lady-in-Waiting
Jeff York
Officer

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