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The Four Musketeers (Digitally Restored) [Blu-ray]

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  • Actors: Oliver Reed, Raquel Welch, Richard Chamberlain, Michael York, Frank Finlay
  • Directors: Richard Lester
  • Format: Anamorphic, Colour, DTS Surround Sound, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: Optimum Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 3 Oct. 2011
  • Run Time: 102 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00525QKOS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,135 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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With D’Artagnan now officially enrolled in the king’s service, his army besieges the rebels at La Rochelle and Richelieu is determined to prevent any meddling by the English before the city falls. He dispatches Milady de Winter to London with orders to assassinate Buckingham if necessary. But she has a price — carte blanche to dispose of D’Artagnan and “the slut Bonacieux” as she sees fit. Our heroes, in between dodging musket balls at La Rochelle, must once again outwit the Cardinal’s henchmen to save the day. But this time the stakes are higher. And tragedy is in the offing.

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The Four Musketeers provides a very good lesson for modern directors as to how they should make sequels. Do it at the same time as the original.
All actors are present and in fine form, including a formidable performance by Michael York in the lead role. Richard Chamberlain and Oliver Reed excel in roles that seem designed for their personalities.
The story of continuing intrigue and danger in the French courts provides a good story which never slows down and is equally dramatic as it is funny. Indeed slapstick is in abundance in this film but also is the tragic end of the film which soberly wakes up the veiwer to seeing just how ruthless Mi Lady De Winter or Rochforth can be. The ending has a touch of schmaltz but is well deserved for a masterpiece in cinematic adaptation of a Alexander Dumas' legendary novel.
The DVD is pretty basic all you really get is the film perhaps a documentary here and there wouldn't hurt now and then. I also would have prefered to have bought both the "Three" and "four" in one set but alas we must suffer for cinema.
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Six legends of British Cinema, Michael York! Frank Finlay! Richard Chamberlain! Roy Kinnear! Christopher Lee! And the unforgettable Oliver Reed!

The Four Musketeers: Milady's Revenge, is yet another masterpiece by Richard Lester, is a continuation of the first movie, The Three Musketeers. From start to finish, it's just a riotous comedy action and adventure movie, of the like, we will never see again!

The Three Musketeers, the Four Musketeers: The Revenge of Milady and The Return of the Musketeers: Twenty Years Later, which was filmed, literally Twenty Years Later, are just three of the greatest British Comedy Movies ever!
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Brilliant film. Even beter than the fist one. This film, incidentally, is the second half of The Three Musketeers and is a loose adaptation of Dumas' lengthy novel, yet with far more action and swordplay throughout (the book lacks a battle on the ice or in the convent or a final duel with Rochefort for starters). I enjoyed this immensely. It has a rather harder edge than its predecessor as quite a few of the main characters are killed, though one returns alive in The Return of The Musketeers. Great stuff and a cracking music score. As it was shot in Spain, it looks it, rather than northern France and the picture of Ham House in England is anachronistic - not built in 1628 when the film is set... .
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What can one say?
It's possibly the best sequel ever. The whole ensemble is on top form, almost like they were only warming up in the 1st film.
I still reckon that the blessed Roy Kinnear is the true star of these. He played a very similar part in The Travails of Sancha Panza at the RSC(?).
For once, I'd qualify it as unmissable.
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By Jess on 19 Feb. 2014
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Great film, would recommend to anyone interested in the musketeers, old or new. Bought for my Dad, he is very happy to have this copy and claims it is far better than the new musketeers show currently airing.
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It was a very enjoyable version of part 2 of the great story. The only reason I don't give 5 stars is that I simply can't abide Oliver Reed as Athos. Total miscasting and he spoiled the first part of the story for me as well. I also didn't find Michael York the ideal d'Artagnan - for me he looks totally wrong - but I expect I'm unusual in wanting someone else for that part so don't go on my view of him. I was even hesitant about Richard Chamberlain as Aramis although that's only a very slight miscasting. I guess when it comes to such a famous story as this, we all decide early on how we see our Musketeers and that makes casting tricky. When it comes to good casting, one of the best I've seen is The Man in the Iron Mask, starring John Malkovic (a very good Athos), Jeremy Irons (a simply awesome and completely wonderful Aramis), and Gabriel Byrne as a perfect d'Artagnan. Depardieu is a bit buffoonish at times as Porthos but such a good actor in the part that one can't really complain. Di Caprio as the King is also brilliant, which I hadn't expected. That is a simply superb movie of the heroes in their late years and for all but Aramis in their last adventure. Normally I don't want to see heroes grown old, but this movie is exceptional.

In spite of my feeling against Oliver Reed and to a much lesser extent MIchael York in this version now, I bought this as the 2-part DVD set because it's the only version I've seen that's really covered *the book* properly, and it's very good to see it again and I will be sure to rewatch again in the future.
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A wonderful upgrade from
the [...] had indicated that, in spite of
the listing saying Region B, it did in fact play on region A players.
They were correct. Plays fine on my basic sony blu-ray player, in the U.S.
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Beware, it does not contain English subs despite the listing on the back cover.
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