The Musketeer


1h 45m 2001

Brief Synopsis

In 17th century Paris, a dashing swordsman named D'Artagnan finds himself at odds with the powerful forces taking over France. He sets out from the village of Gascogne on a dual mission: to join the King's elite guard of Musketeers and to search for the man who murdered his parents fourteen years ea

Film Details

Also Known As
Musketeer
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
David Dant; Matt Lawford
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Belgium; Luxembourg; Sarlat, France; France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Synopsis

In 17th century Paris, a dashing swordsman named D'Artagnan finds himself at odds with the powerful forces taking over France. He sets out from the village of Gascogne on a dual mission: to join the King's elite guard of Musketeers and to search for the man who murdered his parents fourteen years earlier. In addition to the expected thieves and cut-throats on the road to Paris, he meets formidable enemies in the capital, including the conniving Cardinal Richlieu and his army of enforcers. The young swordsman searches Paris for Athos, Porthos and Aramis, the famed musketeers at the heart of the King's guard. However, he finds only bitter and disheveled men, for the guard has been disbanded and their captain framed for a murder actually planned by Richlieu. D'Artagnan finds an ally in feisty chambermaid Francesca, who is determined to save her mistress the Queen. Together they vow to save France from the evil Richlieu, and to regain the honor of the Musketeers.

Crew

Alex Aach

Other

Barry Abbott

Carpenter

Nastuh Abootalebi

Visual Effects

Enrico Accetto

Driver

Hugo Adams

Assistant Sound Editor

Sybille Ahlbrs

Makeup Artist

Fritz Aigner

Other

Rodolphe Albarede

Driver

Lothar Albrecht

Other

Renate Albrecht

Hair Assistant

Franck Alix

Other

El Miloud Amari

Driver

Catherine Amesbury

Other

Miriam Andermatt

Props

Michel Anderson

Stunts

Franz Angerter

Other

David Arnold

Music Producer

David Arnold

Music

Marc Artero

Props

John Atkins

Adr

Josefina Aubart

Caterer

Karl Bachler

Other

Pierre Back

Driver

Lubomir Bakchev

Camera Operator

Peter Baldock

Sound Editor

John Bateman

Other

Sabine Bauer

Wardrobe

Peter Baumgarth

Other

Roger Beck

Other

Remie Becker

Other

Hagen Behring

Finance Manager

Jose Belguao

Other

Ben Bellman

Stunts

Manuel Yanez Benitez

Stunt Man

Manuel Yanez Benitez

Stunts

Rachid Bentaleb

Carpenter

Steven Bernard

Construction

Michael Bernardy

Carpenter

Matthias Berndt

Other

Antoine Berthet

Carpenter

Ricardo Besantini

Assistant Camera Operator

Gaelle Besgrove

Other

Stephan Besnard

Carpenter

Geraldine Bessac

Construction

Marie-elise Beyne

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Klaus Bienen

Carpenter

Klaus Bienen

Other

Nicolas Billy

Driver

Paul Biwer

Props

Patrice Blanchet

Construction

Elena Blum

Other

Pina Boehler

Makeup Artist

Jakob Boje

Production Assistant

Allessandro Bolognesi

Steadicam Operator

Alain Boncour

Other

Paula Boram

Foley Artist

Maurice Borghesi

Other

Patrick Bossu

Carpenter

Sean Bottrill

Driver

Michel Bouis

Stunts

Abdelkrim Boumahdi

Other

Sonia Bourne

Hair

Franck Boussenec

Assistant Engineer

Mathilde Bouts

Assistant Director

Marilyn Bradfer

Other

Ali Braun

Security

Aline Braun

Special Thanks To

Velten Brenneke

Special Thanks To

Joseph Briard

Construction

Michael Brink

Visual Effects

Joe Brook

Driver

Diana Brown

Special Thanks To

Franz Bruckner

Other

Sandy Buchanan

Foley

Milly Burns

Set Decorator

Silvia Bussmann

Hair Assistant

Sandra Butterworth

Other

Peter Bystrican

Stunts

William Cagnard

Stunts

Amelie Caillart

Dresser

Stephen S. Campanelli

Steadicam Operator

Mario Capezzali

Other

Alex Carey

Other

Lionel Cassou

Driver

Philippe Castelain

Location Assistant

Coralie Castenholtz

Hair

David Catchpole

Facilities Supervisor

Jean-charles Cavasso

Driver

Luigi Cecchini

Camera Operator

David Celli

Carpenter

Jason Chambers

Stand-In

Pascal Charlier

Location Manager

William Chatel

Stunts

Thomas Chatelet

Driver

Barnard Chevreul

Stunts

Rob Chiesa

Security

Ka Leung Choi

Stunts

Ping Choykwok

Stunts

Leos Cisarovsky

Other

Nikolas Cladakis

Camera Equipment

Monica Cocco

Finance Manager

Rudy Cohen

Executive Producer

Patrice Colardelle

Carpenter

Peter Connelly

Visual Effects

Jake Corbett

Assistant Camera Operator

Patrice Cossoneau

Stand-In

Patrice Cossoneau

Stunts

Felicity Cottrell

Foley Artist

Helene Courmont

Carpenter

Alain Couty

Special Effects Assistant

Chris Cozens

Other

Maurizio Cremisini

Assistant Camera Operator

Tilly Cresswell

Production Coordinator

Julieta Cucchiarini

Other

Sabrina Curkgian

Assistant Director

Birgit D'hont

Visual Effects

Hugues Dal Magro

Stand-In

Hugues Dal Magro

Stunts

Guy Daleiden

Special Thanks To

Jonathan Damon

Production Assistant

Mark Damon

Executive Producer

Philipp Danner

Other

David Dant

Production Insurance

Jean-claude Dauphinot

Special Effects

Stephane Daverio

Carpenter

John Davey

Other

Jean-francois Daviaud

Electrician

Aude Davinroy

Costumes

Claude De Broux

Camera Operator

Robert De Groot

Stunts

Anita De Grude

Other

Friedrich De Grude

Stunt Coordinator

Christophe De Natal

Driver

Anneliese Jager De Roode

Other

Wouter De Wilde

Camera Assistant

Henry Dedieu

Construction

Jacky Defour

Special Effects

Maria Noelle Defourny

Other

Denis Degioanni

Driver

Gilbert Degrand

Electrician

Alexia Deinhard

Hair Assistant

Jerome Dejean

Assistant Engineer

Gregoire Delage

Special Effects Coordinator

Vincent Delclos

Other

Yves Delforge

Visual Effects

Georges Demetrau

Special Effects Supervisor

Manu Demoulling

Props

Valerie Denieul

Dresser

Sophie Denize

Visual Effects

Patrick Depoutot

Costumes

Pierre Dermience

Electrician

Yannick Derrien

Stunts

Alex Desfonds

Tailor

Ilana Diamant

Location Casting

Limor Diamant

Associate Producer

Moshe Diamant

Producer

Anja Dihrberg

Casting

Sean Dillon

Carpenter

Nicholas Dodd

Music Arranger

Nicholas Dodd

Music Conductor

David Doucinot

Other

Antoine Ducep

Electrician

Bertrand Dufour

Swing Gang

Rob Dugdale

Scenic Artist

Laurent Duhaut

Assistant Producer

Alexandre Dumas

Source Material (From Novel)

Alexandre Dumas

Source Material

Bruno Dumont

Props

Cynthia Dumont

Costume Designer

Barbara Dupont

Assistant Director

Mick Durlacher

Rigging Gaffer

Monique Durlacher

Casting

Dina Eaton

Music Editor

Gilles Ecomard

Construction

Gabi Edelmann

Other

Ralf Eisenmann

Assistant Director

Said El Kihel

Other

Amor Elca

Other

Kati Elek

Makeup Artist

Zoltan Elek

Makeup

Helmut Ellan

Other

Louis Elman

Adr Voice Casting

Stephen Elson

Visual Effects

Remy Elvezy

Other

Jose Elvira

Stunts

Patrick Essex

Carpenter

Arnaud Esterez

Other

Steve Etienne Braun

Photography

Eugene Fabcic

Assistant Engineer

Francoise Fagnou

Set Decorator

Jan Fantl

Coproducer

Pascal Fauvelle

Special Effects Assistant

Isoline Favier

Carpenter

Cedric Fayolle

Visual Effects

Bob Feltgen

Office Runner

Bernard Feniou

Construction

Sylvie Fert

Construction

Detlev Fichtner

Sound Mixer

Jean-claude Flaccomeo

Stand-In

Geraldine Flammang

Carpenter

Film Details

Also Known As
Musketeer
MPAA Rating
Release Date
2001
Production Company
David Dant; Matt Lawford
Distribution Company
Universal Pictures
Location
Belgium; Luxembourg; Sarlat, France; France

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 45m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Fall September 7, 2001

Released in United States on Video February 26, 2002

Released in United States 2001

Shown at Deauville Festival of American Film (Avant Premieres/Previews) August 31 - September 9, 2001.

Alexandre Dumas' novel "The Three Musketeers" was published in 1844.

Completed shooting November 24, 2000.

Began shooting August 17, 2000.

Released in United States Fall September 7, 2001

Released in United States on Video February 26, 2002

Released in United States 2001 (Shown at Deauville Festival of American Film (Avant Premieres/Previews) August 31 - September 9, 2001.)