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The Three Musketeers: In the year 1625 D'Artagnan comes to Paris, where Richelieu is Prime Minister to King Louis XIII, to join the Musketeers as did his father before him. Richelieu, and his cohorts, are seeking to overthrow the King and bent on making Richelieu the new leader of France. But a young and comely barmaid reveals to D'Artagnan some potent and valuable information about the plot. It seems that D'Artagnan and fellow musketeers, Athos, Porthos and Aramis, are dining at the Rouge Pied Inn. There, Richelieu and a heavily-cloaked woman who wears a mask (Lady de Winter), are contriving. The barmaid informs him that another visitor is expected at the Inn, will rendezvous with someone unknown to her and take a message to the Queen. The visitor arrives and Richelieu's henchmen move in, but they are quickly disposed of by D'Artagnan and the Three Musketeers. D'Artagnan promises to take the young woman, Constance, to the Queen. There, Queen Anne tells them of twelve diamonds gifted by the Duke of Buckingham. Lady de Winter, the Queen's lady-in-waiting, overhears and tells Richelieu. He, in the King's name, orders Anne to wear the jewels at a celebration coming up in ten days. Richelieu knows that if Queen Anne shows up wearing the precious gift, a breach would occur. The twelve diamonds are symbolic of the friendship between France and England. The Queen's appearance without them would be a practical declaration of war, an event that Richelieu is hoping for to help in his efforts to overthrow the King. The care of the diamonds is given to D'Artagnan. Richelieu has plans on getting the diamonds away from the young Musketeer.

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Released: November 24, 1950
Genres: Action Romance Adventure History
Director: Budd Boetticher
Actors: Byron Foulger Charles Lang Don Beddoe Hank Patterson James Craven John Hubbard Keith Richards Kristine Miller Lyn Thomas Marjorie Lord Paul Cavanagh Peter Mamakos Robert Clarke

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