The Three Musketeers


The Three Musketeers (1935)

(featuring Lucille Ball in a Minor Role)

Lucille Ball Movies

Like most filmed adaptations of the Dumas novel, this Three Musketeers concentrates on the episode of the Queen's purloined necklace; the story ends on a misleadingly happy note, with heroine Constance (Heather Angel) alive and kicking at film's end (which she certainly wasn't in the novel).

Special Notes: This film is the first English-language talking picture version of Alexandre Dumas, père's novel of the same name.

Movie #25
Film Date: 1935

Release Date: November 1, 1935
Film Type: action/adventure
Film Color: black/white
Studio: RKO-Radio
Film Length: 96 minutes

Rowland V. Lee (Director)
Cliff Reid (Producer)

Character Role:
Lucille Ball (Minor Role) (uncredited)

Supporting Cast:
Walter Abel (D'Artagnan)
Paul Lukas (Athos)
Margot Grahame (Milady de Winter)
Heather Angel (Constance)
Ian Keith (de Rochefort)
Moroni Olsen (Porthos)
Onslow Stevens (Aramis)
Ralph Forbes (Duke of Buckingham)
Lumsden Hare (de Treville)
Miles Mander (King Louis XIII)
Nigel de Brulier (Cardinal Richelieu)
John Qualen (Planchet)
Stanley Blystone (Villand)
Ralph Faulkner (Jussac)
Wade Boteler (Peylerand)
Murray Kinnell (Bernajou)