Movie created in 1933. Silent film!
Movie created in 1939.
Movie created in 1948. Starring Gene Kelly and Angela Lansbury.
BBC-miniseries created in 1966.
Movie created in 1973. Starring Faye Dunaway, Raquel Welch, Charlton Heston. Won a Golden Globe.
Movie created in 1987. Japanese adaptation of The Three Musketeers! When anime meets 17th century France!
Movie created in 1993. Starring Charlie Sheen, Kiefer Sutherland, Chris O’Donnell.
Movie created in 2004. Starring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy in their first feature film together.
A French cartoon based on the idea that a fifth Musketeer named Albert is actually performing all the heroic deeds.
Mickey, Donald, and Goofy watch the Musketeers learning the "Musketeer Creed."
Princess Minnie and Mickey Mouse falling in love.
Trailer for the video game released in 2006. Can anyone explain to us why Porthos is the central avatar?
Anne of Austria as painted by Peter Paul Rubens. This is approximately what she would have looked like during the time of The Three Musketeers.
As painted by Peter Paul Rubens.
Painted by the royal painter Philippe de Champaigne.
A stylized depiction by Henri Motte.
The author of the novel.
A free online copy of the book from Google Books.
A collection of famous quotes by Dumas.
A Random House profile of the author, along with a list of his translated works.
The official site of the Société des Amis d’Alexandre Dumas. It’s primarily in French, but they do have an English translation.
Check out the chocolate inspired by the novel’s characters. Creators of the original candy bar used vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry in their filling, hence the name.
A great overview of the Disney movie.