06 August 2022

And THAT Is Where They Lost You?

Watching the 2011 version of The Three Musketeers and I am surprised to discover that the French had monowire.

Milady de Winter deftly avoids being shredded by this advanced technology while she steals some piece of the queen's jewelry.

Masters of science and technology the French were in the 17th Century!

Because I am absolutely certain that this film was held to documentary standards with regards to historical accuracy.


  1. The only good versions were the one starring Michael York. They stuck pretty much to the original convoluted stories. And the costuming was as close to historical correctness, along with the horse furniture.

  2. That's the one where George McDonald Fraser (Flashman) wrote the screen play


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