The Three Musketeers

DVD Release: June 2, 2009
The Three Musketeers


Evil Cardinal Richelieu has been plotting with power-hungry scoundrels to depose the good king and create a horrible war in Europe. The romantic intrigues of four chivalrous heroes and their valiant sword-splitting battles come to life in this fun adventure.

Dove Review

Valiant sword-splitting battles lead the way in this timeless tale of brotherhood and chivalry. D’Artagnan, a young man who dreams of being one of France’s brave Musketeers, soon has his chance to take a stand on behalf of his beloved country.

He meets up with Porthos, Aramis, and Athos, a trio of the king’s bravest and finest Musketeers. They pledge loyalty and, if needed, their very lives to protect the throne of France from evil. While traveling the countryside they encounter the schemes of power-hungry villains who plot to overthrow the monarchy and wreak havoc upon Europe.

Honor saved and evil defeated is a strong and prevalent theme throughout this film. Commitment to a cause, bravery and courage are several of the fine values that are featured. Parents are advised to be aware that our brave heroes are often found stopping at a local pub, the community gathering place in each town they enter. Wine consumption is prevalent, gunshots are fired and sword fights are encountered at most every juncture of their journey. An evil spell is cast, and a poison drink is given by the shrewd villains as they seek to pursue a dastardly plan to overthrow France. Unfortunately due to some objectionable content we cannot award a Dove Seal to this movie.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: Good lord-1; be damned-1; cut your throat-1; I swear-1; stupid-1.
Violence: Animated violence; sword fights; punches with fist; gun shots; no blood.
Drugs: Wine drinking; bar scene without drunkenness.
Nudity: Nude statue.
Other: Kidnapping of female character; poison potion; spell cast; witchcraft referenced.


Company: Cinedigm
Genre: Animated
Runtime: 52 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Nancy Bowens