Three Musketeers, The (2011)

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The Three Musketeers
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Theatrical Poster
Country Flag of the United States.jpg United States
Directed by Paul W.S. Anderson
Release Date 2011
Language English
Studio Impact Pictures
NEF Productions
New Legacy Film
Distributor Summit Entertainment
Main Cast
Character Actor
D'Artagnan Logan Lerman
Athos Matthew Macfadyen
Porthos Ray Stevenson
Aramis Luke Evans
Milady de Winter Milla Jovovich
Captain Rochefort Mads Mikkelsen
Duke of Buckingham Orlando Bloom
Cardinal Richelieu Christoph Waltz


The Three Musketeers is the 2011 feature film adaptation of the Alexandre Dumas classic story The Three Musketeers. Filmed in 3D, this adaptation was directed by Paul W.S. Anderson and stars Ray Stevenson, Matthew Macfadyen, and Luke Evans as the title characters and the cast also includes Milla Jovovich, Logan Lerman, Christoph Waltz and Orlando Bloom.


The following weapons were used in the film The Three Musketeers:

Contents


Pistols

Wheellock Pistol

Several characters use Wheellock Pistols throughout the film, including the three musketeers: Aramis (Luke Evans), Porthos (Ray Stevenson), and Athos (Matthew MacFayden). Athos is notably seen dual-wielding the pistols in the film. Captain Rochefort (Mads Mikkelsen) also wields dual wheellock pistols in the film.

A Wheellock pistol
Aramis and Athos fire their wheellock pistols at the Venetian guards.
Captain Rochefort (Mads Mikkelsen) fires his wheellock pistol at D'Artagnan near the beginning of the film.
Milady de Winter (Milla Jovovich) holds a wheellock pistol.
A wheellock pistol is visible in in Athos' gun bag (number 2.).
Duke of Buckingham takes cover as he gets bombarded by cannon fire.
Athos (Matthew Macfadyen) holds his wheellock pistol on de Winter.
Captain Rochefort holds his dual wheellock pistols on D'Artagnan.

Wheellock Pocket Pistol

The Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) briefly handles a Wheellock Pocket Pistol in the Tower of London.

A Wheellock pocket pistol
The Duke of Buckingham holds his wheellock pocket pistol.

Flintlock Pocket Pistol

Milady de Winter (Milla Jovovich) uses a short-barreled Flintlock Pocket Pistol in the beginning of the film. Later on, she wields another one, this time with a slightly longer barrel. A Flinlock pocket pistol is also visible in among Athos' gun bag when the musketeers are planning on getting back at the Duke of Buckingham. A CGI pocket flintlock pistol is also visible during the begining credits.

Pocket-sized Flintlock Pistol.
The CGI flintlock pocket pistol visible during the credits in the beginning of the film. The is obviously based on the one de Winter uses during the second half of the film.
Milady de Winter pulls his pistol on Athos.
A Flintlock pocket pictol in Athos' gun bag (number 1.).
Milady de Winter pulls his pocket pistol on Athos (yet again).

Flintlock Pistol

Porthos (Ray Stevenson) examines a Flintlock Pistol at a safe house after after the beginning heist.

Sparrow Flintlock
Porthos examines the Flintlock pistol on the far right.

Shotguns

Blunderbuss

Porthos (Ray Stevenson) uses a Blunderbuss during the heist in Italy in the beginning of the film.

Blunderbuss shotgun
Porthos holds his Blunderbuss.

Muskets

Matchlock Musket

French soldiers use Matchlock Muskets in the film.

A Matchlock Musket
A French soldier fires his Matchlock musket. Note that he is aiming a little too high.
Several French soldiers hold their Matchlock muskets.
Several Matchlock muskets are visible on the gun rack on the left of Captain Rochefort.

Jezail Musket

Several Jezail muskets can be seen in the Duke of Buckingham's (Orlando Bloom) living quarters in the Tower of London.

Jezail musket
Four Jezail muskets are visible behind de Winter; two on the left and two on the right.

Wheellock Musket

Wheellock Musket can be seen among the Duke of Buckingham's Wall of Guns.

Wheellock Arquebus (17th Century)
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Other

Duke of Buckingham's Wall of Guns

The Duke of Buckingham (Orlando Bloom) keeps a wall filled with several different guns in the Tower of London.

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Custom Umbrella Harpoon Guns

Athos uses two self-loading, two-shot umbrella guns during the beginning of the film. The weapons are completely fictional, and made up for the film, but might have been inspired by wheellock rifle designs.

Athos' guns open up like umbrellas, and he fires them. Both of the guns are able to fire two projectiles without Athos having to load them.
Aramis tries to use the two custom umbrella guns after he and the two other musketeers are poisoned near the beginning of the film.

Grappling Gun

The three musketeers also have a custom grappler gun in their collection. Again, this gun is a prop, and was made up for the movie.

The Duke of Buckingham holds the musketeers' grappling gun.
Here we can see the box on the side of the gun that resembles a magazine, or a stripper clip.

Crossbow

Dozens of CGI crossbows are seen inside the walls during the beginning heist in Venice, Italy. They are rigged to fire spiked balls.

The CGI crossbows inside the walls.

Airship weapons

Flamethrower

The airship that the three musketeers steal from the Duke of Buckingham has several different offensive weapons, a customized (fictional) flamethrower among them. Athos most notably operates the hand cranked custom flamethrower during the attack on the Tower of London.

Athos fires the flamethrower.
Planchet (James Corden) operates the flamethrower.

Rotating Cannon Table

One of the offensive weapons on the airship is a rotating cannon table, similar to real-life Nartov Mortar System, with dozens of small cannons fitted onto it, allowing a person to fire them in rapid succession. Although the table looks cool, it would most certainly not work in real life, much as real Nartov system examples.

Nartov Mortar System
Aramis fires the cannons in rapid succession during the attack on the Tower of London.
Aramis operates the cannon system.

See Also

Alexandre Dumas' The Three Musketeers
The Three Musketeers (1973)  •  The Four Musketeers (1974)  •  d'Artagnan and Three Musketeers (1979)  •  Musketeers Twenty Years After (1992)  •  The Secret of Queen Anne or Musketeers Thirty Years After (1993)  •  The Three Musketeers (1993)  •  The Man in the Iron Mask (1998)  •  The Musketeer (2001)  •  The Lady Musketeer (2004)  •  The Three Musketeers (2011)




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