The Three Musketeers (1932 film)

The Three Musketeers (French: Les trois mousquetaires) is a 1932 French historical adventure film directed by Henri Diamant-Berger and starring Aimé Simon-Girard, Henri Rollan and Thomy Bourdelle.The film is an adaptation of Alexandre Dumas's The Three Musketeers, and was the first version to be as a sound film.

The Three Musketeers
Directed byHenri Diamant-Berger
Produced byFernand Méric
Written byAlexandre Dumas (novel)
Auguste Maquet (play)
Henri Diamant-Berger
StarringAimé Simon-Girard
Henri Rollan
Thomy Bourdelle
Music byJean Lenoir
CinematographyMaurice Desfassiaux
Edited byRosa Bozzano
Jack Léonard
Films Diamant
Distributed byMonopol Film
Release date
9 December 1932
Running time
246 minutes

It is a remake of Diamant-Berger's own silent film-series The Three Musketeers (1921), again with Aimé Simon-Girard and Henri Rollan as D'Artagnan and Athos.[1]



  1. Maund, & Nanson p.187


  • K. L. Maund & Phil Nanson. The Four Musketeers: The True Story of D'Artagnan, Porthos, Aramis & Athos. Tempus, 2005.

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