Episode 0006 – The Three Musketeers (1973)

En garde and defend your honor, this time we dive into the 1973 classic, The Three Musketeers!

While there have been many adaptations of the classic novel into cinema over the last century, our general consensus is that this one is the most faithful to the source material – and the most entertaining! And we welcome our first ever guest host with this episode, too. Our good gaming friend Scott has a lot to say about this movie and the franchise in general.

Also, we’re trying a new thing here with this one. General consensus in most feedback has been that people want more of what we have to say, so we decided to make it so. This is our longest episode yet, and future episodes will likely be roughly two hours in length. Please keep the feedback coming, we’d love to hear your thoughts on this format modification. Thanks!

Highlights:
  • 00:00:01 – Intro
  • 00:00:40 – Movie Talk
  • 01:00:50 – Sponsor Break
  • 01:01:49 – Game Talk
  • 01:54:09 – Outro
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Credits:

Hosts: Matthew Gray, Dusty Eppers, Nathanael Cole
Guests: Scott Hazle
Intro Music: Syd Valentine’s Patent Leather Kids – “Rock And Gravel”
Announcer: Isaac Sher
Real Life Porthos: Brian Blessed

Have Movies, Will Game is distributed under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 4.0

Movie poster image acquired from The Movie Database.

One must stand and one must fall, all for one and one for all! It’s like poetry, folks: TRANSFORMER MUSKETEERS!

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2 thoughts on “Episode 0006 – The Three Musketeers (1973)”

  1. I’m hoping to make a long detailed post on everything I forgot to mention. But, firstly and most notably, I forgot Brain Blessed did play Porthos in the 1966 BBC television series. It was 10 episodes, with Jeremy Brett as D’Artagnan. The whole thing is available on YouTube I believe.
    If the picture doesn’t post, here’s a link to a still of him: Porthos Pic

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