Zorro e i tre moschiettieri

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Zorro e i tre moschiettieri (Italy 1963 / Director: Luigi Capuano)

  • Runtime: 99 min
  • Release Date: 14.2.1963

Also known as

Mask of the Musketeers (U.S.A.) | Zorro and the Three Musketeers (U.K.) | Zorro et les trois mousquetaires (France) | Zorro und die drei Musketiere (Germany) | Das Phantom und die drei Musketiere West (Germany) | Zorro ja kolme muskettisoturia (Finland) | Zorro och de tre musketörerna (Sweden)

Cast and crew

  • Cast: Gordon Scott (Zorro), Giuseppina Greci [as José Greci] (Isabella), Giacomo Rossi Stuart (Aramis), Livio Lorenzon (Porthos), Franco Fantasia (Count of Seville), Nazzareno Zamperla [as Tony Zamperla] (D'Artagnan), Nerio Bernardi (Cardinal Richelieu), Ignazio Leone (Sancho), Mario Pisu (Count of Teruel), Giuseppe Addobbati (French officer), Ignazio Balsamo (2nd innkeeper), Luciano Bonanni (foolish servant), Pasquale De Filippo (1st innkeeper), Jan De Vecchi, Andrea Fantasia (Ramón), Charles Fawcett [as Charles Fawcet] (friar), Giulio Maculani (mustached servant), Vincenzo Maggio [as Enzo Maggio] (servant), Renato Malavasi, Amina Pirani Maggi (old lady at the Ball), Ugo Sasso (Captain), Bruno Scipioni (guard at the inn), Benito Stefanelli (Head guard at the inn), Nando Tamberlani (Duke of Asturias), Gianni Rizzo (King of Spain), Maria Grazia Spina (Manuela), Roberto Risso (Athos)
  • Also with: Bruno Arié (guard at the inn), Attilio Severini (guard at inn), Arrigo Peri (Pablo), Amerigo Castrighella (citizen), Salvatore Campochiaro (execution observer), Giulio Marchetti
  • Screenplay: Italo De Tuddo, Roberto Gianviti
  • Cinematography: Carlo Bellero [Eastmancolor - Totalscope 2,35:1]
  • Music: Carlo Savina


Zorro, a Count in disguise, makes friends with the three musketeers, actually four, and they expose a traitor who intends to reveal the new fortress plans to the French.


The film is not a Spaghetti Western in any sense of the description. It's set in France during the period of Dumas' Musketeers, and features a Spanish nobleman who dons the mask of Zorro to rescue a kidnapped princess. It's a terrific film, though, with a warm sense of humour and plenty of swashbuckling.

External Links

Internet Movie Database

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