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), José Greci, Maria Grazia Spina, Nerio Bernardi, Franco Fantasia (Count of Sevilla), Livio Lorenzon (Porthos), Amina Pirani Maggi, Mario Pisu, Roberto Risso, Gianni Rizzo, Giacomo Rossi-Stuart (Athos), Nazzareno Zamperla (D'Artagnan)
- 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, 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.